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GG&G Scope Mount For Picatinny Rail Fits AR-15 & M16, Black - GGG-1002
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GG&G Scope Mount For Picatinny Rail Fits AR-15 & M16, Black - GGG-1002

Regular Price $93.79 Special Price $66.99
SKU 801634
Model Number GGG-1002
Brand GG&G Inc.
UPC 813157000027
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Product Details


Manufacturer: GG&G, Inc.
Color: Black
Fit: AR-15/M16
Description: Picatinny Rail


These two GG&G optical mounting rails were designed to mount easily over the integral rails of the AR-15/M16 flat top receiver and work in conjunction with any of GG&G's back up iron sights. The rails mounting brackets raise the line of sight by 1/2 inches to offer a proper cheek weld when optical devices are attached. In addition they serve to protect the flat top receiver's integral rails from the damaging wear associated with lever type quick-release mounts, especially those without buffer pads. The Standard Rail is employed mainly as a riser for conventional optical sights. When mounted with a GG&G back up iron sight it is flush with the end of the receiver.


  • Raises line of sight 0.5 inches
  • Mount is 5 inches long
  • Made from solid billet 6061 T6 aluminum alloy
  • Type III hard coat anodized matte black finish


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