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Old February 13th, 2020, 06:28 PM #1
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Pig Hunter.

Thanks to a couple of MDS members.

My pig hunter set-up has come to fruition.

Polytech m14s( 308)
ATN Thor-4 thermal optic
Rms shield as backup sight.

Iím planning to take this rig pig hunting in North Carolina this spring.
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What did you use for the mount?


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Old February 13th, 2020, 06:44 PM #3
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Lechon Belly!

That is a very nice rifle sir.
Perfectly suited for pig or over watch duty.
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Thanks to a couple of MDS members.

My pig hunter set-up has come to fruition.

Polytech m14s( 308)
ATN Thor-4 thermal optic
Rms shield as backup sight.

Iím planning to take this rig pig hunting in North Carolina this spring.
Check out Hog SWAT. I was just at their booth last week it looked CRAZY.

https://hogswat.com/
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Used a Springfield armory generation 1 scope mount.

30mm medium height rings. I didnít use the rings that came with the optic. They were too high.

The RMS shield is mounted on a pic rail adapter. Then mounted on the pic rail on the front scope ring.
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That should get the job done! Looks good.
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Used a Springfield armory generation 1 scope mount.

30mm medium height rings. I didnít use the rings that came with the optic. They were too high.

The RMS shield is mounted on a pic rail adapter. Then mounted on the pic rail on the front scope ring.

Nice, looks clean. Good Luck.


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Iíll be interested in hearing how you like the Thor-4. Thermal is in my near future n
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Check out Hog SWAT. I was just at their booth last week it looked CRAZY.

https://hogswat.com/
A buddy when with them last year crappy results. Lots of driving around, few pigs...
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That thing is sweet!!! Only upgrade I would recommend is a can hanging off the front.
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