EGW Remington 1100/1170/1187 Picatinny Rail Scope Mount
Rail Type: One Piece Picatinny
Machined From: Domestic 6061 T6 Extruded Aluminum
Finish: Matte Black Anodizing
Center Spread: 1.475"
Overall Length: 5.488"
Height: .4" (Top of Receiver to Top of Picatinny)
Weight: 2 oz.
Quick Disconnect Ring Compatible: No
Torque Specs: 20 in/lbs
Mounting Hardware: #6-48 X 1/4 Screws and T-10 Bit Include
This mount fits:
- Remington 1100
- Remington 1187
- Remington V3
- Remington Versa Max
V3 / Versa Max - Our .335" Overall Length Screws work in all 4 holes
1100 / 1187 / 870 - .313" Overall Length Screws for all 4 hole
Picatinny cross slots run the full length of the rail, which gives the shooter flexibility when mounting scope rings and other accessories.
The channel in the center reduces the overall mass of the mount, weighing in at 2-3oz on average.
Also, in many cases, it will not obstruct usage of factory iron sights.
EGWs one piece scope mounts are the obvious choice for hunters and tactical shooters alike.
This Evolution Gun Works - EGW mount is a Picatinny-style base and compatible with Picatinny or Weaver scope rings.
Add EGWs Practical or HD Scope Rings to make it a complete overhaul!
We machine these in our shop using one of our USA-made Fadal machining centers.
After machining, the mounts are tumbled, sand blasted, and Type II anodized for long lasting durability.
The entire mount and accessories (from the mounting screws and wrench down to the packaging) are made in the USA.
Installation: EGW recommends 20 inch lbs of torque and a drip of blue loctite (loctite is available through our website and is sold separately).
Customer Ratings & Reviews
a good Remington 1100 scope mount
This Picatinny rail works as advertised. The rigidity of the rail will probably depend more on the installation, rather than the rail itself. Mounted on a Remington 1100 with Aimpoint Micro attached. Solid as a rock, no scratches on the finish as of yet. Approved!
Shotgun Picatinny Rail Scope Mount
A simple rail that allows you to mount most any optic on your shotgun. You can pay more and get a higher grade material, but realistically this will never fail, and the precision/alignment is more than adequate for it's intended purpose.