A.R.M.S. #72 LII.50 Cal. MKII Lever Mount
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A.R.M.S. Inc. has continued its history of excellence with the all new #72-LII .50 Cal. MKII Lever Mount.

The A.R.M.S. Inc. #72-LII .50 Cal. MKII Lever Mount features a built in harmonic spring dampener system that significantly reduces damaging shock waves, allowing sensitive electro/optic aiming devices to better survive, high-volume firing on all caliber man portable and crew served weaponry.

The #72 Mount also includes the new MK ll Levers featuring a built in precision adjustment wheel allowing finger tip (no tool) selection to desired tension to fit variations in 1913 mil-standard dimensions. Precision tension means precision accuracy. The mounts adjustment wheel comes pre-gauged and locked to the center of the military standard dovetail specs. The hash marks to the left or right of the adjustment wheels white marked indicator line, represent .002.

There is a simple five-step process for adjusting the A.R.M.S. MKII Lever. The shooter should first open the lever to unlock it from the rail. Secondly, the shooter should unscrew the adjustment screw until it stop. The shooter can then turn the adjustment wheel clockwise to tighten the mount or counter clockwise to loosen it. Each click is a .oo2-inch adjustment.

Once the mount is in its proper place, the shooter should tighten the adjustment screw all the way to lock it in place. Lastly, the shooter should close the lever to lock it.

In addition, the #72 Mount includes a built-in triple lug recoil absorption barrier, .30 MM STANAG rings capable of withstanding high-power weapon recoil. The #72 Mount also allows for two additional inches of eye relief.

The #72 Mount is also available in an extended model for the 5.56 cal.

A.R.M.S. says that the new #72-LII .50 Cal. MKII Lever Mount has shown a tremendous reduction in harmonics and initial shock impact to an electro optical device.

The A.R.M.S. #72-LII .50 Cal. MKII Lever Mount retails for $267.05.

For more information on the #72 Mount and other products from A.R.M.S., Inc., visit ArmsMounts.com.

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