Rail space is a precious commodity when mounting aiming lasers and weapon lights to your rifle. When mounting your weapon light, it can become tedious and expensive to find the correct fitment between your light and the aiming laser device. Overbore Systems has found a solution to that problem with the SWVL.
By Drew Bryant February 15th, 2023, theloadoutblog.com
Rail space is a precious commodity when mounting aiming lasers and weapon lights to your rifle. When mounting your weapon light, it can become tedious and expensive to find the correct fitment between your light and the aiming laser device. Overbore Systems has found a solution to that problem with the SWVL. The SWVL allows the end user to quickly adjust the position of the weapon light for proper clearance between their light and laser.
Below is the product description of the SWVL by Overbore Systems.
The Problem? Users have to purchase a variety of light mounts in order to find the correct fitment for their setup which can get expensive and leave room for improved fit. This problem is further complicated when passive laser aiming devices are added, like the MAWL where the body of the laser overhangs on one side of the rail, or a suppressor where the diameter is larger than the handguard.
Our unique raised and offset lobe allows for the maximum range of articulation, because of this, the user is able to fit the light body to their specific handguard, weapon light, and passive aiming setup with ease. Additionally, because the lobe is not centered over the centerline of the mount is reversible allowing further locational optimization.
Unlike conventional fixed position mounts, when making adjustments to lasers or even simply removing them, one can merely loosen the center bolt and swivel the WML out of the way and swivel it back in when completed. This functionality is often found on the Scout pro or other articulating light mounts, however the SWVL has the added advantage of packageability providing the best fit every time.
The SWVL from Overbore Systems is currently sold out on their website, but you can be notified when it is back in stock. The SWVL retails for $85 MSRP. For more on the SWVL and Overbore Systems, click here.
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