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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Theoharis from USA on 2010-09-15 07:32:10Things I liked:Built like a tank. I have used 3 BKL 260-D7's on 2 RWS Diana 350 Magnum Springers and a Diana 36 (same as 34) and have put thousands of shots through them. The BKL 260 mounts has never shifted. I have never had to tighten any of the mount or ring screws either.
Things I would have changed:Make one with high rings.
What others should know:The 260D7 with the droop compensation comes with medium-height rings. Unfortunately this configuration limits you to using scopes with up to and including a 40mm obj. lens only, since the rings sit kind of low. There is a BKL260 with high rings but it does not compensate for any droop in your barrel. If you have no droop, I highly recommend the regular 260 mount. You will never have scope shift problems ever again. Be aware BKL makes a med-heigh 260 as well. I recommend the high ring 260 if you have a 44mm or larger scope.
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By Mike from USA on 2012-08-05 13:21:27Things I liked:Seems to be a solid mount..
Things I would have changed:More screws on top of mounts, Directions, No directions
What others should know:I still had to shim my scope to get the Tech Force 99 to fire close to the center of the target,,