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STAKEOUT WITH RMR

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What was once fringe, seems to become mainstream. We have seen it time and again. So here is a fringe idea. Since we use RMRs on our handguns almost exclusively...why not also on these? One area where we noticed room for improvement was in alignment of the weapon. Not having a "stock" per se, the uniform placement of the cheek, and thus the eye, was missing.

Easy button - add the parallax free RMR.  Bring up the weapon, look through the optic, and wherever the dot it, that is where you will hit.

Points -

1). The closer the optic is to the eye (within reason) the greater field of view you get and the easier to find the dot. The opposite is also true. Put the dot far out there and finding it becomes more difficult.

2). The mount we used was of our own design and will be released for sale shortly. We used JB Weld on this one and it has held up well. Final production will use mounting screws and a gunsmith installation suggested. The mount will sell on its own for end-user installation, as an option on Stakeouts, and as an option to be installed by our guys on your battle axe.

3). We zeroed with slugs at 15 yards (yup...we did). Just like the pistol...where the dot it, there will be the center of your pattern.

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