LaRue Tactical EOTech QD Mount LT110
Converts low-profile EOTechs to lower 1/3 cowitness, and provides a better
The LT110 is another mount designed "by request". The LT110 raises the EOTech by .275". This extra height sticks the irons low in the EOTech's window...you can still see the irons if push-comes-to-shove.
The response has been outstanding. The extra height is just what the EO has been needing. The design had room for a piece-of-picatinny on the back, so we put it there and now you can mount a PVS-14 or Aimpoint 3X Magnifier in perfect co-witness.
Like all LaRue mounts, it is precision-machined out of bar-stock aluminum and matt black anodized to provide a durable non-reflective surface finish. The locking LaRue Speed Lever provides outstanding return to zero; the optic can be removed, and replaced, without loss of zero. Guaranteed.
Comes complete with locking lever instruction card and 1 LT2005-B box wrench.
NOTE: The LT110 EOTech Mount will work correctly with 511, 512, 551, 552, XPS-2, XPS-3 and similar models. It will NOT work with the EXPS2 or EXPS3, it also will NOT work with 516, 517, 553 or 557 models (or any EOTech with a built-in riser). The LT110 is not compatible with an EOLAD installed.
The LT-133 (PVS-14 Mount) and LT-602-1 (fixed Aimpoint 3X Magnifier Mount) attach on the rear of the LT-110 and correctly line-up with the LT-110-mounted 511, 512, 551, 552, XPS 2, XPS 3 and similar models. The LT-649 "Tall" Pivot Mount (with Aimpoint 3X magnifier), mounted on the receiver rail will work on all models, but may interfere with rear sights.
Available with LaRue QD Speed Levers or VFZ mounts (see pull-down to the right)
About VFZ Mounts:
VFZ is a new theory in the concept of clamping accessories to MIL-STD-1913 rails. Instead of using a horizontal cross-bolt, the VFZ uses a vertical bolt that draws up a clamping foot against the lower angle of the rail, seating the mount similarly to a fully-closed LaRue lever.
Once installed on the firearm, index marks allow the user to remove the mount, then reattach to the same tension, providing unprecedented return to zero for a non-QD-levered mount. The unique vertical alignment of the clamp allows components that are structurally stronger than traditional cross-bolt designs.