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    Stormwerkz SWD Cobray M-11/9 optic mount

    Just bought this mount which fits SWD Cobray M-11/9 original upper with no modifications. $70.00 My bullet hose can be aimed now. Stormwerkz.com

    video link-------------- https://vimeo.com/343841701
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    Saw it in the latest issue of American Rifleman

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    That's pretty cool. I don't know if it's $70 cool, but it's cool.

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    Its all of $70 cool
    Many just don't get the cost and time involved to make accessories and get it to market
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    If you don't have or want a railed Lage upper, then yeah, that is def worth $70
    (IMHO, it is underpriced - it would be like $250 for an MP5, lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by arch stanton View Post
    Its all of $70 cool
    Many just don't get the cost and time involved to make accessories and get it to market
    Yea I don't see a problem with the cost as its a low production item. My m11 came with something like that but the screws would leave marks in the upper receiver. That one looks like it avoids the issue.

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    Looks too high though. If you bought that, why would you want to use the factory irons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigstroker View Post
    Looks too high though. If you bought that, why would you want to use the factory irons?
    Theoretically you would want to be able to use the factory iron sights if your battery powered optic on the mount quit working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigstroker View Post
    Looks too high though. If you bought that, why would you want to use the factory irons?
    When you battery dies in a raging firefight and your deep in enemy territory with no acces to cr123 batteries for miles

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    Before going deep into enemy territory I recommend replacing your battery first

    I might recommend a better gun than a Mac for your special ops missions unless your in house to house urban warfare

    There’s a Walmart close by in most urban areas. You may want to stick with invading countries that have Walmart’s. Easier to restock ammo and batteries.

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    And if you using an M11 for deep insurgence youve got bigger problems

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    Where's Gecko45? I'm sure he's well versed in such ops....

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    Why bother? It's not difficult acquiring your target when you're fighting in a phone booth.

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    How did you install the stormwerkz mount?

    Hi,
    I just received this mount and cannot seem to figure out how to install this on my CM11. Any tips?
    Thanks,
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    welcome blackdog,

    I have a similar mount that COBRAY made ages and ages ago. if this attaches like how the COBRAY mount does, which I'm sure it does, you have to take the upper off, then slide the mount from rear,

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    I don't have their mount but the factory cobray one is installed by removing the upper, sliding it on the upper from the rear, then installing the upper back on the lower, then tighten the screw down but be careful to not overtighten. Theirs looks about the same.

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    I know that I may be in the minority here, but I wouldn't mind being miles behind enemy lines with my m10. Especially with the lage upper and a good suppressor.

    Mitch Werbell III would be proud.

    Just sayin'.

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    Do the make one that fits on a M10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poacher View Post
    Do the make one that fits on a M10?
    e-mail and ask if they do.

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