Anonymous asked: Does it replace the original dust cover or just attach to it?
It replaces the original dust cover with a full dust cover made out of billet aluminum with integrated rail. It also replaces the rear sight, and the rear take down plunger off the recoil spring guide rod assembly.
It holds zero, and returns to zero if you field strip it.
It attaches in the front to the rear sight base trunnion replacing the rear sight, and then in the back it is held into place by an extended tool steel rear take down plunger, that is a little bit over sized so that it forces the dust cover down. Kind of hard to explain.
Anonymous asked: How much was that dog leg scope mount?
I think they are $140
Anonymous asked: How would you feel about an Elcan SpecterDR 1-4x with an Aimpoint T-1 2moa mounted on top to supplement the Elcan's shitty battery life?
Personally I don’t think the aimpoint is necessary. The elcan has an etched reticle so it still works without batteries just not illuminated. Get squared away and change your batteries on a regular schedule and carry spares. If your mission calls for both then you make the call. I would just keep buis or maybe stow the aimpoint in my gear. I wouldn’t carry both on the rifle that’s just me.