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Chris Farris View Drop Down

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Warne Announces New R.A.M.P. Mounting System

Warne's all new RAMP (Rapid Acquisition Multi-sight Platform) is a versatile mounting system that provides the ability to use multiple optics and/or accessories on one weapon platform. Manufactured from a combination of magnesium phosphate coated steel and matte black hard anodized aluminum, this unique mounting solution attaches to any Picatinny rail equipped firearm. Heavy duty 8-40 Torx screws, dual recoil control surfaces and a ½" nut, 65 inch pound clamping system provide a rock-solid attachment to the firearm and retain zero under the most severe recoil. Dual 45 degree rails at the rear of the system allow mounting of additional reflex style sights, laser designators, or lights.

The RAMP fits all small and large frame flat top AR platforms and is available for 1" and 30mm scopes. The system weighs 9.6 ounces, and is 7.125 inches long-providing 3.1 inches of ring spacing.

Warne Scope Mounts is an industry leader in the manufacture of rugged, dependable scope mounts. Based in Tualatin, Oregon, Warne employs over 40 people in its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant where Warne has designed, machined and built scope mounts and rings since 1990. For more information call 800.683.5590 or visit
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