A.R.M.S. mounts at Omaha Outdoors are the direct descendants of the original throw lever mounts patented by Dick Swan decades ago, the throw levers that went to war in the early stages of the War on Terror. Having received feedback on potential improvements that could be made to the design, ARMS has come out with the robust and adjustable MK-II mounts in single and double throw lever versions for everything from the tiny Aimpoint T-2 to the little Trijicon MRO to the biggest ACOG. Because dovetail size can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, the MK-II mount's throw lever is adjustable to fit larger or smaller variations of the Picatinny rail as needed by the end user.
Not to be forgotten are the wide variety of sights made by A.R.M.S., including the polymer #71-L front and rear sights which quickly spring into place when activated while offering a very low street price and the metal #40 and #40L, the latter having an NSN and being in use by the US Military. There's also the #41B Silhouette sight, a folding front sight which takes on the appearance of a standard front sight base but folds out of the way when not needed. Unlike the stock FSB, the 41-B and 41-B-L attach with screws or crossbolts in a clamping position. There's even a bayonet-lug-compatible version if you need your folding front sight to maintain the stabby stabby option.
If you need independent scope rings, you're in luck. Utilizing the new MK-II lever, the A.R.M.S. scope rings are available in high, low, and medium heights for 30mm tubes along with a 34mm ring option. You can even attach a rail to the top of your scope ring for the attachment of another optic, such as an MRDS.