As the title says, I was underwhelmed by this mount. Sat higher than needed I'm worried a bump would shift the entire mount itself (albeit it would have to be a very stiff impact) The mount should use the top screw elevation as a brace, it would also lower the height quite a bit.
Also, it obscured the cowitness hole at the bottom due to the mounting design. I'd rather have the screws at the side to preserve the ability to cowitness.
Upsides? It is built to the same quality as other LaRue mounts I have seen/used. just the design needs refinement
Also they are the only ones that make a mount for the TA33 without the mounting brackets