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Things I liked: Very solid design! More than enough adjustability to get POI on, while maintaining optical zero on your scope. After studying the mount a while I found it very easy to set up. Once set, it stays put! I installed one on my Pro-Sport and another on my 97K. I used this mount with a 50mm objective Hawke Airmax on my Pro-Sport and a 56mm objective Hawke Sidewinder on my 97K, plenty of clearance.
Things I would have changed: Rest should start out at level but it does not. It already has droop compensation built in even at it's lowest setting, which was too much on both of my rifles. I modified the steel collar for back ring to allow rest to start out at a level position. I was then able to add only a slight amount of adjustment to achieve POI at 30 yards.
What others should know: Remove all screws, clean entire mount, threads, etc. study how it works. While no torque specs were given, I used 35 in. lbs. for the 6 base screws, 30 in. lbs. on smaller ring mount screws and 17 in. lbs for the cap screws.
Things I liked: Great idea. On paper this looks like any long range gunner's answer to a prayer.....
Things I would have changed: The execution leaves much to be desired. The instructions, instead of specifying inch pounds of tightness say to loosen the ring mounts so they can move easily with finger pressure. A third grader could have written that. Its not technical language and leaves much to be desired. The rear ring came off the mount during installation. Uggh! Okay so nothing other than pressure was holding it in place. Are you kidding me???? Something that is designed to move uses pressure to hold it down? No locking mechanism under on the bottom of the pivot point? Sighting in became an absolute nightmare. My AirForce Condor is tricked out. I have DYOTAT valve hammer and spring. I have a carbon fiber bottle on the gun capable of 4350 PSI, and was running tethered at 3200 PSI through a Ninja regulating fill valve. I have a 32" TJ barrel. The gun kicks 2." The rear rings kept coming UP as I was sighting in. I kept adding inch pounds of torque. 20 to the rear, 16 to the front. Will it damage my Vortex Viper?
What others should know: Be forewarned that this product needs work.
Things I liked: VERY well built. Absolutely stays put. I have had no shift of the mount with over 1000 pellets down range since I installed it. That's even with the side shimming I did for windage adjustment. This WILL stay put on severe shock guns like Diana 48s and 54 Air Kings.
Things I would have changed: No fault of the mount itself, BUT it also needs to be windage adjustable as most guns with droop issues need both elevation AND windage adjustment. I had to use shim stock to shim for windage. Again, that is the issue with the gun...but it would be nice if this mount could compensate for windage also.
What others should know: VERY poor instructions. Some of the most un-enlightening I have ever read. Even the manufacturer's web page pdf is very weak. The product, however, is very well made and very tough. There is a ton of elevation adjustment and that is very helpful.
Will this mount be high enough for a 10-40x50 scope mounted on an air arms tx200 MKIII?
Will this mount to a weaver rail?
Will this mount be high enough for a Leapers UTG 3-12x44 SWAT scope and 80mm wheel mounted on an RWS48?
It will be close, but it should work for you