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NcStar M1A/M-14 Weaver Scope Mount (MM14)

3.7 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • Constructed of Hard anodized Aluminum
  • Rail mounts above ejector to allow better optic placement
  • Weight: 8.8 oz
  • NC Star MM14 Ruger Rifle Scope Mount for M14
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Product Description

M1A/M-14 Weaver Scope Mount

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002ZU94VO
  • Item model number: MM14
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #552,618 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The NcStar M-14 scope mount is a sturdy inflexible casting which uses a two point mounting. The front part lines up with the grooves and bolts to the left side of the receiver, and the rear to a supplied metal block which replaces the clip guide. A threaded standoff on the rear mount provides some left-right adjustment. The two point mounting provides adequate strength to avoid stripping the somewhat undersized front thumb screw thread. This, of course is a function of the gun design and not the mount. There were no instructions so I'll highlight the procedure I used.

Installation required disassembly of the three main gun components to gain access to the clip guide pin from the underside. A 3/32" pin punch was used to drive the pin out the top. I don't recommend improvising here, a set of pin punches can be had for around $12. The clip guide then slides out the dovetail easily. The replacement, however, did not fit and had to be filed with a triangular file until it did. I opted for a tight fit, driving it in with a light hammer tap. I temporarily left out the pin, and reattached the stock and trigger assembly. The mount was then attached loosely and the rear standoff adjusted so the rail lined up with the front sight. The two thumb screws were then snugged down, and the rings an scope attached. Do not overtighten!

The front thumb screw, incidentally required a washer be placed under it to avoid protrusion into the track where the bolt rides. Make sure the bolt operates freely and add a washer if it doesn't. Removal of the clip guide may be objectionable to some, but it can't be used anyway because the mount is now in the way. Iron sights are visible below the mount which has a channel cast in for that purpose.
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GOT IT QUICK, HOWEVER DON'T EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO USE IT. COULD NOT GET IT TO FIT, EVEN TRIED SANDING IT TO GET IT TO FIT, BUT MESSED IT UP. BOTTOM LINE IS IT WASN'T EVEN CLOSE. COMPANY SAID IT REQUIRED TRIMMING LIKE ITS TO BE EXPECTED EVEN THOUGH IT WASN'T STATED THAT WAY ANYWHERE ON THE ITEM DESCRIPTION. BOUGHT ANOTHER ONE FROM A DIFFERENT COMPANY AND IT SLIDE RIGHT IN AND THEN TIGHTENED IT DONE WITH THE SET SCREW. i GUESS SOME COMPANIES CAN DO IT RIGHT BUT NOT THIS ONE.
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By Dave on January 14, 2014
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I purchased this even after reading the reviews and watching videos online. As many other reviews you will have to do some work on it. The back screw fit as it should be the front screw is to short. If it wasn't for that it would be great. I tried to file down the underside of the knob of the screw and that helped a little to at least get the screw threads to catch but still will not thread. I will probably end up taking it to a machine shop and see if they can make the side thinner or maybe see if I can get the screw hole rethreaded. The one pin you have to knock out so you can replace the adapter piece I ended up taking to a gun smith to have him knock it out for I could not get it budge which would be of no fault of the scope mount but Springfield. I figured for the price that even after taking the scope mount some place to have it modified would still be cheaper than one of the more expensive mounts which I have read similar reviews on.
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To start, this part shipped to me very quickly. It was EXACTLY as advertised. Part has a nice and thick finish. There are several very nice components shipped in the also nice box:

1) Mount, great, thick finish with smooth edges yet crisp and precise rail edges for scope rings.

2) Dovetail insert (thick, quality steel) with roll pin hole precisely centered and clear, dovetail edges very straight. I did not have to adjust (file/sand) dovetail edges to fit the female dovetail on my gun.

3) Dovetail Screw (rear screw in ad photo), large head, knurled edge. Nice oxide finish, plenty of threading and adjustability to dovetail. This rear screw goes through an adjustable bolt that screws into the mount itself. this hollow bolt has its own locking nut for fine tuning the mount, insuring absolute mount alignment with your barrel. This will allow you to be able to center your scope settings before actually sighting the scope.

4) Front Screw (not pictured) very similar to rear screw, same size head. Knurled. See comments below about thread match to receiver.

5) Front screw washer

6) 2 roll pins (not sure if different sizes, first one fit nicely)

This whole package is EXACTLY what an M1A owner needs to mount a scope. I've read other comments/reviews stating that the front screw threads don't match. THEY DO MATCH. The threads are very crisp and fit perfectly.

In the photo you can barely see it, but this mount does have an under channel for usage of the iron sights. The iron sights are still easily usable after this scope mount is installed.

Ring height needed, NONE!
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If I could give this thing no stars I would. First thing, try get the stripper clip adopter requiters some real filing and hammering. Took me and a friend (who is a gunsmith) about 3 hours. Once it was in the front screw (closest to the muzzle that goes into the receiver) is to long. To get it tight it needs to be grind down and the bolt will move freely. I fired 3 rounds after I grind it down and it became lose and when I tightened back in it was still to long and was causing the blot to stick. I basically feel if i would have just burnt that money I would have gotten more out of it then buy this.
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