Blaser attachment mount for the Liemke Merlin series
The new Blaser attachment mount for the Blaser 1-7x28 iC riflescope and the Merlin 13, Merlin 35 or Merlin 42.
Due to the automatic positioning and alignment of the attachment mount using the inner rail of the Blaser 1-7x28 iC, repeatable mounting, even in complete darkness, is always given. By closing a clamping lever, the attachment mount is additionally friction-locked to the objective. This ensures maximum repeatability even when the thermal imaging attachment is mounted and removed very frequently. With its ideal magnification range for hunting wild boar, the Blaser 1-7x28 iC riflescope thus becomes the new universal genius, which can show its strengths to the full not only in driven hunts and daytime stalking, but also in night hunting for sows.
Thanks to a recoil stud that can be uniquely mounted in the inner rail of the Blaser 1-7x28 iC riflescope, in which a solid crossbar engages, the constant positioning of the thermal sight and its positive connection is guaranteed. By closing the clamping lever, the attachment is additionally locked onto the objective with a force fit. This ensures maximum repeatability even when the thermal imaging attachment is mounted and removed very frequently.
More information on the Blaser riflescope can be found at Blaser.com.
According to current federal law changes, the mechanical adaptation of multifunctional attachment optics on firearms is allowed. Thus, a multifunctional attachment optic with adapted weapon mount is NOT a prohibited item. The item can therefore be freely acquired/carried by holders of a valid hunting license. The use as a holder of a valid hunting license on shooting ranges, e.g. for the purpose of adjustment, is permitted.
Use in the context of hunting is subject to the hunting regulations of the respective federal state.
Product no. 80229299
Weight: 0.25 kg
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