S&B PM2

Brown Dog

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Other than Badger (which at 1 inch, are around 0.15 inch too high for my purposes); I'd be grateful if PM2 users on this board would post details of the mounting solutions they employ.
 

mongoose

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I only setup I could find was the Badger base and rings. The fact that S&B are 34mm tubes really limits the possibiblities.
Good Luck
 

Brown Dog

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Matt, they look rather awesome. I have emailed LM thru PGW and await their reply regarding available heights.
VMT
 

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