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United States Patent Application 20180023925
Kind Code A1
Purcella; Roger Wesley January 25, 2018



This scope mount will fit a Mosin Nagant rifle and with a little adjustment will fit 25 other rifles, it has a stabilizer bar that will fit snugly across the front of the receiver with 2 screws, it will attach to the mount with 3 screws attaching the mount to the side of the receiver, it will stabilize and secure the mount, it has a picatinny rail all the way across the top that will hold any scope of any kind.

Inventors: Purcella; Roger Wesley; (Artesia, NM)
Name City State Country Type

Purcella; Roger Wesley



Family ID: 1000002939321
Appl. No.: 15/136406
Filed: April 22, 2016

Current U.S. Class: 1/1
Current CPC Class: F41G 11/003 20130101
International Class: F41G 11/00 20060101 F41G011/00


1. This scope mount is made of aircraft aluminum and mounts to the receiver of the rifle with 3 screws and has a stabilizer bar that attaches to the mount with 2 screws and holds the mount firmly attached to the rifle, which creates more stability and more accuracy. The top of the mount has a full picatinny rail that will allow for any scope ring or red dot sight to be attached and will put the scope or sight directly over the bore. This mount attaches to the split receiver with the mount on one side and the stabilizer on the other side which holds firmly. This mount does not affect the sights that come on the rifle and only a small amount of the stock will need to be removed to accommodate the stabilizer bar to wrap around the receiver, you will not be able to see the small amount filed down for the stabilizer. A bent bolt may be needed depending on your rifle but this only adds to the ease of use with the position of the bolt. This mount will add to your accuracy and stability with the mount not moving or wobbling.

[0001] FIG. 1: (1) Top of the mount, (2) picatinny rail all the way across (3) side piece of the top mount.

[0002] FIG. 2: (9) Left side view of the mount, (4) the picatinny rail that goes all the way across the top of the mount, (5) this is the gap between the rail and the straight side that attached to the receiver, (6) these are the slots that the connect the stabilizer bar and the actual mount, (7) these are the holes that will be screwed to the receiver, these will need to be drilled and tapped. (8) raised lip that raised the rail above the receiver.

[0003] FIG. 3: (10) the picatinny rail that goes all the way across the top of the mount, (11) is the side of the picatinny rail, (12) the gap that raises the rail up above the receiver (13) slots that the stabilizer bar attaches to and rest on, 2 screws will hold them together, (14) the 3 screw holes that will allow the mount to attach to the side of the receiver.

[0004] FIG. 4: (15) this is the stabilizer bar that wraps around the receiver and attaches to the mount with (16) 2 screws that will go through the stabilizer bar and into the mount.


[0005] FIG. 1: this is the view of the side that will be mounted onto the rifle.

[0006] FIG. 2: this is the top view of the mount showing the picatinny rail that goes all the way across.

[0007] FIG. 3: this is the end view of the mount with the stabilizer attached.

[0008] FIG. 4: this is the stabilizer bar that holds this mount securely and safely, it is attached to the underside of the mount and wraps around the other side of the receiver.


[0009] This scope mount is made of aircraft grade aluminum and can be anodized any color wanted. It is light weight and is user friendly. On the left side of this mount, there are 3 screw holes that will line up on the left side of the receiver and they will need to be drilled and tapped to fit also on the left side will be 2 slots that will allow the stabilizer bar to attach to the mount, the stabilizer bar will wrap over the receiver and fit snugly into the stock. The stock whether it is wood or an archangel stock will need a small amount filed down to accommodate the end of the bar. The top of the mount contains a full picatinny rail that will align straight over the bore and you will be able to use any scope or red dot sight that you like to use. The stabilizer bar will be attached and fitted first to the receiver and then the mount will attach to the stabilizer bar with the 2 screws and then you will align the mount over the bore and mark the 3 screws that will need to be drilled and tapped. Depending on the bend of your bolt you may need to change your bolt for a bent bolt to accommodate the mount. When the mount is attached you can add any scope you like using the full picatinny rail on top. This mount will add eye relief to the user and will increase accuracy and stability to your rifle.

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