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Shooting Targets – Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue…

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Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so.

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Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you…

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so. –
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so.


I was thinking we could have one that was dedicated to the SKS. I bought (layaway) a Yugo SKS Rifle Stocks today, I paid $251 (is that a good price?) total. It has the flip up grenade sight, and long muzzle device. Stock was dark (possibly dirty?), all numbers matched (don’t know if that’s a…

I was thinking we could have one that was dedicated to the SKS. I bought (layaway) a Yugo SKS Rifle Stocks today, I paid $251 (is that a good price?) total. It has the flip up grenade sight, and long muzzle device. Stock was dark (possibly dirty?), all numbers matched (don’t know if that’s a big deal?) and the pad on the butt plate was intact. I don’t know much about the SKS, but I’m betting someone here does. I’ll post up some pics of it next week.

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SKS are good simple reliable rifles, hard to beat.
Order up some spam cans of ammo on stripper clips.
The stippers are resuable, and make loading fast.

Price, not bad these days, when SKS’s first started to get imported many years ago they where around $75 – $100 wholesell. Ammo was about that same price for 1100 on stippers and 1500 loose.
Should have put away a case of the russian ones. I like the looks of the older Russian ones, they are listed as C & R’s nowadays.

Its been reported, but I’m not sure if 100% fact, that China imported more SKS’s in a 3-5 year span then the entire production of Win. Model 94′s.
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Posted: 10/15/2011 11:57:47 PM EST
Did someone say SKS

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Posted: 10/16/2011 3:30:11 AM EST

Originally Posted By USMCRONIN:
SKS are good simple reliable rifles, hard to beat.
Order up some spam cans of ammo on stripper clips.
The stippers are resuable, and make loading fast.

Price, not bad these days, when SKS’s first started to get imported many years ago they where around $75 – $100 wholesell. Ammo was about that same price for 1100 on stippers and 1500 loose.
Should have put away a case of the russian ones. I like the looks of the older Russian ones, they are listed as C & R’s nowadays.

Its been reported, but I’m not sure if 100% fact, that China imported more SKS’s in a 3-5 year span then the entire production of Win. Model 94′s.

im not saying your wrong (seriously i’m not)
but i definitly re buying 2 crates of sks’s in 94 (pretty sure it was 94) for a grand total of about 45 dollars a rifle
couldn’t tell you what kind they were, i was all of about 16 and my “cousin” was 18, and at the time it seemed like an awesome idea.

as teenagers coming out of the cold war era we had a serious survivor mentality for some reason, so the crates and ammo we picked up with em went into a “cache” for a lack of a better word. where we “lived” at the time, that kind of stuff didn’t really raise any eyebrows. They guy we bought em from was a serious, old school, country, kitchen table ffl, who had crates and crates of stuff in his garage.

which reminds me, i should prolly go retrieve them from their current location before that property gets sold.

hadn’t even thought about those rifles in years.

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Posted: 10/16/2011 9:01:03 AM EST
Originally Posted By GlockLuvinRedleg:

Originally Posted By USMCRONIN:
SKS are good simple reliable rifles, hard to beat.
Order up some spam cans of ammo on stripper clips.
The stippers are resuable, and make loading fast.

Price, not bad these days, when SKS’s first started to get imported many years ago they where around $75 – $100 wholesell. Ammo was about that same price for 1100 on stippers and 1500 loose.
Should have put away a case of the russian ones. I like the looks of the older Russian ones, they are listed as C & R’s nowadays.

Its been reported, but I’m not sure if 100% fact, that China imported more SKS’s in a 3-5 year span then the entire production of Win. Model 94′s.

im not saying your wrong (seriously i’m not)
but i definitly re buying 2 crates of sks’s in 94 (pretty sure it was 94) for a grand total of about 45 dollars a rifle
couldn’t tell you what kind they were, i was all of about 16 and my “cousin” was 18, and at the time it seemed like an awesome idea.

as teenagers coming out of the cold war era we had a serious survivor mentality for some reason, so the crates and ammo we picked up with em went into a “cache” for a lack of a better word. where we “lived” at the time, that kind of stuff didn’t really raise any eyebrows. They guy we bought em from was a serious, old school, country, kitchen table ffl, who had crates and crates of stuff in his garage.

which reminds me, i should prolly go retrieve them from their current location before that property gets sold.

hadn’t even thought about those rifles in years.

In ’94, they were probably Chinese.

That’s about the time they were as common as most anything else in the local stores.

