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Spuhr – M203 Mount For AK5C

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Swedish Air Force Rangers using AK5C with M203 attached via Spuhr’s forend that is permanently attached to M203 along with the Spuhr M203 sight with Aimpoint.

This solution provides 24 hour capability on the 40mm as well as increased accuracy.


Enforce Tac – Spuhr G3 Stock Now Available 

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

The R410 G3 Stock from Spuhr is now available. They were developed for the Swedish Army to give a higher check weld when using optics and will be used to configure designated marksman rifles. There are four different cheek pieces available to adjust comb. Additionally, thanks to six positions means length of pull is now adjustable from 12.5 cm to 15.75 cm. Finally, it can be also used on the MP-5 and G-33.

Spuhr products are available in Germany through Pol-Tec.


AUSA – Spuhr AB Introduces Production QDP Mounts To Their Line

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

At SHOT Show, Spuhr exhibited pre-production versions of their new Quick Detach Picatinny series. The mounts have the same layout as their standard mounts. However, they’ve moved the side clamp from the right side to the left to avoid spent round ejection as well as any right side mounted controls.

In case you were wondering, this is the Spuhr QDP 4002 which offers 34mm tube compatibility and 1.5″ from centerline to top of Picatinny rail and no tilt. It’s shipping now, but additional models are coming.

One other difference is that they moved the logo on the QDP series in order to accommodate Spuhr interface holes for accessory mounting.

Spuhr AB products are available for unit and agency orders through Quantico Tactical.

Spuhr’s G3 Stock

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Håkan Spuhr has been working on this collapsible stock for the G3 for about 6 years.  Having been smacked in the cheekbone with the issue stock, I can say, this upgrade is most welcome. 

At IWA he told me it was where he wanted it.  Coming soon!

Spuhr Talks Mil Std 1913

Sunday, March 6th, 2016

This was written by Håkan Spuhr and I thought it was worth sharing.

Top is NATO drawing of Stanag 4694, the backcompatible replacement for picatinny Mil-std 1913.

Lower is one “so called picatinny” and there is a lot of those violations of standard out there.

To put it simple, crossslots should be minimum 5.23mm and square in bottom and there should be 10mm C-C betwen them.

If there not is that, it’s not a Picatinny, and not a NATO rail either!

And it does matter if God’s own Armoury have produced the rail, it’s simply wrong!

Spuhr AB Makes Mount For FBI HRT T-2s

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015


This is the mount selected by the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team for use with the Aimpoint T-2 optic. The mount comes in four different heights, 22mm, 30mm, 39mm and 42mm.  Additionally, it incorporates the Spuhr interfaces on one side, so the user can hang a laser or something else, directly on to the mount.



MDM – Quantico Tactical – Spuhr AB

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

It’s always a pleasure to speak with Håkan Spuhr and I had a chance at the Quantico Tactical booth. He had a variety of products but this Adjustment Device for lasers and laser range finders caught my eye. Here, we see it paired with the Spuhr Accessory Ring which allows the mounting of various accessories to a spotting scope.


It allows the user to zero the LRF to the same zero as the spotting scope with an adjustment range of +/- 10 mils at .25 mils per click. The LRF can be detached and reattached without losing zero. Additionally, the LRF can be mounted to a tripod.


It’s a two-piece design with the male portion attached to the Laser Range Finder and the female portion or base, is attached to the Accessory Ring.



SHOT Show – Spuhr AB

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

I always enjoy visiting with Håkan Spuhr. He consistently offers up now, innovative products, year after year. This SHOT Show he showed me his Ballistic Adjustment Module designed for use with rifles and machine guns.


It’s a unimount for the Aimpoint M4 and magnifier which adjusts for elevation. That’s right, the mount moves up and down with distance settings found on an ambidextrous knob at the front of the BAM. The 50/200m setting is considered zero and in addition to visible settings there is a tactile “tongue” on the knob to determine zero position.


While there are 5.56mm (50/200, 400, 600, 800m) and 7.62mm (50/200, 400, 600, 800, 1000m) settings, quantity purchasers can specify custom distance settings.


Håkan exhibited at SHOT Show with Mile High Shooting Accessories.