Ruger MKI MKII MKIII MKIV 22/45 No Drill and Tap by Weigand
If you have an older Ruger MKI, MKII, MK4 that's not drilled and tapped you can install this WEIG-A-TINNY® Scopemount without making any permanent alterations to your favorite pistol. Remove the rear sight, insert the threaded dovetail filler and install the mount with the screws provided. Accepts all Weaver style rings and accessories and most Picatinny rings and accessories 5-1/4" long, silver or Black, matte anodized finish, weighs 2.5 ounces.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Ruger 22/45 scope mount
I installed this mount on my Ruger 22/45 Target Model, and it went on with no issues. The mount is well finished and machined and goes on without issue. Tap out the existing rear sight with a no-mar removal tool or punch, insert the dovetail base, then attached it to the provided screws. I mounted a Burris Fastfire II to it with no issues - it works nicely and looks great. The main comment is that it would have been nice if an allen wrench (microscopic size) for the set screws for the base were included in the kit, but I managed to find one to fit them. I would recommend this mount for small red dot sights and tiny handgun scopes due to the lack of front tie-down screw (but no gunsmithing mods are needed with this rail!). Good product.
The way to go
As advertised, if you have a Ruger Mark I or Mark II and don't want to spend a lot of money having it drilled and tapped for a red dot or scope, this is the way to go. Excellent directions, simple to install, and looks very good. I installed it on a Mark II, put a red dot on it, sighted it in, and shot 100 rounds (at the customer's request) with no movement of the rail. I call that "very good."
Best Ruger mark 2 scope mount for no drilling
Some minor fitting required, per the instructions. A few minutes with a file, again following the instructions, and the mount was easily tapped into the original rear sight dovetail. The mount fits as if it was originally milled on to the pistol barrel. Looks outstanding and can be used to mount a pistol scope or red dot. Excellent quality and sturdy construction.
A little tricky to install
I started by breaking the pistol down and soaking the rear sight in Kroil overnight, just in case. The next day I mounted the barrel/receiver in a vice using wooden blocks to prevent marring the stainless steel. I used a 1/4" brass drift punch to try to remove the rear sight. Not. The receiver kept spinning in the vice as another reviewer posted. After about a half-hour of this, I decided to take a break and rethink the whole concept of replacing my iron sights. Then it dawned on me; maybe the dovetail is not cut square?? Might the sides not be parallel to each other? So I turned everything around, so I was working from the opposite side, and about six taps later, it popped right out. Problem 1 solved! Installing the dovetail block they provide takes some filling and fitting, but that can be expected. Took about a half hour or so. On to problem 2, and this is a weird one. Would the rail not fit the block? I think maybe this was a Friday end-of-day job or something? I decided to do some measuring, so out come the veneer calipers and the block measures .500". The rail, on the other hand, is .496"? I'm like, what the @#&%? Now out comes the deaded Dremmel! I used a tiny router bit that cut the aluminum quickly, carefully measuring every pass for depth of cut and keeping it square. After about another half hour or so, I finally got a snug fit and bolted it down. Finally, it's done and looks great! It seems almost as if it were machined as part of the receiver. It turned out well with all the problems, but you'd think the quality control might have been better? I hope all this helps other people that might experience the same issues....
Overpriced, even didn't come with Allen wrench
I'd have given it 4 star if it came with an Allen wrench. How could you charge almost $60 and send the product WITHOUT an Allen wrench (costs a few cents!), so INCONSIDERATE of your company
Excellent product for an older Ruger MKII
Was having trigger work done so had the gunsmith install the scope mount while he was at it. Which because of the tight tolerances was good because he had the tools to do so easily. The scope mount mount is very well made and provides a VERY solid base to put your scope or red dot. Glad I found this product!!!
Ruger Mark II Target
Worked great after a little extra filing to get the base to slide into rear sight dovetail slot but not that big of a deal. After mounting of rail the complete unit fit perfect. Proper tools and work area would have made the fitting of the base a lot easier but i survived and the mount looks great.
No drill scope mount
very easy to instal,...does the job
Great product, easily fitted and tight fit. Direction for better fit helped a lot by filing sharp edges. Love the outcome.
Mount worked great. Went in fairly easy and held my Bushnell Reddot great thru 100 rounds.
After 500 rounds this mount has not even attempted to move on me. Very innovative design that works flawlessly.