D300 2+Mil.Spec first impressions

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Postby Harry-the-Ruskie » Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:51 am

Thanks for the review.

I was planning to buy a D300 MS 2+ from OpticsHq early next year, but now I'm not sure I have the discipline to wait 8)
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Postby mhe » Sun Apr 23, 2006 8:09 am

Optik45 wrote:Yes it can be mounted to the Mil Spec M69 weapon mount.


Roger that. But how does that thing look like?
My main concern is whether the D300 will be sitting way too high on the rail, so I won't be able to look through an eotech with it.
Are there any pictures of a D300 mounted with said mount?
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Postby Michael » Sun Apr 23, 2006 10:35 am

I do not think there are pictures with that one, but, just like the PVS-14, it was designed to be used with Aimpoint and Eotech, so I would not worry about that.
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Postby mhe » Sun Apr 23, 2006 10:54 am

I have found mounts from PRI and GG&G which are made to hold the PVS-14 in place behind the EoTech. Which one would I get if I order from OpticsHQ? ;)

Is the D300 to be mounted upside down or with the right hand side screw facing down?
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Postby Michael » Sun Apr 23, 2006 12:28 pm

Only the PRI M69 workd with the D-300 and that is what we offer. If I remember correctly, it mounts upside down just like the PVS-14
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Postby Clutch » Tue Jun 13, 2006 7:48 pm

LOT's of folks wanting to see the D-300 mounted. Here is a few with a PVS-14 mil-spec mount. Enjoy!

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Postby mhe » Tue Jun 13, 2006 10:55 pm

Clutch wrote:LOT's of folks wanting to see the D-300 mounted. Here is a few with a PVS-14 mil-spec mount. Enjoy!


You, Sir, are amazing, that's what I've been waiting for :D
Where do I get that mount and how much will it set me back?
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Postby Clutch » Thu Jun 15, 2006 7:53 am

mhe wrote:
Clutch wrote:LOT's of folks wanting to see the D-300 mounted. Here is a few with a PVS-14 mil-spec mount. Enjoy!


You, Sir, are amazing, that's what I've been waiting for :D
Where do I get that mount and how much will it set me back?


Well, thanks! :mrgreen: The D-300 depicted is $979.00 and the mount is $109.00. Hope this helps.
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