BKL Introduces Tri-Mount Dovetail Riser Mounts and Picatinny Adaptors

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posted on September 19, 2011
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The Tri-Mount riser design allows for additional dovetail mounting points on each side, instantly tripling the mounting surfaces of any dovetail mounting rail equipped airgun or rimfire rifle with no gunsmithing or additional tools. A mounting wrench is provided with each BKL Product.

The side facing dovetails allow for the installation of tactical lights, lasers, or other accessories and causes little change to the center of gravity. The top dovetail is .68" above the original rail for a more natural, heads-up shooting position.

The 14 mm Picatinny Adaptor is in response to many requests. As with the 11 mm version, this adaptor opens up the ever widening world of Picatinny accessories to airgun and rimfire rifle shooters.The 11 mm Tri-mounts range in length from 0.6 inches to 4 inches and are available in matte black or matte stainless. The 14 mm introductions are both available in a one inch length. The Picatinny adaptor is available in matte black only. The new risers and mounts feature BKL's patented Auto-Centering and clamp spreading technologies. Prices listed are MSRP.

11 mm Dovetail BKL-1671" Long Tri-Mount Dovetail Riser Mount$29.50 BKL-1694" Long Tri-Mount Dovetail Riser Mount$45.00BKL-1731-5/8" Long Tri-Mount Dovetail Riser Mount $25.00BKL-181.6" Long Tri-Mount Dovetail Riser Mount $18.50

14 mm Dovetail BKL-45614mm Plus 1" Long Dovetail To Picatinny Adaptor $29.50BKL-46614mm Plus 1" Long Tri-Mount Dovetail Riser $29.50

The new mounts are available now at your sporting goods dealer on online at www.bkltech.com.

All BKL products are manufactured at our Fort Worth, Texas headquarters. BKL Technologies' patented competition-grade scope mounting systems include scope mounts, scope rings, dovetail to weaver/Picatinny adaptors, scope risers and scope levels that utilize a quick-installing and self-aligning clamping system that fits 11 mm, 14 mm and 3/8 inch dovetail mounting rails. For more information on BKL Technologies, please visit our website www.bkltech.com or write to BKL Technologies, P.O. Box 2478, Fort Worth, Texas 76113

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