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LaRue 3X Magnifier Optic Mount (LT-602)
LaRue 3X Magnifier Optic Mount
LaRue 3X Magnifier Optic Mount

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List Price: $125.00
Our Price: $125.00

Product Code: LRT.301


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LaRue 3X Magnifier Optic Mount

For those who want the Aimpoint 3X Magnifier on their weapon when they need it, then stow it in their pocket when they don't. The LT602 magnifier mount comes in two heights. The tall version lets you mount the magnifier behind the Comp-Series of Aimpoints, inline with the LT150, LT129 and LT659 Mounts. The lower version works with our EOTech mount.

Like all LaRue mounts, it is precision-machined out of bar-stock aluminum and Type-III hard-coat anodized. The locking LaRue Speed Lever provides outstanding return to zero; the optic can be removed, and replaced, without loss of zero. Guaranteed.

Comes complete with replacement screws and tool, adjustment wrench, blue Loctite and Instructions.

Installation Instructions:
For installation of the 3X mount, you will need to remove the rubber cover from the front of the 3X magnifier. Take a razor blade and cut all the way around the rubber cover right in front of the bulged center section, on the ocular end of the optic. It will slide off. Then you will able to install the ring.

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LaRue magnifier, short optic mount June 30, 2011
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from kerrville, TX United States  
Got the short LT-602 to go on my LT-110 and EOTech 552.D1. Failed to get the LaRue "PoBoy" special years ago, so I installed a Hensoldt 2x anti-tank optic with some 1" to 30mm spacers. Centered perfectly and you can barely notice the ranging reticle in the 2x optic. Works like it is supposed to. I may spring for a higher power magnifier, but I like the compactness of the 2x optic.

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