Daniel Defense 1 O'clock Offset Rail - 03-029-13017

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Daniel Defense 1 O'clock Offset Rail - 03-029-13017


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SKU: 7105
UPC: 852548002189
MFR#: 03-029-13017
  • Material: Aircraft Grade 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Type III Hard Coat Anodized
  • Weight: 1.1 oz.

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The Daniel Defense 1 O’clock Offset Rail is optimized for mounting miniature red dot optics in the 1 O’clock (right-hand) or 11 O’clock (left-hand) positions for quick, non-magnified, transitions when employing magnified primary optics on AR-type rifles with MIL-STD-1913 rails. The geometry allows for zero cheek-weld shift during the transition. This facilitates very fast transitions from magnified to non-magnified optics, and back. The 1 O’clock Offset Rail can also be used to mount a variety of lights or other accessories that mount to a MIL-STD-1913 rail. By flipping the part upside-down, one can mount a light in a good position for use with a vertical foregrip.

All Daniel Defense Rails are built to the 1913 Military Specification and are 100% Quality Assurance checked for conformity to the specification.

SKU: 7105
SKU 7105
Brand Daniel Defense
Department AR Parts
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will this work on kel-tec sub2000?
Edwin S on Sep 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, as long as you have installed a pic rail or something for it to mount to.
I am in the process of mounting a Trijicon RMR on my rifle. This rifle already has a scope on the flat top. My question is, will this mount allow enough clearance for the red dot to the right so it won’t be obscured by the objective lens?
Mark E on Sep 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have used two of these mounts to mount a pair of flip up MBus sites on one of my AR’s fitted with a 1 X 4 x 44 scope as the primary optic. The MBus flip up sites are canted of course, but work fine for my purposes out to about 125 yards. If your Trijicon is your primary Optic, I’d recommend mounting it on the top rail and move the scope to a pair of thes mounts. You should be able to rotate the scope in its rings, so your scope reticle is not canted & all controls are accessible, Hope this is helpful.
What degree angle is this equivalent to?
Roger L on Apr 13, 2019


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Great versatility
With these rails I was able to mount multiple optics on a single platform enabling quick access to daytime and infrared vision... the setup is great
February 9, 2019
1 year ago
First class accessories for 1913 Picatinney Rail.
Works exactly as described, fitted back up folding sites at 11 O’clock (left handed) position on one of my AR’s, will absolutely buy more from the Daniel Defense folks ! !
May 17, 2018
over 2 years ago

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