Things I liked: Quick Mounting,Easy Site in, Bright optics, Great Value. batteries easily found. I have only used the small dot but that was all I needed. No need to try to change. Especially after I read that the point of impact could change with reticle change. I do not know if this is correct, but was shooitng fine the way it was.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing
Things I liked: they are self explanatory as far as their use.
Things I would have changed: I think they should be wider with 2 screws and put more pressure on clamping to the barrel. I also think that the milling of said should be more circular not oval.
What others should know: Ok I got these to mount a scope on and old Crossman 180. I read all the reviews and all the different systems that others shooters employed to get these to work, I also tried some of their suggestions. None work because when you tighten up the scope bases on this mount the very nature of you tightening the screws on the scope mounts opens these mounts. Well I got them to work and I do not know if anyone else is this desperate but I applied CA Glue (super glue ) to the inside of these mounts before I attached them where I wanted to mount the scope. I also let some drip into the gap at the top to allow it to go down between the intermount and the barrel. You may think I am nuts but it worked, Just shot my third squirrel with it. ) Desperate men will do desperate things. The scope seems to be nice and tight. This rifle has very little recoil so should hold up well.
Things I liked: Easy to use
Things I would have changed: should be wider so could use 2 screws
What others should know: The very nature of scope mounts pinch the top of this system and opens the brackets to lose purchase. I made mine work believe it or not using superglue and glued to to the top of the barrel on and old Crosman 180. Very little recoil and seems to work but not ideal.
Things I liked: can focus at 5 meters
Things I would have changed: noithing
What others should know: Good value for the dollar. Mounted it to old Crossman 180. Nice combo.