TAPCO® Intrafuse® AR Riser Mount
Not what it seems to be.
Bought this and was initially pleased, but then started to notice that the shot grouping was all over the place. First thought it was me, but changed over to another AR rifle and found that the front of the mount does not securely fit either of my guns and that there is only one locking cross bolt to tie the mount to the rail of the rifles, replaced with a metal mount.
March 24, 2014
Significant Issue, Be warned!
I purchased a scope and it required a riser (2) in order to mount it. In a pinch I bought 2 Tapco Intrafuse AR Riser Mounts as they were all that was available and I wanted to try this new gun in a hurry. After mounting the scope I noticed that it had some movement; it rocked from side to side. I disambled it and looked at the riser more closely and it has a the left side of the top is higher than the right side. It is made of some type of plastic or polymer and therefore is molded. The two sides of the mold do not create a flat top. I thought maybe I got two bad ones, however, not so. They are all that way. Zoom in and look carefully at the one on this website and you can see it for yourself. What you are seeing running down the centerline of the top is not a mold ridge that can be simply trimmed off. If is a difference in height between the right side and the left side of the top of the riser. The left side is 0.007" higher. Then I really started looking and it also has a very slight twist from one end to the other. BPS should discontinue this line and get something I don't mind putting on my guns. Something machined from aluminum preferably. No more plastic for scope mounting purposes.
November 23, 2013
needed this item to raise my scope up a bit. it did that but thumb screws are some what stiff and too big. should be smaller as on the scope
September 13, 2013
EASY 0N-OFF, LIGHT WEIGHT
,NON-CORROSIVE AND IS THE PERFECT HEIGHT.
February 14, 2013