Savage Arm's 10 FCM Scout, their take on Col. Jeff Cooper's Scout Rifle concept: a light, short barreled, versatile rifle with forward-mounted optics and back up iron sights. Chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO aka .308 Win
CNC machined aluminum construction. #8 Torx style fasteners with steel threaded inserts. Cantilever design for proper optics mounting. Places your optic at the Ideal Height for AR and similar platforms. Up to 2 integrated mounting rails (with the option to remove one or both) for optimal sighting or light systems. 1/2" tactical nut attachment, 65 in/lb. of torque is recommended.
@holtworks The @aero_precision FDE build just got a little more Aero action with their 30mm Ultralight optic mount. Very impressive how light yet rigid this mount is. The @vortexoptics Strike Eagle 1-6x24 sits just right. . . @aero_precision FDE receiver set and 12" Gen 2 Enhanced MLok handguard @ballisticadvantage 16" Premium series 223 Wylde barrel @vg6precision Gamma 556 brake @superlativearms Bleed off adjustable gas block @aimsurplus H4 NiB BCG @trigger.tech adaptable trigger @ra...
Chris Wood, Coloured Light Wall mounted panel with optical projections that manipulate light in different ways to create transient patterns of colour light and shade that change with the angle and intensity of light. 500 x 200 mm.
Daniel Defense rifles, Magpul attire, SureFires, Aimpoint, and Trijicons. Photo by Stickman.
Standard profile rails like the Stubby adhere to the minimum height requirement of the MIL-STD-1913 specification, and should not be used for mounting optics with the High-tube AR stock adapters. Picatinny rails are available for mounting optics and accessories, such as lights and lasers.