Optics & Scope Mounts:

Easy, flexible and 100% accurate

The Blaser Saddle Mount revolutionized the connection of rifle and rifle scope. Once zeroed, the scope can be removed and returned with minimum effort and remains zeroed. Without any problem different rifle scopes can be mounted on one barrel.
Four inconspicuous notches on the barrel, situated at the level of the chamber, hold the one-piece base tension-free. This allows the barrel to float completeley free. No further adjustments on the rifle are necessary and there is no annoying mount swivel.

Every Blaser hunting rifle is prepared for the Saddle Mount.


Insert the Saddle Mount in the notches on the barrel while the locking levers are open.


Push down the locking levers with your thumb. Now the mount is locked on the barrel without causing tension. Fold down the locking levers, so that they do not disturb when using the rifle.


This is how the rifle scope is mounted correctly. After zeroing in, the rifle scope can be detached and rettached as often as required.

Optional Upgrades

Scope Mounts

Saddle mount ZEISS rail

Sattelmontage Zeiss
  • for ZEISS ZM and VM rifle scopes with patented inner rail

Saddle mount Swarovski rail

Sattelmontage Schmidt&Bender
  • for Swarovski rifle scopes with patented Swarovski inner rail

Saddle mount Schmidt&Bender rail

Sattelmontage Schmidt&Bender
  • for Schmidt&Bender rifle scopes with patented Schmidt & Bender inner rail

Saddle mount Prisma

Sattelmontage Prisma
  • for rifle scopes with prism rail on the central tube

Saddle mount with mounting rings

  • ring diameters 25.4mm (1"), 30 mm or 34 mm

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