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SJC C-more Side Ways Mount

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$149.99
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Product Description

SJC Side Ways C-more Mount:
Models available for the following frames: G17, G34, G17L, G22, G35, G24.G20, G21,G31,G37, 9mm M&P, 40 s&w M&P


The SJC Side Ways C-more Mount allows installation of a c-more slide ride optic onto your Glock or M&P pistols.  The side ways mounting position keeps the dot centered and low to the bore axis while virtually eliminating ejection clearance problems due to c-more site installation.  The mount comes with all the directions, screws, and the bushings that must be permanently installed into the frame.  The SJC Side Ways Mount can be installed on any of the following frames: G17, G34, G17L, G22, G35, G24.G20, G21,G31,G37, 9mm M&P full size, 40 s&w M&P full size, making a fully functioning open pistol for competition or hunting.  
Yes, we kept the exact same pattern and screw size as our other Glock mounts.




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  1. SJC Cmore mount 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th May 2015

    SJC Cmore side way mount- go this way for open Glocks- and you'll never look back. I had the SJC straight up mount for 11 months- then went this way after shooting a SJC side way Cmore mount-
    Buy this one first- never any fine tuning as with the up straight mount- also puts the dot closer over th barrel.


  2. Please read 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Dec 2014

    I purchased the sideways mount and the 11 chamber .40 Comp.

    Observations so far--11 chamber .40 comp is awesome--gun doesn't move! 135g SJHP over 9.5g of Accurate #5 = perfect. Do not buy the smaller SJC Comp for the.40 Caliber--it will not tame the beast. Get the 11 chamber. I bought both, no comparison. One issue I do NOT like--SJC sells the 11 chamber comp without set screws to secure the comp to the barrel--they recommend using red loctite to secure the comp to your barrel. I'll throw the bullshit flag on this one--I clean my weapons thoroughly after every firing. I had to machine set screws on the comp so I could disassemble after EVERY firing. Not hard to do-just one more trip to Ace Hardware. I would be reluctant to clean often if I had to melt the red Loctite after every firing. Tell me how dirty my gun will be before it starts to malfunction, and I will leave the comp on that long. You can't, so please make it easier to disassemble.
    As far as the mount is concerned, the sideways mount is a beast of a mount. So far, all I have done is sight in my Glock 35. I have not shot a match yet. The mount appears sturdy and zero was fast, steady and held true over 150 rds. I will follow up after my first match. More to follow (from SJC; Greg, improper tigtening of set screws on long comps causes baffle strikes. As we do not want to assoc. with a dangerous situation we have not used set screws. Additionally, the threads in aluminum comps will not hold up to repeated removal and re-installation. Please read our Open Pistol Cleaning and Lubrication directions under our customer service tab)