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Thread: LPVO and TALL Scope Mount Options

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    Don't overthink this.

    Paging @GTF425 for insight on this subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlander Systems View Post
    Don't overthink this.

    Paging @GTF425 for insight on this subject.
    Nah, the last time I tried to help, someone got all cunty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTF425 View Post
    Nah, the last time I tried to help, someone got all cunty.
    I would love to hear your opinion on this. Even if it only went through PM and not on the page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crossgun View Post
    Looking for some aid in selecting a 34mm TALL optic mount for a LPVO.

    Also interested in hearing thoughts from those using them. My short time playing with them would indicate an advantage for faster target acquisition and clearing lasers. I understand that some sacrifice may be made when prone but an advantage for standing and fighting.
    OP was quite clear on what he was looking for, all the posts on lower is better, prone etc. are a waste of bandwidth. I have the LaRue and like it and a couple of ADM's on 30 mm's and like them, once you get used to the high mounts the 1.5's feel unnatural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTF425 View Post
    Nah, the last time I tried to help, someone got all cunty.
    Lets hear it. Ive been reading this thread because Im considering an ADM high mount for my P4Xi.
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    LPVO and TALL Scope Mount Options

    Im a big fan. I used a P4Xi in a standard ADM for about a year after several years on an EXPS 3. I always felt like I had to scrunch my neck a good amount to be able to find the eye box. Switching to a G 1.93 mount was a noticeable difference for the better and while I do think that it varies from person to person, IMO if youre not shooting something SPRish that is meant to be mostly shot from the prone, its definitely something that deserves consideration. Weve evolved from the days where guns with magnification were only shot off bipods after dialing, it seems logical that the optic mount would be part of that evolution, pro mask/laser or not. That being said, Ive spent a lot of my recent range trips shooting groups from a bipod and rear bag. Yes, it does make that more difficult. Every now and then, it does cause a bit of strain. However, Ill take the occasional prone neck strain over the frequent standing neck strain all day. Plus, its not too hard to figure out as long as you dont mind a mouth breather cheek weld.





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    I wouldn't necessarily swap out an existing mount for a 1.93 type, laser obstruction at 1x is an anecdotal point to buy into that height. Lots of bad guys have been successfully killed with FSB's and enormous laser boxes in front of an absolute or lower 1/3 mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contax_shooter View Post
    I wouldn't necessarily swap out an existing mount for a 1.93 type, laser obstruction at 1x is an anecdotal point to buy into that height. Lots of bad guys have been successfully killed with FSB's and enormous laser boxes in front of an absolute or lower 1/3 mount.
    Sure have. There are also lots of bad guys that have been killed with USGI triggers, M855, PVS-7s, and iron sights, none of which are ideal IMO. It all comes down to how you want to spend your money.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wake27 View Post
    Sure have. There are also lots of bad guys that have been killed with USGI triggers, M855, PVS-7s, and iron sights, none of which are ideal IMO. It all comes down to how you want to spend your money.


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    Didn't know you were the official spokesperson for tall optic mounts. How about you fire up that GPC to buy one for everyone in your unit. Don't infer that your opinion trumps all and stop arguing about subjective topics.

    I've ran 1.93" mounts for both LPVO (Vortex Razor 1-6), several KAC and Geissele Aimpoint micro mounts. It's back to the traditional 1.5" for the scope and lower 1/3 on non-magnified for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    Lets hear it. I’ve been reading this thread because I’m considering an ADM high mount for my P4Xi.
    I've been keeping an eye this thread hoping he'd come back around, too. Hell, I'd be happy to read the "cunty" thread.
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