Swiss K31 scout scope mount

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gunauthor posted this 27 July 2019

I have a Swiss K31 with what appears to be a decent bore.  Since I can't see open sights very well, I thought I'd try to mount a scout scope.  Anyone have any suggestions as to a good brand to go with?  Also, I have two Burris EIR scopes, one is a two power, the other is a four.  My main use is to poke holes in paper and maybe take it deer hunting.  Thanks for any and all help.

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muley posted this 28 July 2019

go to S&K mounts.com

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John F. posted this 29 July 2019

If you should decide you'd like a traditionally-located scope, St. Marie Products makes a very good no-drill, no modification scope mount that is economical and effective.  It locates over the receiver, and removes with allen wrenches.  They currently make an aluminum version, and previously made a somewhat more expensive steel version which appears to be discontinued.  I have used the steel version on 2 K-31's  with excellent results.

They have a 3/8" rail allowing an unbroken range of placement for the rings to accomodate your eye relief preferences and the location of your scope turrets.  While the 3/8" rail may not sound effective, it is; in my testing, full-power match and Swiss service ammunition grouped well with no tendency of the rings to shift.  You can find them by searching on "Swiss Products." 

My K-31's are going up for sale, so if you decide you are interested in the steel version of the mount, I will be happy to sell below my original cost.   These are well proven and accepted in the K-31 enthusiast community.   

Hope this helps,

John

PSWRITERJF  at AOL dot com

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Ken Campbell Iowa posted this 29 July 2019

... when using " rail " type monts, after you establish your favored location, place a couple drops of blue loctite ... or nail polish ... on the matching surfaces.   belt and suspenders ...

 

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