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Set up a rifle with multiple scopes that are swappable without having to re zero the scope. I have 2 scopes, one is practical for everyday use and the other is really good for really reaching out and touching somebody. I presently have a scout mount on my rifle and the scope rings mount on the scout mount. So, if I align one scope and leave the rings on the scope and then align the other scope would the two be hot swappable or would a realign be needed? Thoughts?
 

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I could be mistaken...but buying a high quality quick disconnect scope mount for a flattop rail system such as on the AR's will do such a thing.
 

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Vertiviper said:
I could be mistaken...but buying a high quality quick disconnect scope mount for a flattop rail system such as on the AR's will do such a thing.
I am unfamiliar with this. Where would one find such a sight rail? Link?
 

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There is stuff out there to accomplish this. You want a high quality, quick detach, return to zero mount. I don't know much about it personally. I think Larue is one of the big names in this.
 

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buy ARM 22 mounts , you will need to have a picatiny rail on it first.
i have the arms on mine and take the scope off and on many times and it has not lost zero yet.
 

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If it's a hunting style rifle, you can buy high quality quick release mounts to fit a Weaver style base. Call Midway USA and ask them. 1.800.243.3220.
 

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M14BULLETTS said:
buy ARM 22 mounts , you will need to have a picatiny rail on it first.
i have the arms on mine and take the scope off and on many times and it has not lost zero yet.
no reason to go arms unless you get them for free.
even then....
 

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truckie453 said:
Larue tactical stuff is great too... just pricey.
http://stores.homestead.com/Laruetactical/Detail.bok?no=35
There really is no substitute. For a long time I balked at the price while a certain (wealthier) close relative extolled Larue's virtues, but then we went to the range and shot through an M1A with a Swarovski Z6 (2.5-15X), an ACOG (4X32) and irons, with the first two on LaRue QD mounts. Shot through othe Swarovski, removed, shot through irons, swapped the ACOG on, back to irons, then back to the Swarovski, etc. Zero remained steady throughout 2 'cycles' of swapping.

Now I am slowly (as $$$ permits) swapping in LaRue mounts on everything I own...
 
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