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    Posted: September 06 2017 at 11:27am
he!!o all. I'm looking for a no gunsmith scope mount for my #4 MK1.   I've done some reach on line. But I'd love to hear actual experience and recommendations for a scope mount. I looking for quality/ being able to remove my bolt with removing the scope/ low as possible. In that order. Lol. Thanks everyone for any advice
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I recently bought one for my Envoy. I got it off E-bay and the seller was Accumounts it is steel (not aluminium) and very good quality.
My bolt does remove with it, and the scope, fitted. The cost in US is $80 with postage of $10.
It is easy to fit and rigid when fitted. You do have to remove the rear sight.
I can recommend it.
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Another, very similar system is the N/D, N/T  "Insta Mount", made by S&K industries. It attaches by the holes for the cross pin from the original rear-sight & with a tapered wedge that clamps up under the charger bridge, similar to thew Accumount.

http://www.scopemounts.com/index.html?main.html



If so I agree completely. I have one on my No5 sporter, fitted with the S&K (the company making them)'s own proprietary mount rings & fittings, as they sit lower than the Weaver rail & rings. Its as low as its possible to get while still being able to work the bolt. Any lower & you bash your thumb knuckle every time!Pinch



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