Customer feedback, 
				M14 Scope Mount Assembly, ACOG/MIL STD 1913
				
				
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				From: Joe Grandberg
				To: smithenterprise
				Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2008 7:49 PM
				Subject: Happy customer!
				
				This thing is a little bit tricky, as I'm not that mechanically inclined. 
				When I first got my M1A NM in 1998 I didn't really know how to care for it, 
				shame on me. Going to make sure my muzzle brake set screw is between the 
				castle nut lugs, tighten every thing else down and go back to the range. 
				Check out this picture of my first shoot with the new ACOG setup at 100 
				yards, windy day with some SA surplus (old, 1981 headstamp). All shots off 
				the bench inside the 4-inch group, everything else prone/elbows. At least 
				it's "minute-of-zombie". Solid product, money well spent!!
				
				Joe G. in Sacramento, Ca.
				
				

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				From: Boehmer, Ken
				To: smithent@qwestoffice.net
				Sent: Thursday, May 15, 2008 11:20 AM
				Subject: Pictures with your mount
				
				Very nice -- can't wait to site this in this weekend.
				
				
				
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				To: smithent@qwestoffice.net
				Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 4:30 PM
				Subject: Your #2005 ACOG mount with TA33-8-----Photos FYI
				
				Sir:
				The mount showed up today. I just finished doing a loose trial assembly 
				to ensure that everything would fall into place, and this is the result. 
				The TA33 3 X 30 sits right down nice and low and the cheek pad is probably 
				not necessary at all in offhand and sitting. In prone it helps somewhat.
				A lovely combination. Just thought you might want to see it.
				
				Thanks.
				
				Tom Casey
				Buffalo WY 

				
				
				

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