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LT204 LaRue C.A.N. QD SPR Mount

Discussion in 'Optics' started by gshayd, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. gshayd

    gshayd Ugliest house on the block.

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    for $99.00 will make you holler + $9.99 for four ring halves in 1 Inch, 30mm, 24mm and 35mm

    https://www.larue.com/products/lt204/

    The MBT trigger is still $87.00
     


  2. Big Green

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    That’s a good deal. Might look into one of those, thanks for the link.
     
  3. Dawico

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    A few clarifications here:

    The mount is $99. Four ring halves are $9.99 each. One mount for one scope is ~$140 total. Still a good deal but your post is a little deceiving.

    Nowhere does it say the height of the rings and mount. You will want to clarify this before ordering which may require a phone call. This may not be tall enough for big objective scopes depending on your application.

    I assume the mount is 0 moa. Verify before ordering especially if you want something different.

    The MBT triggers take 3-5 weeks from time of order. They seem to have a lot of the other products on hand but again, call before ordering. I am still waiting on triggers I ordered a couple weeks before Christmas.

    All that being said, I like Larue and think they make great products but their website leaves something to be desired.
     
  4. SC-Texas

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    Still a good deal

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  5. ed308

    ed308 Well-Known

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    Considering the LT104 is $210, the LT204 @ $140 is a bargain. The LT104 is my favorite mount. Ordered my first LT204 for a Valkyrie build with a Vortex PST 6-24x scope. Haven't mounted but should be the same quality as the LT104 and easier to use.
     
  6. Dawico

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    Oh yeah, I agree it is a great deal and I may add one when my triggers are ready.

    I have another item I ordered that they didn't have in stock (again, no idea until after I placed my order) and they have no clue when it will come in so they are supposed to contact me.
     
  7. gshayd

    gshayd Ugliest house on the block.

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    When LaRue first came out with the MBT trigger they advised you there might be a wait at the $87.00 price. The ring halves come in different sizes. All you need to do is identify the diameter of the scope and order the appropriately sized ring. When you order the rings it asks you to identify the proper sized scope ring. They are still $99.00.
     
  8. Dawico

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    You can't order the mount without selecting a ring size. That bumps the price up to ~$139.

    Sorry but there is no $99 mount. Not one you can order anyways.

    Since there is no height mentioned just knowing the scope body diameter isn't enough information to guarantee the mount will work for your scope. Huge scope objective sizes can and will cause fitment issues.

    I wasn't told there would be a wait for the triggers and nothing on the website says that now. You don't find out until the order is processed. 2df470259362099798fd0faced4bdeaf.jpg
     
  9. gshayd

    gshayd Ugliest house on the block.

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    I think you mentioned that in one of your previous posts.....I didn't feel the need to say it again since you mentioned it. I did say you had to order the rings. I figured most folks here are proficient in the English language.
     
  10. Dawico

    Dawico TGT Addict

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    The OP and your post can be deceiving upon first glance. I just wanted to clarify again after I tried to order a mount with no rings.

    To me this deal falls into a grey area of false advertisement since you can't order a $99 mount without spending another $40.

    And again, a Larue QD mount for $140 is probably one of the best deals out there and well worth the money.
     


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