I should have bought more and I should have held on the the ones I bought. Have one Yugo now.
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Oh yes, the Norinco SKS. I have both the rifle and carbine version. Great shooters and neither have ever failed to go bang. Back in the early 90′s you could get a rifle and 1,000 rounds for under $150 IIRC. Now I see them selling for $300+.
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Posted: 10/17/2011 12:17:25 AM EST
i dont even know what version they are,

all we knew was they were 40$ a rifle in crates of 10 with all kinds of cool shit, and the ammo was cheap as hell. Since we “put them down” we havent even touched the spot where they are, out of sight out of mind and all,

i think we pretty much verified that they were all real rifles, and then we set em up for loooooong term storage.

that old guy was cool as hell, he always had all kinds of crap, i think he went to alot of auctions at the ng base nearby.

we ended up with all kinds of cool stuff everytime we swung by

i’ll be the first to admit that my childhood was kind of different than most other folks, had alot of slightly unhinged vets as role models, who thought that kids should know everything they had to teach about what they learned in the service.

and the local neighbors (ie on the bounds of our acerage) were pretty much all serious survivalists, learned alooooot

and alot of what i learned has paid huge dividends in my military carrer

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Originally Posted By bobweaver:
threads and yes, it sounds like you did good

For some reason I didn’t even think to look in the AK threads!


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9/15/2011 12:37:15 PM I understand that injection molding is expensive but when you see a VFG from Tango Down costing nearly 70$ it kinda makes you go Cost is cost though and if people are willing to buy that product at that price, so be it. LuckyDucky

9/15/2011 12:37:15 PM I understand that injection molding is expensive but when you see a VFG from Tango Down costing nearly 70$ it kinda makes you go Cost is cost though and if people are willing to buy that product at that price, so be it. LuckyDucky

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M14 Scope Mounts – M14 Scope Mounts M14 Scope Mounts – It is lighter and more versatile than the original SAGE stock and can readily be adapted to most version of the M14 Scope Mounts/ M1A Scope Mounts rifle barring those with rear lugged receivers. The bipod is TangoDown, not as adjustable as the Army …Read the Rest

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12/29/2010 10:43:44 AM It might be a bit complicated to give a short answer to a question like this. I would assume that the discount structure for dealers depends on the volume of business they do with the manufacturer or distributor/supplier. I’ve wondered about getting my FFL in order to get discounts. I’m interested in the answers you might get to your question. Madcap72

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11/3/2010 8:29:06 PM EDT
Oh hell ,why not ? Any way I have a Larue Tactical LT- 129 Cantilever mount that I bought with my Aimpoint ML3,and I have to say the mount is rock solid and I switch out that mount with another mount that I have a 1×4 scope mounted in.When I put the Larue Tactical LT-129 back on my rifle so I have my red dot It goes back to zero perfectly every time that I cant notice any difference in my point of aim.

Not that’s it a mount exactly,but my VFG which is a Larue Tactical also is solid as a rock and the quick detach mount makes it a pleasure to use.

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Excellent! I have been saying all this stuff for years and years. Despite all this, we still can enjoy our M14 Scope Mountss and M14 Scope Mounts-EBRs because we are range ninja’s. No need to make stuff up about how awesome the platform is like some people do here
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This is my rifle.

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The M4 EBR stock is based on the Navy SEAL EBR stock.

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you […]

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so. –
M14 Scope Mounts

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you […]

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M14 Scope Mounts – PM As a Mesa Tactical dealer I bragg on them a lot. I feature their stuff on my custom builds and on occassion a cleint will contact me with an issue. Always little stuff. I have simply have them call Dan at Mesa Tactical and he resloves the issue right then […]

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“This is not a done deal today,” said
“This is not a done deal today,” said Council member Claudia Walters, who represents the district where the development would be built. “This is a kicking off of the public process.” Councilman Tom Rawles voted against the motion for a reason he did not want to discuss publicly. Rawles said he was concerned with an […]

“This is not a done deal today,” said Council member Claudia Walters, who represents the district where the development would be built. “This is a kicking off of the public process.”

Councilman Tom Rawles voted against the motion for a reason he did not want to discuss publicly.

Rawles said he was concerned with an item on the incentive list. Mayor Keno Hawker abstained because his back yard abuts the mall site.

A pedestrian-oriented theater district on 30 acres would be the first phase of construction, which could begin in about 18 months.

That includes a 57,000 square-foot Cinemark theater, the second the national chain would locate in Arizona, and 103,000 square feet of retail space.

“This is going to be a place where you want to be,” said head architect Robert Saemisch of Saemisch DiBella Architects Inc., which will design the theater.

Future phases include the Bass Pro store on 25 acres, a 110-acre retail district where the Super Wal-Mart would locate, a 30-acre auto mall and a 45-acrecommerce park.

