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Ohhunt AK 47/74 Rear Sight Rail Mount for Red Dot Sight Low Profile

Ohhunt AK 47/74 Rear Sight Rail Mount for Red Dot Sight Low Profile

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The ohhunt AK Rear Sight Rail replaces your AKs rear sight with a Picatinny rail for mounting low profile optics to your rifle. The unique design allows both horizontal and vertical level adjustment to ensure your optic is aligned properly with the bore. As a bonus, it features a back-up rear sight for reference aiming or emergency use should the optic fail.

How To Install AK's Rear Sight Rail?  Installation Instructions

AK Rear Sight Rail Features:

  1. Customizable level adjustment (up/down, left/right) 
  2. Hardcoat anodized 6061 aircraft aluminum
  3. Recommended for use with Low Profile or Micro Red Dot Sight
  4. Integrated back-up rear sight
  5. (3) M3 countersunk hex screws
  6. (1) M3 oval head screw
  • Model Number: AK Rear Sight Rail
  • Rail Type: Picatinny/Weaver
  • Platform: AK-47/AK-74
  • Length: 100mm, 150mm
  • Finishes: Matte
  • Material: 6061 aircraft aluminum
  • Pieces: 1
  • No. of Rails: 1
  • Weight: 50g
  • Item Package Dimensions(L x W x H): 18 x 4 x 4 cm
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Customer Reviews

Based on 39 reviews
Joseph H.

Ohhunt AK 47/74 Rear Sight Rail Mount for Red Dot Sight Low Profile

Kim S.w.
Great item

Installed GHK AKM airsoft
It's installed well


Ohhunt AK 47/74 Rear Sight Rail Mount for Red Dot Sight Low Profile


Ordered 2 of these. They Seem quality made, but missing screws, sits too high, and no response from customer service.

Hi, There may be some misunderstandings. we did replied to you but we did't heard back from you either ......

Joshua B.
Sure beat out the $170 Midwest side mount

Had to use 6 small M3 washers from Lowe’s on the right hand side of the M3 **** between the mount and receiver to keep it centered and from wobbling BUT , with blue loctite and after a couple hundred rounds it’s working so far on my PSA GF3 AK47

Samuel S.R.

Envío Rápido y Preciso lo Recomiendo Gracias.

Alan F.
Good value for the money but does have an issue

One of the issues with getting old is that you can't focus iron sights very well. I don't shoot my AK much anymore, so I thought if I put a red dot on it, I might. Problem is, there is nowhere to mount one on the stock rifle.
I researched various picatinny rail options. Using the hand guard or the top cover were rejected due to potential movement and having to constantly adjust the sight. A side mount was too expensive for a casual use gun. That left replacing the rear sight with a rail like the Ohunt.

I looked at the various models available and couldn't really see any difference between the $50, $30 and $15 offerings. They all looked identical, seem to have the same features and mounting screws. So I picked the cheapest one... the Ohunt, after all aluminum is aluminum.

It arrived in just a couple of days after ordering from their website, well packaged.
The first thing I noticed was no instructions, but I'm experienced and can usually figure it out. The unit itself appears well-made and anodizing is very good. The rear fiber optic inserts are a little larger than I expected, but I actually like the larger size as it is easier to acquire the sight picture if using the irons. Also note that it does sit higher, and you will have to make some kind of pad for a cheek rest or learn to shoot bobble head style.

Figuring out how to get the existing sight leaf off was a problem until I saw the drill-press method on YouTube (another 'bubba' tried using vice grips -what a joke-wonder how many scratches he put in his gun). Removing the rear leaf was a breeze. Installing the Ohunt rail wasn't difficult, but the long horizontal **** will need to be cut off (dremel time). I also added a thin plastic washer between the nut and sight base to protect my finish.
Be sure to check clearance of the top hand guard removal lever on the side- it can hit the rail thru-bolt if your not paying attention. It appears you can insert the thru-bolt from either direction- I put the hex head on the left and cut the right side-even, so I had to grind the nut thinner to get my lever to clear.

Some reviewers had trouble with the rail flopping around on recoil-they probably didn't use the 3 setscrews properly to lock the rail in position. You can use the rear center **** to level the rail with the barrel, and then use the two front screws to apply pressure to lock the unit in place. It won't move when done right. Before locking them down, I used a bubble level to align the rail and the barrel. After range testing the setup, I then used blue loctite on each **** individually.

One glaring issue with this type of mount is that the rear of the rail can still move side to side-negating your sight-in.
I tried to minimize this by making a 1/8" thick rubber 'pad' that fits inside the width of the orig sight base and that the rear rail **** goes thru.
Although a good bump can still move the rail, this helps minimize it under normal range use, thus the 3 stars. I may try some glue to keep the rubber from moving. There needs to be some design thought applied to solving this issue. This experience is just one more example I prefer the AR platform

Thank you very much for your review, we are continuously improving this product.

Samuel S.R.

Exelent Thank you Fast shipping I buy again

Ian H.
Ehhh, you can make it work, grab loctite, quiksteel and possibly a grinder

I ordered this for my psl54, they have the same rear sight as an ak, and while it did fit, it didn't work out right out of the box. I'd loved to have instructions, if not in the box at least available online, that would have made installation a little easier, you must take the leaf spring out, that was what frustrated me. And use you have the bolt tightened and the set screws adjusted, you'll find there is still slight play, so zero would be impossible. And if you do manage to get it tight, you'll find the set screws will loosen in less than 5 shots so loctite or super glue is a must as well. But, if you used loctite on the set screws, use the nut and bolt to adjust the right angle for the rail using the front sight as a good reference, I also had to grind 45 degree notches in the back so it wouldn't have any play and rest in the back of the rear sight base, and then used quiksteel to make a solid base where the rear sight base meets the rail and also between the front two set screws, it'll stay solid as a rock. If your not the kind of person to do this to a 3k dollar rifle find a different alternative. Also you will have to grind the bolt down if you insert it from the left side it's long enough to get in the way of the take down lever for the foregrip, once again something that would have been addressed if simple instructions where given.

Anastassia T.

Good ptoduct!