C&H Precision’s New Scope Tube Mounts for Red Dots

C&H Precision of Richmond Hill, Georgia, specializes in rifle and pistol optics and custom handgun slide sighting solutions. New for 2024 is their new line of red dot scope tube mounts, which give you a close-range option when you are working with a high-magnification rifle scope.

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C&H Precision is launching a line of new scope tube mounts to pair a red dot optic with your riflescope. [C&H Precision]
Whether you are running a hunting rifle or a tactical rifle, it can be dicey to transition between long-range and short-range targets on the fly. You might opt for a low-power variable optic, but if you are using a scope with built-in magnification, hunting for a close target while your scope is magnified wastes precious seconds. For those situations, backup iron sights or an off-set red dot mount can help you compensate.

C&H Precision now offers a line of mounts to install an RMR, RMRc, or ACRO-XL footprint pistol red dot onto your 30mm or 34mm rifle scope. Each mount is made of billet aluminum and black anodized to blend in with a stock rifle scope. The choice of 30mm or 34mm mounting solutions covers an array of both LPVOs and traditional hunting scopes.

“C&H Precision is continually striving to innovate within our industry to make optics and mounting solutions easier and more accessible than ever,” said Tony Tetreau, marketing director of C&H Precision. “These new scope tube mounts will streamline the process of mounting your favorite pistol red dots to any 30mm or 34mm scope tubes that shooters may have on their firearms. This new line is the most recent installment in C&H’s venture to be the ultimate one-stop-shop for any gun enthusiast’s optics needs.”

Regardless of your choice of footprint or scope tube diameter, the C&H Precision Scope Tube Mount is available and retailing for only $74.95.

Terril is an economic historian with a penchant for all things firearm related. Originally a pot hunter hailing from south Louisiana, he currently covers firearms and reloading topics in print and on his All Outdoors YouTube page. When he isn't delving into rimfire ballistics, pocket pistols, and colonial arms, Terril can be found perfecting his fire-starting techniques, photographing wildlife, and getting lost in the archives.

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