Vortex Optics Sport Cantilever 1-Inch Mount - 2" Offset

Manufactured by Vortex Optics
SKU: CM-102
MPN: CM-102
Manufactured by Vortex Optics
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The Vortex Cantilever Mount for is perfect for mounting telescopic optics onto flattop style AR-15 rifles. The 2-inch offset of this cantilever mount positions the scope in a forward location, supporting correct eye relief and head placement. The mount positions the center of the riflescope tube at a height of 1.59 inches (40.39 mm) from the base.

  • Aluminum construction
  • Weighs 6.7 ounces
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BrandVortex Optics
FinishHardcoat Anodized
Optic Type1
Ring Width0.63 in
Separation Inner2.52 in
Separation Outer3.78 in
Weight6.7 Oz

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Vortex U dropped the scope on this one!


Chose this mount over the Burris AR P.E.P.R. cause i have the Burris already, so I got the 3-9X50 crossfire Vortex with their mount instead. Wish I'd just got a PA extended mount and found the scope separate. This mount is a let down Vortex! darn good glass for the $$ in your crossfire but the china made mount @ 7oz's is a bit of a Behemoth. Shouldn't have a problem holding a scope on a picattenny rail. For that matter you can use it for a tow mount on your 4X4

Heavy mounts for trailer hitches...


I have a couple of these on ar's along with the Burris P.E.P.R. mounts. They are both good mounts that do their job well. In the last review by Reg, Reg remarked on how heavy the mount seems to be. I wonder if he did his research. The Primary Arms mount comes in at a wopping 8.2 oz, while the vortex mounts come in at 6.7 oz, and the Burris mounts come in at over 8 oz. So wouldn't this make the Vortex mounts the lightest? One of these days I'll have to weigh both mounts to find out for sure, who is the fattest?