Audere Adversus Gen 2 35mm (20 Moa Black)
The Audere Adversus Gen 2 35mm (20 Moa Black), compatible with any 1913 or NATO rail, is optimized for its use on sniper rifle systems and targets users from military forces, law enforcement and shooting sports.
The ScopeLink interfaces, situated all over the mount, make it acts as a modular system configurable by attaching multiple optical accessories.
Each part is CNC machined from a single piece of 7075-T651 aluminium with tolerances that guarantee the best return to zero.
Their design ensures required system’s pressure and stability in all conditions to prevent any shift of the scope, without provoking its deformation or damage.
• Extremely solid and durable mount
• ScopeLink interfaces for attaching multiple optical accessories
• Designed to maximize zero repeatability
• Compatible with any 1913 or NATO rail
• Manufactured from 7075-T651 aluminium
• Finished with Type 3 Hardcoat anodizing (MIL-A-8625 TYPE 3)
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More About Audere
Audere is a Latin word which means “to dare” and is foundational principle of this company based in San Marino, where it has been established in 2016 as a manufacturer of firearm accessories. Audere aims to propose innovative, efficient and reliable products, therefore every project is dictated by a list of mission-driven requirements to ensure a coherent development of the products.
The company studies, develops and manufactures the highest quality, cutting-edge tactical equipment and small arms accessories targeting a broad spectrum of users from military forces, law enforcement, shooting sports and hunting.
Thanks to its multidisciplinary team of professionals from both engineering and firearm fields, the company is able to follow products development during its entire process, in compliance with project requirements.
Currently, main product series include optic mounts, rail systems and muzzle devices, nevertheless the R&D department is continuously focused on progress, designing and prototyping future series by means of latest technologies.