Bass Pro Shops, an outdoor sporting-goods giant that sells everything from rods and rifles to hunters’ underarm deodorant and camouflage infant booties, attracts millions of tourists annually.

The Missouri-based chain is opening its first Western store in Las Vegas on Nov. 11. Saemisch estimated that the 180,000- to 200,000-square-foot store in Mesa Tactical could attract 2 million tourists a year.

The developers’ proposal will be considered at several City Council sessions and planning and zoning meetings.

The city also plans to hold several public meetings on the development.

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8/20/2004 12:19:37 PM

But Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman didn’t see it as a battle, instead hoping both developments could “complement each other” and become a regional retail force.

Who is Hugh Hallman? I though Tempe’s mayor was that Peter Puffing Homo, Neil Guliano!

(Hugh must be his Homeland Security Advisor.)
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8/20/2004 12:42:25 PM
I think Guiliano finally retired to go chug cock elsewhere than the upsidedown pyramid…
TimW
8/20/2004 6:22:17 PM
Guilani retired
Hallman got elected.

The use of taxpayer money to “lure” businesses is repugnant, no matter what business it is.

Will Glendale give a Blimpie’s owner a multi-million (hell—multithousand) dollar tax break like that? I mean…sales taxes in Glendale and jobs, too…?

Answer is no. No city will.

It’s bullshit and taxpayers should be outraged.

TimW
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innocent_bystander
8/20/2004 6:38:05 PM
Tim,

I’m sure the city is thinking about their new tax source is trying to bring in buisiness. Maybe a $40 million dollar investment isn’t a bad thing if the city stands to make $10 million a year in income.
TimW
8/20/2004 7:14:59 PM
Originally Posted By innocent_bystander:
Tim,

I’m sure the city is thinking about their new tax source is trying to bring in buisiness. Maybe a $40 million dollar investment isn’t a bad thing if the city stands to make $10 million a year in income.

Why don’t they try creating a business environment where they don’t have to give taxpayer-funded bribes/kickbakcs/payoffs (which is all this is) in order to attract businesses.

I can’t imagine that residents wouldn’t like their portion of the $40 million instead of it going to a government-funded giveaway.

Tim
tfod
8/20/2004 8:42:42 PM
Better than spending money on a stadium.
TimW
8/21/2004 12:10:42 AM
Originally Posted By tfod:
Better than spending money on a stadium.

Tell me about it. I spent enough of my own money trying to get it stopped.

TimW
(Glendale) AZ
The_Macallan
8/21/2004 12:50:50 AM

I’m with TimW on this one. I’m repulsed by the basic principle of using taxation as a means to coerce or bribe individuals to do or not do something.

SPECTRE
8/21/2004 11:36:46 PM
Originally Posted By The_Macallan:
I’m with TimW on this one. I’m repulsed by the basic principle of using taxation as a means to coerce or bribe individuals to do or not do something.

AMEN !!


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The business should move in because its a
The business should move in because its a great market and a great city, not because the local politicians pay them off. Ruiner 8/23/2004 10:28:02 AM I get teh feeling that some folks are for this because they are blinded by the fact that its Bass Pro Shop. If it were a Davids Bridal Megastore […]

The business should move in because its a great market and a great city, not because the local politicians pay them off.
Ruiner
8/23/2004 10:28:02 AM
I get teh feeling that some folks are for this because they are blinded by the fact that its Bass Pro Shop. If it were a Davids Bridal Megastore i think they would be singing a diferent tune.
Like new Remington 870 12ga shotgun. Unfired… for now. Lots of mods. Built for combat/duty use.

– Remington 870 Tactical Receiver
– 18″ barrel threaded for chokes
– Cylinder choke and breacher choke included
Mesa Tactical 6rd Side Saddle ($69.99)
– Vang Comp Ghost Ring Rear Sight w/ Picatinny Rail ($189.99)
– Vang Comp Front Big Dot night sight ($69.99)
Mesa Tactical Urbino Stock ($89.99)
Mesa Tactical Big Dome safety ($11.99)
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Magpul logo is just a sticker decal I threw on there. Can be taken off with ease.

Had to buy a new car for the wife as she crashed her previous… Will take a partial trade + at least $500 cash. Only way it would be less than 500 is if it were an Aresenal SGL20 or SGL21.
Will also sell for $1000 shipped.

Trades:

Stock AK47/74
Glock 19
Stock Rem 870 or Mossberg 590
223/556 or 9mm ammo

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Updated trades. Shot 40rds over the weekend, a lot of fun but I want an AR.
kcurrie911
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Had to buy a new car for the wife as she crashed her previous… Will take a partial trade + at least $500 cash. Only way it would be less than 500 is if it were an Aresenal SGL20 or SGL21.
Will also sell for $1000 shipped.


