Versatile mounting of a PVS-14
A large pitfall of the PVS-14 is the factory J arm. We say this because we know that MOST users end up eventually running a bridged setup or binos. They purchase a G11 mount for a J arm now, only to spend a few hundred dollars more shortly down the road for something like a G24. The G24 along with other mount models utilize a Milspec dovetail adapter. This is ideal, especially for users considering a binocular device purchase in their future.
Much more versatile, even lighter weight
This is the ideal mount to go along with your new PVS14 Monocular. This mount is less than half the weight and much more stiff than a milspec J-Arm. The Ax14 features a rotating knuckle providing a tight stow against the helmet as well as allowing the monocular to swivel away from the eye temporarily. This mount method also provides a slight rearward-swept monocular position to offer greater helmet compatibility. Your PVS14 will be more stable than ever with the multiple anti-rotation features this J-Arm provides. The joints are reinforced and have stainless steel washers for smoother operation. 316 stainless steel and mil spec anodized aluminum hardware along with being Maritime rated make it extremely durable. Users can run their PVS14 over their right OR left eye when using this mount.
We recommend this product for anyone who wants to run a bridged setup
If you have even the slightest notion that you eventually will own binos or a bridged setup, consider grabbing the AX14. The price is right, it is feature rich, and you can focus more on training, less on stressing about that G11 mount that you no longer need when you upgrade to binos.
Consider grabbing the AX14. If you think a G11 is best for now, you can find that mount HERE.
Much better than the stock arm. Theres another generation “Pro” out but this seems adequate.