QD mount recommendations

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I had planned on using ADM but after reading about split ring issues, I’m looking for other 34mm QD mount options. What do you use? I just ordered an S&B and I’m stoked.
 

LRSHOOTER0311

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KDG SIDELOK is a great option in my opinion. Return to zero capability, not nuts or bolts protruding out, clean design, customizable in moving the rings on the platform, rock solid lock up. Its a very interesting system, that hasn't let me down in the past year that I've owned it. I take my optics off pretty periodically to utilize my night time optics and it always returns to zero for me.

https://kineticdg.com/product/kdg-sidelok-modular-optic-mount-34mm/
 

wjm308

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American Rifle Company ARC M10 QD-L - has thumb screws which can also be torqued with a hex wrench - best of both worlds. What kind of rifle is this going on? Do you have an adjustable cheek piece?
 
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American Rifle Company ARC M10 QD-L - has thumb screws which can also be torqued with a hex wrench - best of both worlds. What kind of rifle is this going on? Do you have an adjustable cheek piece?
Primary duty will be on a LRI barreled action in an MPA chassis so I do have cheek riser. I’d like to be able to swap it around until I purchase more glass for other rifles.
 
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I didn't know Badger got into QD mounts. Interesting.
Well i guess technically they arent, they are all just unimounts. with the two bolts system. i wasnt paying attention to the original question about QD's. I always recommend badger. i have had nothing but success rifle after rifle with them. Guess that makes me a fanboy.
 

wjm308

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Primary duty will be on a LRI barreled action in an MPA chassis so I do have cheek riser. I’d like to be able to swap it around until I purchase more glass for other rifles.
Then I think you'd definitely like the ARC M10 QD-L, they are finely machined, solid build, unique one bolt torque with minimal scope twist. I use ARC rings whenever possible, there are lots of great rings and mounts out there, but the unique one bolt torque design of ARC is what sets them apart.
 

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I’ll second the ARC QD, you just get it thumb tight and it’ll stay. Or use a hex for a more “permanent “ attachment. Don’t know your budget but I’ve had great success with the Spuhr QD.
 
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Forgot to update this thread. I changed my mind and went with non QD rings. I chose the ARC M10s and am very happy with the purchase. Thanks for all the replies gents.
 
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