Date: 29/3/2017 16:31
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RWS Lock Down 1-Pc Mount w/1" Rings, 11mm Dovetail, Barrel Droop Compensation

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  • robert from USA asked:

    will the rws lock down mount work on model 25 marlin and 4 pwr redfield tracker scope?

    • Maya from USA asked:

      What is the shipping weight of this item?

      • Colleen from USA asked:

        Will this mount work on a Gamo Whisper Fusion IGT with a Gamo 3-9x40AO scope? The beefed up stock rail has dual stop pins and I've read that this mount won't fit on or with some rifles/scopes. I'd like to know before purchasing!

        • Chris from USA asked:

          Will this fit an RWS Diana 34 with T05 trigger?

          • Steve from USA asked:

            .025 correction per "what"??? The correction number is meaningless without that.

            • Norman from USA:

              So I am guessing its suppose to be .012 instead of .025 . Anyway it moved my point of impact up approx. 10 inches Probably within scope adjustment range. BUT I went a bit further and shimmed the rear of the scope up .016 and got the point of impact to 5 inches low . SO with 1 and 1/4 turns of up adjustment got me on bulls eye

            • Norman from USA:

              I hear you Steve ! . 30 yards = 90 feet X 12 inches = 1080 inches x .025 = 27 inch at 30 yards sight in distance. here is what I found on my FWB 124 My FWB 124 was shooting 19 inch low with straight mount at 30 yards . With a factory Zeroed Scope . With this mount it now shoots 10 inches low

            • arthur from USA:

              you need to multiply .025 by inches you are shooting

          • Awini from India asked:

            Is this an ideal mount for an RWS Model 54 Air King?

            • Cory from USA:

              This mount would work, I would suggest a mount with double strap rings as an extra measure.

          • motorscooter from USA asked:

            will this fit hw50s?

            • Jerry from USA:

              yes

          • micheal from USA asked:

            What is the length?

            • Jerry from USA:

              4 and 5/8"

          • Edward from USA asked:

            will this fit a RWS 350 Mag

            • Erika from U.S. Virgin Islands:

              Yes, it will

          • Manuel Elio from USA asked:

            Which way is the arrow supposed to point?

            • Erika from U.S. Virgin Islands:

              It is supposed to point towards the barrel, not towards the shooter

          • Roger from India asked:

            Would this fit on RWS 460 .22 Magnum with T06 Trigger?

            • Erika from U.S. Virgin Islands:

              Yes, it will

          • James from USA asked:

            Is this compatible with my Hatsan 125.

            • Philip from USA:

              I ordered 2 for the exact guns, then was afraid these were RWS specific. Of course, after I mounted them, I decided to check here for a Q&A. Seem to mount up just fine! Thanks for posting the Q and Q'ing it yourself.

            • James from USA:

              After ordering this product the answer to my question is yes it will work on the Hatsan 125 and the Hatsan 95 both.

          • Ted from USA asked:

            Will this work with Diana 34 with a T06 trigger?

            • Dan the Man from USA:

              Yes it will.

          • David from USA asked:

            How much is the barrel droop compensation?

            • Norman from USA:

              My FWB 124 was shooting 19 inch low with straight mount at 30 yards . With this mount it now shoots 10 inches low

            • Dan the Man from USA:

              .025 of an inch

          • Ron from USA asked:

            Will these mount work with the Leaper 4x19 AO 40 mm scope and clear the gun barrel?

            • Tyler from USA:

              Yes the 40mm objective should be fine.

          • frank from USA asked:

            Will this mount accommodate a 50A/O scope?

            • Tyler from USA:

              I wouldn't recommend it. You should go with a high scope mount

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