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LaRue EOTech Mount QD (LT-110)
LaRue EOTech Mount QD
LaRue EOTech Mount QD

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List Price: $135.00
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Product Code: LRT.312

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LaRue EOTech Mount QD

Another mount designed by request. Larue's EO mount jacks the EO up by .275". This extra height sticks the irons low in the EO window...you can still see the irons if push-comes-to-shove. These are selling like candy. The extra height is just what the EO has been needing. The design had room for a piece-of-picatinny on the back, so Larue put it there and now you can mount a PVS-14 in perfect co-witness or either of the new magnifiers that EOTech and Aimpoint are coming out with.

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4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a Review

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What it should be April 26, 2012
Reviewer: Peter Giddens from New Llano, LA United States  
Puts the EOTech reticle up away from my fixed up irons and allows a reference point from in the window to judge dot placement so i can reduce the effects of parallax for longer range shooting. Irons are quite low but still usable, a little getting used too will be required.

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perfect March 12, 2012
Reviewer: J Jackson from TX, United States  
It's LaRue, so there's not much more to say. You need one with the 512s. Allows for easier shooting from awkward shooting positions, where you might not be flexible enough to get a normal cheekweld.

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Solid, but just a tad too long December 18, 2011
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Mililani, HI United States  
Like everyone else says, Larue Tactical's quality is second-to-none.  Super solid mount that goes on very securely.  Giving it 4 stars because it's just a tad too long.  If you mount in on an Army M4 with standard issue BUIS, and mount the LT110 as far back as you can, the front claw on doesn't fully engage the rail on the upper receiver.  The little steel ball detent just misses the receiver and hovers over the spring that secures the for-rails or hand guard. This means to mount it 100% secure you'd have to move it further forward so that you're completely bridging the gap of the receiver and forward rail.  I've yet to see it holds zero at its current location.

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Larue Eotech Mount September 21, 2010
Reviewer: Patrick Turner from Fort Worth, TX United States  
I put this mount on my LMT to co-witness with the LMT irons. I love this thing. On and off in about a second and returns to zero every time. It's expensive but in my opinion worth the money. And Larue backs their stuff.

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EoTech QD Mount + PVS-14 option December 24, 2009
Reviewer: Patrick Gleason from Albuquerque, NM United States  
I used ARMS mounts for quite a while, but prefer the Larue throw levers much, much better.  This mount fits well is easy to use, and when mounting the optional PVS-14 mount (which I use), everything lines up perfectly....though I use it on an AK.

My only issue is the throw lever being mounted on the left side.  Most shooters are right handed, and carry the rifle across the chest, barrell to the left.  I have found that the throw lever has gotten caught on my BAE Eclipse body armor and pouches, and partially opened the lever.  If they make a change...put the lever on the right side....or change the profile to a smaller size.

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