First Look: Burris AR-Signature QD P.E.P.R. Mount

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posted on January 27, 2020
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Keeping your zero while mounting and unmounting your scope onto your AR-platform gun is a little bit easier with the introduction of the new Burris AR-Signature QD P.E.P.R mount. The new mount allows for increased range and reliable quick detach mounting with a new streamlined quick-detach mount. The Signature P.E.P.R. QD mount extends mounting capabilities for many firearms with a unique polymer ring insert system that still allows you to re-mount your optic to within one-quarter MOA re-mount every time you reattach your scope. 

Burris Optics Company offers a complete line of premium optics, including riflescopes and sights for hunting, competition and law enforcement since they were founded in Greeley, CO, in 1971. In addition to their rifle scopes, they also make handgun scopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, mounts and accessories.

The Signature P.E.P.R. QD mount from Burris includes 30, 34 and 35 mm reinforced polymer ring inserts that are capable of 5 to 40 MOA of scope adjustment without using windage and elevation knobs. These rings greatly increase the maximum range and turret adjustability of most optics. Additionally, the polymer rings create a no-scratch surface for holding onto optics, while a streamlined design ensures proper eye relief and allows for the use of back-up iron sights. 

Weighing from 8.3 to 8.9 ounces, the mounts have an aluminum and steel construction and a six-screw ring design which ensures long-lasting holding power and durability. Two locking levers at the base of the mount that allow quick mounting and removal of optic when breaking down your rifle, or when it’s necessary to quickly switch between optics.

The AR-Signature QD P.E.P.R. Mount has an MSRP of $156 and $180, and more information is available at burrisoptics.com.

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