April 5, 2017

Keep Your Nose To The Charging Handle

From one of our newer employees:

Proper firing position on AR’s requires breaking some old habits, at least for those of us taught years ago by our Uncle Bob, and not by our Uncle Sam. It’s hard to force yourself to push your nose that far down, and to keep squared up.  At least proper scope mounting position is easy: my Burris MTAC  is mounted high, and far enough forward that I can still get proper eye-relief.  The AR-PEPR mount is the trick – specifically designed for this, it pushes the scope 2 inches further out, beyond the rail, and lifts it high enough.
P.E.P.R. stands for “Proper Eye Position Ready”, but it’s a lot more fun to just say “pepper.” There are Quick Detach models, and standard bolt-in.  It’s available in your choice of 1”, 30mm or 34 mm. And the rings give you the option of smooth top, or Picatinny rail top, if you want to keep adding hardware.  There are enough options for everyone and every rifle.

Details on our PEPR mount


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