-Fits inside a Geissele MK14 with a 1/10" to spare on the bottom.
-Materials used are high quality.
-Simple but effective design.
-Easy to install.
-Clamp-on > Set/Pinned.
-Takes a TON of abuse before it seizes.
-SLR customer service is top of the food chain.
-Easy to over-tighten, use your brain and a torque wrench. Not your guessing skills.
-Hasn't given me more cons to include here.
Worked wonders on a 308 build. Sentry7+RaptorSD CH and I can shoot my pig no glasses with my face right over top of the rail. Just bought another for a suppressed 10.3 ar15. Though a third screw would look bad in terms of aesthetics, I think it might be better for the design. (Less strain on bolts, even the pressure out on the barrel, increase surface area for more clamping force.)
SLR: Please publish a study that compares clampon to set screw/pinned styles to shut up the naysayers. It's about time people are served some solid information on the subject.