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Wobblin-Goblin [Team Member] 5/13/2006 12:49:39 AM Originally Posted By Different: The Connecticut State Rifle and Pistol Assocation has at least one M14 Scope Mounts NM rifle. It’s a TRW. I know where it is and I saw it in the last two weeks. I could be wrong, but I swear I saw two actual M-14 […]

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5/13/2006 12:49:39 AM
Originally Posted By Different:
The Connecticut State Rifle and Pistol Assocation has at least one M14 Scope Mounts NM rifle. It’s a TRW. I know where it is and I saw it in the last two weeks.

I could be wrong, but I swear I saw two actual M-14 Scope Mountss that were used by CT State Rifle team members.
I need help guys. does anybody have experience replacing their M14 Scope Mounts/M1A Scope Mounts1 Barrel.

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Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you […]

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so. –
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so.

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You need good manuals for the M14 Scope Mounts also ‘There is so much involved in rebarreling the M14 Scope Mounts unless you know someone that has done and can do it correctly. Send it out to have it done and be safe! AyitRam [Member] 6/17/2011 4:09:02 PMWhat are the Pros and Cons on the M14 Scope Mounts EBR?

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Here is a new sniper weapon platform system that I had Mesa Tactical come up with which they used their considerable experience in stock and rail developments to refine this into a robust, functional, practical and economical sniper weapon system. X-Caliber will be debuted at the Shot Show this year so feel free if you […]


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The big thing with the VLTOR is a

The big thing with the VLTOR is a more conventional M14 Scope Mounts type stock mated to a collapsing buttstock with a seperate pistol grip.

VLTOR makes a lighter mouse trap, plus they are local. M14 Scope Mountsxx1 [Member]
9/22/2009 6:52:58 PM
Vltor all the way. Both me and two of my buddies prefer them. I had a friend that liked the EBR, after he used my Vltor a bit he switched it out for one. Its a drop in, one or both of the others isnt. Its light, has compartments if you care about that, and adjustable height for use with optics.
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9/22/2009 10:53:56 PM
I have had the VLTOR on my rifle (SOCOMII)for over two and a half years now. –
Triple Mag Panel, x2 5.56/.223 Single Mag Pouch, HSGI Blowout Pouch, and a HSGI Mini Modular Radio pouch. Am I going to run into problems fitting all of that onto a plate carrier? You tell me. This is one of the plate carriers with the most MOLLE real-estate: LRB_M1A 5/30/2009 2:12:27 AM Damn…. Doesn’t look like a lot of room… Well maybe I should just hit the gym more so that I can fit into a Mesa Tactical. Custom-X_Sponjah 5/30/2009 11:15:14 PM Originally Posted By TimW: Originally Posted By LRB_M1A: Currently for my gear set up I have x2 TT 5.56 Triple Mag Panel, x2 5.56/.223 Single Mag Pouch, HSGI Blowout Pouch, and a HSGI Mini Modular Radio pouch. Am I going to run into problems fitting all of that onto a plate carrier? You tell me. This is one of the plate carriers with the most MOLLE real-estate: http://www.practicaltactical.net/catalog/EPCWCAll.jpg I know a guy that put 20+ M4 mags on his EPC…

11/30/2010 6:41:30 PM Well…..I don’t own one, but

11/30/2010 6:41:30 PM
Well…..I don’t own one, but it looks like that they are taking a platform that is obsolete and trying to figure out how to make it work today. It may get the job done, but there are much better options available that will do the job better and likely for less money. For example, the FN SCAR or the AR10.

BTW…I love the M14 Scope Mounts in a classic sense.
Airborne2000 [Member]
11/30/2010 6:49:01 PM
nevermind.
ArmyInfantryVet [Team Member]
11/30/2010 6:50:32 PM
For weight and accuracy, SPR/M110 >

Q: How can I make my M14 Scope

Q: How can I make my M14 Scope Mounts look more tactical/evil/badass?
A: Install a SAGE stock. And/or get the Crazy Horse rifle modification from Smith Enterprise.

Q: What is a Crazy Horse M14 Scope Mounts?
A: The Crazy Horse M14 Scope Mounts Semi Automatic Sniping System is a Smith Enterprise customized and tuned rifle for the 2nd Infantry Division. Improvements include: Summers/Smith Vortec Direct Connect flash suppressor, unitization of gas system, gas lock front sight, and SEI Three-point scope mount.
See: http://www.smithenterprise.com/products02.html

Q: Is it possible to mount a sound suppressor to the muzzle of an M14 Scope Mounts?


Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so.