Co-witnessing Leupold scopes with the PVS-22, mounted on the Sage International EBR chassis system with standard hand guard
This will not be an issue as you can see in the photos provided, using our ACOG M14 mount and our low profile scope rings.
ACOG MOUNT P/N 2005, NSN 1005-01-535-4430
The material is 4140 chrome-molly wire EDM from solid billet. It is heat treated by salt bath nitrite to 60 HRC and is corrosion resistant. The cam lock is treated the same way and the cam lock bolt is 4140 heat treated to 35- 40 HRC. The torque specifications are 55-60 inch pounds. This mount is really two in one meaning you can utilize the scope rings with optics or remove the picatinny rail from the mainframe and install an ACOG scope. The rail on the mount comes back over the rear sight base. This will allow for full engagement of the ACOG picatinny rail adaptor to the picatinny rail and not be mounted only halfway on as we have seen many times before with other mounts. This will also provide proper eye relief to reduce stress on the soldiers’ neck when engaging targets or scanning their sector. If the AGOC is to be used, there is no need for an aftermarket picatinny adaptor which can eventually fail. These mounts have previously been sold to the Government under contract.
SCOPE RINGS P/N 7008, NSN 1005-01-535-4374
The material is 4140 chrome-molly wire EDM from solid billet and heat treated. The rings are in matched pairs and will align perfectly if used on the EDM scope mount. The cross bolt and nuts are 4140 chrome-molly and can be easily replaced in the field if damaged. The torque specifications are 55 inch pounds and should not exceed 65 inch pounds. The retention nuts are half inch and have a Delrin insert to keep the nut from backing off after torque. If the nut has to be removed from the cross bolt, the E Clip that keeps the nut captured to the bolt can be removed through the slot that has been cut in the nut for this purpose. The top cap screws recommended torque is 15 not to exceed 20 inch pounds. These scope rings have been previously sold to the Government under contract.