MAK is a German company, specialized in mounting solutions for optics. Their offer also includes riflescopes and red dot sights. MAK's products, made with topmost precision, are known for their high quality. To appease every need when it comes to mounting solutions, MAK has many series of mounts in their offer.
CZ stands for Ceská Zbrojovka. The company headquarters are based in Uhersky Brod, a small town in the Czech Republic. The present-day CZ was set-up in 1936 as a subsidiary of CZ Strakonice, which was, in turn, a subsidiary of Zbrojovka Brno – the armaments industry grew rapidly in the new Czechoslovakia at the time, and Uhersky Brod seemed like a great location since it was secluded and lay beyond the range of German bombers. In 1939, German forces occupied Czechoslovakia and the company was renamed to Böhmische Waffenwerke. Until 1945, they made machine guns LK-30 and MG-17 for the German army. After World War II, Russians gained control of the entire region and the company was nationalized by the communist government. Along with firearms, the company produced parts for the CZ 125 motorcycle and parts for sewing machines. In 1957, they started producing Model 58 assault rifle, a Czech version of AK-47. In 1961, the renowned Skorpion machine pistol entered production. The famous CZ 75 pistol was launched in 1975. Ceská Zbrojovka became an independent company in May 1992 when the “iron curtain” fell. Today, they are one of the biggest manufacturers of light firearms. CZ 75, the famous pistol, is used as a basis by many other firearm manufacturers.
CZ 527 is a bolt-action rifle, available in many designs. The standard version was introduced in 1990. The action is of the Mauser type (controlled feed). These are the calibers that 527 is chambered in (not every rifle is available in all the listed calibers): .17 Rem., .17 Hornet., .22 Hornet., .204 Ruger., .221 Fireball, .222 Rem., .223 Rem., 6.5 mm Grendel., .300 AAC Blackout and 7.62x39. Lux, FS, and Carbine variations of the rifle are made in accordance with the European style while the American, Varmint, and Prestige variations are American-oriented. There are no mounting holes on the receiver but a 16.5mm dovetail instead. There is a recoil lug on the left side of the rear dovetail part.
Rifles Sako M10, Sako TRG (all models), Brno Fox, Tikka T3, CZ 527, Brunner 16, Brno ZKM 611 and Brno ZKB 680 have a 16.5mm dovetail on the receiver for mounting purposes.
Even though these rifles have a 16.5 mm dovetail on the receiver, there is a difference in the position of the recoil lug. Rifles CZ 527, Brunner 16, Brno ZKM 611, BRNO ZKB 680 and Brno Fox have the recoil lug positioned in the same place, which is why they share the same mounts.
A: / (no holes)
B: / (no holes)
C: / (no holes)
BHU: 0 mm
R1: Prisma 16.5
R2: Prisma 16.5
MAKuick mounts are robust and reliable. They offer a 100 % repeatability, meaning that the user can remove them and put them back onto the rifle without the need to re-zero. MAKuick mounts are designed so that they can withstand the recoil of even the most powerful calibers out there. They are lightweight because both the base and the rings are made from aluminum. The whole system that is in contact with the rifle (the clamping assembly) is made from steel. MAKuick is a versatile series of mounts – it allows mounting of all sorts of rings, all sorts of mounting rails (LM, ZM/VM, SR, Convex), different adapters that allow mounting of other devices such as ATN X-Sight; Pulsar Digisight, Apex, Trail; Fortuna devices etc. MAKuick mounts made for the mounting of riflescopes with a rail underneath are made of one part. Because of this, they are more robust, durable and reliable. For digital and thermal optical devices, the buyer has to pick a MAKuick base with four holes on which rings are usually put. Instead of the rings, the user mounts an adapter on top that works as a connector between the thermal optics and the MAKuick base. MAK makes one-piece MAKuick bases for the following rifles: CZ 527, CZ 550, Merkel KR 1, Merkel RX Helix – also fits on all Picatinny rails, Sauer 303, Sako 75, Sako 85 S, Sako 85 M, Tikka T3 and Blaser rifles. They also make a MAKuick base for break barrel rifles with a 12 mm dovetail and for break barrel rifles with a 14.5 mm dovetail (usually found on Czech break barrel rifles).
In the MAKuick series, mounts for the following types of rails are currently produced: LM, ZM/VM, SR, and Convex. The BH height of the base is 12 mm. Mounting a riflescope with a rail underneath on the rifle is more simple than mounting with rings – the riflescope is automatically horizontally aligned with the rifle's barrel when mounted, no extra adjustments are necessary. The mount is made out of one part.
First, the user has to make sure that the rifle is fixed (it is advised that the rifle is put into a rifle holder). Once the mount is slid into the dove-tail grooves and fixed by rotating the levers for 180°, the lock screws have to be unscrewed. The user then adjusts the clamping force of the adjustment screws with a hex key so that they are tightened but not too tightened. The lock screws have to be re-tightened to complete the mounting procedure. Once the riflescope is put into the ring mount, no lapping is required. The rings do not have to be glued. Nevertheless, some gunsmiths prefer to glue them to ensure that the riflescope does not move during shots. The recommended tightening torque is 2.2 Nm.
The product has a warranty period of 10 years.
|In production since||N/A|
|BH height||12 mm|
|Extension (KR)||KR 0.0 mm|
|Mount Type||Detacheable mounts|
|Mounts Fashion||Direct Mounts, One-Piece Mount, Repeatable Mounts|
|Scope / Sight type||S&B Convex Rail|