Scope Mount, Omni V, Cantilever, AR Platform, 1"


Scope Mount, Omni V, Cantilever, AR Platform, 1
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Item Number: TR-OSMV-1
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Detailed Description

 

The Wilson Combat OMNI series AR cantilever scope mounts were designed specifically for self-defense firearms and the advanced AR practical and target shooter in mind.

100% American manufactured, the OMNI series has all the features rifle shooters have requested in a rock-solid mounting solution.  The OMNI mounts are machined from 6061 aluminum billet and feature three integral recoil lugs along with three hardened steel mounting cross bolts to tackle the recoil of the largest AR compatible cartridges using heavier optics used by long-range shooters.

The OMNI series has a generous cantilever design that provides optimal eye relief for easy installation and more comfortable shooting of traditional riflescopes.  Offered in a 1” and 30mm ring style in sleek vertical or a traditional horizontal split ring design, the OMNI is up to any AR scope mount task. The OMNI is a comfortable 1.4” height (centerline of rings over rifle rail) for any AR-type receivers and weighs in at a lightweight 4.9 ounces.

The OMNI is finished in a tough and attractive Class III, Type 2 Satin Black Anodized finish for a close cosmetic match to your chosen riflescope.

  • Slim Vertical 1” diameter rings
  • 1.4” height (centerline of rings to rail)
  • Cantilever design for proper mounting of riflescopes
  • Machined from 6061 aluminum billet
  • Three integral recoil lugs along with three hardened steel mounting cross bolts
  • Class III, Type 2 Satin Black Anodized finish
  • 100% made in the USA
  • 5.2 ounces

 

Easy Mounting Reference

Ring Cap Screws are 8-32 x 3/8" T15 Torx head screws with a recommended torque value of 20 in/lbs. Do not overtighten. Threadlocker is not recommended on ring screws.

Side Clamp Screws are 10-32 x 1/2" T25 Torx head screws with a recommended torque value of 35 in/lbs. Blue threadlocker is recommended.