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ruger_shooter
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Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby ruger_shooter » 08 Sep 2017, 22:08

Looking for something like the Nightforce adjustable mount, needs to be 30 mm ring.

morrisman
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby morrisman » 13 Sep 2017, 11:54

Bought a couple of these, they are so much better than the ebray poo that I had before.

http://www.microglobe.co.uk/laserluchs- ... -9358.html

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Clunge
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby Clunge » 13 Sep 2017, 22:54

That looks wonderful. Unfortunately, it also looks like it is 25mm.

oaken8
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby oaken8 » 14 Sep 2017, 00:11

Could try these
http://m.uttings.co.uk/p125016-burris-1 ... er-mounts/
2 for the price of one of the above, they come in 30mm too. I use them with the offset inserts on my long range rifle to gain 12mins of elevation. They swivel like the sako scope mounts.
Skany at ludicrous lumens sells a similar but extended QD 3D printed torch mount for a fraction of cost. I have one, it's brilliant. It enables my T67 to easily clear a 50mm scope.
https://www.ludicrous-lumens.co.uk/coll ... ball-mount


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morrisman
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby morrisman » 14 Sep 2017, 11:31

Clunge wrote:That looks wonderful. Unfortunately, it also looks like it is 25mm.


Sorry, they are 25mm. Seems I'm a bit of a twit. :oops:

ruger_shooter
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby ruger_shooter » 14 Sep 2017, 14:37

oaken8 wrote:Could try these
http://m.uttings.co.uk/p125016-burris-1 ... er-mounts/
2 for the price of one of the above, they come in 30mm too. I use them with the offset inserts on my long range rifle to gain 12mins of elevation. They swivel like the sako scope mounts.
Skany at ludicrous lumens sells a similar but extended QD 3D printed torch mount for a fraction of cost. I have one, it's brilliant. It enables my T67 to easily clear a 50mm scope.
https://www.ludicrous-lumens.co.uk/coll ... ball-mount


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That fig 8 device looks the job. Any idea if it will fit a 30 mm scope and torch body?

oaken8
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby oaken8 » 14 Sep 2017, 14:52

The scope fitting has a removable spacer making it either 25 or 30. The swivelling torch end on mine fits a t67 which is 25. Give Ludicrous a call, I am sure he would make you one if he doesn't list a 30.


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Midnight.Sun
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby Midnight.Sun » 14 Sep 2017, 19:35

Those Burris Signature rings obviously works best for what they were designed for, which is centring the scope in the best way possible and not leaving any scratch marks on them throughout the weather temperatures changes. But I don't think that they will do what the Laserluchs rings are originally designed to, which is excessively adjusting heavy torches and lasers. To my eyes -looking at both designs- I think the Laserluchs allow wider and easier torch movement, while in the Signature's case you'll have to rotate the torch while adjusting because the offset inserts are thin/thick two parts, so can't move freely as can Laserluchs inserts, unless the Luchs inserts two parts are also offset, but I don't think so. This video shows how the Luchs works, can the Signatures do the same job?

https://youtu.be/KvJJdS1KI5A

And does the three sizes of offset pos-align inserts (0.005 / 0.010 / 0.020) all come with every Burris Signature set, or have to be bought separately?

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Midnight.Sun
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby Midnight.Sun » 14 Sep 2017, 20:01

morrisman wrote:
Clunge wrote:That looks wonderful. Unfortunately, it also looks like it is 25mm.


Sorry, they are 25mm. Seems I'm a bit of a twit. :oops:


They make 30mm as well.

AnthonyR
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Re: Adjustable torch mount wanted

Postby AnthonyR » 14 Sep 2017, 20:03

The Burris rings work just fine as torch mounts, no problem with adjustment or holding zero

The main problem with them is that they attach using an allen key and hence are a PITA to get on and off, especially if you have to remove the torch every time you put the rifle in the cabinet.

The best torch mount I have used is an Optilock ring mounted on a QR base which is perfect but not cheap.


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