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New Pride Fowler sight/LaRue mount combo


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Thought I would post this here, as I think it would be a perfect optic set-up for mounting on a Benelli M4's rail. Or in my case a M1 S90 with the Mesa Tactical shell holder/picatinny rail mounted. I hope to have one of these sights with the low version of the mount within the next few weeks. I plan on having the Mesa Tactical rail/shell holder mounted on my M1 S90 (drilled & tapped) soon. I hope this set-up wont weight too much that it causes functioning problems though. I only shoot full power loads, so I doubt it will cause any problems. The sight/mount combos will be available directly from LaRue Tactical in about 3-4 weeks. They will be offered in (3) different heights (LOW/MED/"M4" for mounting on top of a AR15/M4 carbine) I think the LOW version will be the best option for mounting on a M1014 Benelli. They should be under $400 for the combo. As soon as I get mine all set-up, I will post some pics. Here's a pic of the low mount version mounted on a M4 carbine:


I wouldnt worry about the quality of this set-up, as LaRue wouldnt put it on the market if it wasnt a quality optic.


[ 07-25-2006, 11:45 PM: Message edited by: nickdrak ]

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I was reading all about this setup on ar15.com


Links to threads there with much more information and pictures ...






Looks to be solid as all hel l. Larue products own, as I have said on here before. I will be getting one of these once they start shipping.

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