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S&K Steyr M95 Infantry Scout Mount (Long Ladder Weaver Style) -Accepts Weaver Rings- Rings NOT Included
S&K Steyr M95 Infantry Scout Mount (Long Ladder Weaver Style) -Accepts Weaver Rings- Rings NOT Included

S&K Steyr M95 Infantry Scout Mount (Long Ladder Weaver Style) -Accepts Weaver Rings- Rings NOT Included

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Price: $74.00
US made Weaver style scout mount for the Steyr M95 Infantry Long Ladder is a rock, solid mount. This mount accepts Weaver rings and is made in the USA
Part Number: 9070
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#9070 Long Ladder 2 1/16" Center Of Pin Hole To front

Weaver Base

Scout Mount

Rings Not included

Scope Not Included

Made In The USA!!

Didn’t think it was possible to easily put a scope and mount on your old Steyr M95 Infantry Scout Mount Long Ladder 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!

Check out S&K’s line of scout mounts available for ex-military guns! These mounts do not require any alterations to the rifle, just removal of the iron sights. A long eye relief scope (Not Included) is required for a scout mount. A nifty way to scope your treasured gun without drilling or tapping. 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.


#9070 INSTRUCTION SHEET FOR THE STYER M95 INFANTRY (Long Ladder Rear Sight)

Push the pin out at the rear of the flip up sight. Remove the top wood over the barrel. Remove the spring by lifting up at the rear and sliding it forward. Slide the flange nut into the undercut at the front of the sight where the spring was & re-install the top wood cover. Place the mount over the flange nut with the (2) 4-40 tapped holes toward the butt end. Line the 4-40 tapped holes in the mount up with the holes in the side of the receiver and put in the (2) 4-40 socket head screws.  It is very important that these holes line up to keep from damaging the threads when the screws are installed. DO NOT TIGHTEN! Move the nut around with a pin through the hole in the mount until the round part of the nut slips into the counterbore in the bottom of the mount. Put the 10-32 x ½” flat head screw through the mount and into the nut. Tighten this screw and then the (2) 4-40 socket head screws. The 4-40 screws don’t need to be real tight! Put the 10-32 x ½ set screw down through the tapped hole in the top of the mount and tighten against the receiver. The purpose of the set screws is to keep pressure on the 4-40 socket head screws. Do not try to remove the 4-40 screws with the set screw tight! 

You can also get some vertical adjustment with the set screw if you find your gun is shooting low & you don’t have enough adjustment with your scope. This can be done by loosening the 10-32 flat head screw & turning the set screw clockwise. For every ¼ turn of the 10-32 set screw you will move approximately 8” at 100 yards. Be careful if you do this as a small turn of this screw moves the vertical position quite a bit. Retighten the 10-32 flathead screw.



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