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97 of 117 people found the following review helpful
on October 23, 2011
This is a really nice mount, came just as pictured ( for the first purchase ) - grooved with a thumb screw. Hold my Ultrafire 1000LM - YES 1000LM LED not 100LM - light perfectly, satin finish does not reflect a lot of glare. 5 stars for a great mount.

I liked this mount so I decided to order a couple more and got a surprise. The two additional mounts I purchased are NOT LIKE THE ONE SHOWN. I bought two more and the newer purchased ones are way inferior to the first mount I bought. There is no detailed lines around the holes ( as shown ) , the checkered finger grip nut (as shown ) has been replaced with a smooth finish hex nut, and the mount is SHINY? just what you need in a tactical situation shiny product on an assault rifle to reflect light and give away your position. The first mount I ordered was perfect the two newer ones are really cheap china shiny junk. Yes paint will fix the shiny problem but when I ordered something and LIKED IT, then order two more of the SAME THING - I SHOULD GET THE SAME ITEMS AGAIN NOT AN INFERIOR PRODUCT TO WHAT I PURCHASED THE FIRST TIME.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on February 14, 2010
Got this to put on my AR-15, I mounted it on my left rail and it works great with a vertical grip. The offset works great and my thumb has no problems reaching the light. The finish matched my colt rail perfectly. I used the Surefire E2D Led Flashlight (The same as the scout). The only thing I had to do was use the rubber from a bike tube to make my light not move because it is just under 1". This mount is defiantly worth it and about 50 bucks cheaper than other metal light mounts.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on February 4, 2011
Came with a VERY LARGE rail mount screw, the ones you find on rail mount risers for scope, not what is shown in picture. Finish is a little different, expecting matte, it was smooth/painted. Mine also looked like it was used. Good design, mounted up tight...no wiggles r rattles. Too bad it isn't like the picture but close enough for 10 bucks.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on April 22, 2013
I got this mount because of the price. Bad move. I had to tweak it in order to get it lined up on my picatinny rail. It is mounted on my rifle and will work, but I would suggest spending a little extra money and get something that is good to go out of the box.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on November 29, 2012
mount half is 13/16",top half is 7/8"(measured with certified caliper) an ultra light weight, not even close to(direct quote) "Off-Set Weapon Mount is a heavy duty 1" light mount".

it does not have the (direct quote) "Features large knurled knob for secure "no-tool" rail mounting". in fact it requires a wrench to tighten rail mount.

also does not look like picture with machined look around holes.

so basicly if you have something that half way around is 13/16", then 90* out to 7/8" for the other half way around this could work, also i am sure a stick from out side could be force fit into it for maybee a spear or something.

i will be returning this item
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2013
Like several other reviews found, the item that I received is not the item pictured. I have
several 1" flashlights and none of them fit in this mount. Also, a wrench or a pair of
pliers is required to mount this item to your rail system.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 3, 2013
I had bought one of the ones that is pictured previously and liked it. What I received the second time is a different much cheaper looking item with a shiny finish and a cross bolt that is too large to work.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 26, 2011
This mount is the newly re-designed 2011 model. I purchased this mount to pair with my new Olight M20 Warrior S2 for application on my AR-15. This is a duty use gun so I need a sturdy product that can take punishment. This mount fit the bill perfectly. The mount I received was exactly as pictured. It did not come with cloth liner in the rings as others have described but it does have the cross bolt securing system that another users wished it had.

The ring mount appears beefed up and very durable. Mine came in a matte black configuration. The mount I received is certainly not for air soft. I have several other sight, light and rail accessory mounts from "top manufactures" and this product is built every bit as strong and durable as those for a fraction of the cost.

Installation was a snap. It mounted up securely with no slop or play whatsoever. I applied a small amount of blue Lok-tite to the four ring mount screws for added security to the light. The round knurled knob works well but I'd rather see a hex nut as mine is going to be semi-permanent on my rife as it is attached with a pressure switch and quick disconnect is not a concern for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 21, 2013
Mine arrived exactly as pictured with the groove lines and the checkered thumb screw. As a few items I've ordered, it seems like some products vary from seller to seller listed under the same item. I ordered from treadpro since it had high reviews and prime 2-day shipping. I would have definitely sent it back had I received one of the cheaper made ones some of the other reviewers were describing.

My Surefire G2 Nitrolon fit perfectly in the mount and the offset really helps to bring the flashlight into a position where it is more easily accessible when your hand is on the fore end of the shotgun. I have it mounted on a Mossberg 590a1. There is a bump along the inner side of the mount where the thumbscrew goes through, which provides extra support to keep the mount in place on the picatinny rail. I went to the range and fired a few dozen 2 3/4 birdshot, buckshot, and 3 1/2 magnum slugs. The mount seemed to hold up well and still felt secure afterwards. I think I'm still going to put some blue locktite on the screws anyway, just as a precaution. Great flashlight mount at a decent price.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This mount worked better than I expected it to for my Saiga-12. I had ordered a remote pressure switch for the Fenix TA 20 I planned to mount but it didn't seem to work (I will make it work later but that's another story). Fortunately, on the side rail, the spacing this mount provides puts my weapon light right where it needs to be for me to be able to press the button on the end cap without even lifting a finger from the foregrip on the lower rail of my shotgun. I didn't even need a pressure switch thanks to this mount's intelligent design. Also, since many "screw-mounts" such as this one require either some really muscular fingers or a a pair of pliers to tighten it to the point that I'm confident it won't fall off its rail in the field, I'd like to point out that there are key holes in the side of the dial that fit your included allen wrench. I keep my tools in a secret compartment in my pistol grip, which is easily accessible. The point is, this is a very useful mount and it can be attached and detached as quickly as any other (except for a lever-lock).
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