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I have a 7.62x39 and added the side mount rail and an open reflex type sight. The top rail is obviously off-center to the left. I've sighted it in at 50 yds and it holds true at 100 yds too. I expect some sort of parallax to cause the point of impact to eventually move further and further to the left as distances grow but in the distances that I've shot, it doesn't. I also expect the opposite as distances are nearer, but that hasn't been obvious either even down to 50ft. My question: The rifling is right-hand twist which will cause a rightward horizontal drift. Does the off-center
I have a Midwest industries quick release long rail side mount up for grabs. It had been mounted on my rifle but never had an optic on it. Very solid,quick release, holds zero, well centered and super low profile. I'm asking $100 shipped(SOLD to AA re-cvrd) Kalinka bp-02 low centered side mount. Lowest kalinka optic mount, very solid, low profile, quick release. It was mounted on my rifle for a while with a trs 25 on it but now I'm looking and getting into the ultimak game. $55 shipped I am willing trade either of these for an Ultimak regular length( not yugo or draco) with everything includ
I'm wanting to read all the information I can about Saiga users mounting scopes and rings to a MI AK Railed Side Mount. I'm using an MI AK Side Mount with a scoped 42 mm Objective Lens on my 7.62x39 20 inch barrel Sporter and needing the lowest ring height mount. Best quality rings and lowest possible mount?
I recently upgraded, or at least I consider it an upgrade, from a heavy quick detach side rail mount on my converted saiga 7.62 to the Ultimak gas tube mount for my red dot. This also forced me to get rid of my old super chunky UTG quad rail which I installed years ago because it was cheaper and simple. My rifle has now taken on a sleeker, lighter look and feel, and I can cowitness my irons; but I'm left with a new question (purpose of this post)..... Is there anymore use for the rail on the side of the reciever where the side mount used to ride? I looked around online, and I havn't