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S&K 1949 FN Scope Mount w/S&K Style 1 Inch Rings
S&K 1949 FN Scope Mount w/S&K Style 1 Inch Rings

S&K 1949 FN Scope Mount w/S&K Style 1 Inch Rings

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Price: $160.00
Scope Mounts for classic military rifles by S&K Manufacturing allows you to keep your rifle in collector condition without drilling holes or altering the weapon, easy to install scope mount made of quality materials, made in the USA. FN-49 Scope Mount
Part Number: 2065
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Includes 1 Inch S&K Style Rings

Scope Mounts for classic military rifles by S&K Manufacturing allows you to keep your rifle in collector condition without drilling holes or altering the weapon, easy to install scope mount made of quality materials, made in the USA. FN-49 Scope Mount

Scope Not Included

Made In The USA!!!

All Mounts marked "S&K Style Rings" do NOT work with Weaver Rings

Didn’t think it was possible to easily put a scope and mount on your old FN-49 without drilling and tapping? It is now with high quality, made in the USA scope mounts from S&K. These mounts are made with high quality materials and backed by S&K Scope Mounts. Outfit your old military rifle with a scope mount and long eye relief scope for better accuracy, longer ranges, more confidence, and more fun hunting or on the range!

S&K Scope Mounts LLC specializes in manufacturing scope mounts for ex-military rifles without the need for drilling & tapping. Now you can scope that rifle you didn't think was possible with over 100 Insta-Mounts & Scout Mounts to choose from. S&K Scope Mounts LLC supports American made. S&K manufactures all of their scope mounts here in PA with the best USA materials available.



#2065 INSTA MOUNT FOR THE 1949 FN – AUTO


To install your new insta-mount on the 1949 FN, simply remove the housing over the bolt at the rear of the receiver on your firearm. The S&K Insta-mount then slides into its place. Bolt the rear plate in place with the (2) 8-32 x 1/2 screws, making sure the spring is properly placed. Now lock the mount base in place by putting the (4) 10-32 x 1/4 pointed set screws into the holes in the top of the mount (single holes) and tightening. DO NOT over tighten. The side wall of the mount by the screw will bulge out if you are too tight. Move the bolt in & out. If the bolt seems like it slides hard, then loosen one of the top front pointed set screws. If the bolt is still tight then retighten the pointed set screw & loosen the one on the opposite side. Repeat this process until you find the pointed set screw/screws causing the problem. Almost always the problem is with one of the two front screws. When you find the screw that is causing the bolt to stick, replace the pointed set screw with one of the (2) 10-32 x 5/16 cup point set screws provided. CAUTION: you can replace only one pointed set screw in the front & if necessary one in the rear because your mount is held from shifting sideways with the pointed screws. What has caused this problem is the mount needs some clearance sideways & the set screws sometimes aren’t centered over the flat area on the receiver. Before inserting the pointed set screws into the mount look down into the holes & center the mount holes over the flat area of the receiver as best as you can. This sometimes helps.   

Mount the steel ring risers into the two slots on top of the mount with the10-32 x ½ flat head screws, then put the scope rings in place on top. Follow accepted practice in sighting in and the job is done.


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