Ultra Low-profile Mauser K98k NDT Scope Mount Gen 3 picatinny rail
Ultra Low-profile Mauser K98k NDT Scope Mount Gen 3 picatinny rail is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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[Updated Feb. 04, 2024]
Superior quality is always our first priority. So, when the parts came back and when we found some major issues with the anodizing result we decided to send the whole batch back and have it redone. This will take 4 – 6 weeks.
The current ETA is mid-March. We apologize for the long wait, and we greatly appreciate your patience.
[Firearms, optics, and rings are for display only and NOT included]
NOTE: Works for Mauser Karabiner 98 kurz (Carbine 98 Short, often abbreviated as Kar98k, K98, or K98k). Does NOT work for K98A or K98AZ (pre-Kar98k) or ANY other Mausers
- No drill, no tap, no permanent modification to your Mauser K98K
- Ultra-Low profile design allows comfortable cheek weld
- No gunsmith required, installed in 10 minutes!
- The ingenious arc-shape base design ensures perfect bore alignment for the scope mount
- Solid steel base nut guarantees rock-solid mounting
- Gen 3 features a tapered front end so that you can mount the scope as low as possible
- One steel base receiver nut and bolt
- One aluminum alloy full-length picatinny rail
- Torx and hex wrenches, cross pin and threadlocker
Scopes and rings used in this video:
HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR RIFLE (NOT all Mausers are K98k):
Mauser K98k has a short handguard that is approximately 7 inches long and is in front of the rear sight. The rear sight base is 3.5 inches long.
We strongly encourage you to remove the rear sight leaf following this illustration image or the YouTube installation video above to confirm that your rifle is indeed a K98k before placing your order. If you are not sure what your rifle is please check this FAQs page first. You can also contact us for future help.
NOTE: How to remove the rear sight retaining pin
Not all models' rear sight leaves have a retaining pin. You should be able to see the retaining pin sticking out a little bit from the head of the rear sight leaf if there is one, such as this one:
The retaining pin is slightly longer than the rear sight leaf - this is to prevent it from being pressed down and removed. So, if your rear sight leaf has a retaining pin present, you must punch it out first.
Some models don't have retaining pins, such as this one below:
If that is the case, you can simply press down the rear sight leaf and remove it.
The easy way to remove the rear sight leaf:
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