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Things I liked: Sturdy quality, feels like the scope is locked rock solid in the mount.
What others should know: The free-hight for the scope's turret house is 1/10 of an inch. No more, my Nikko Stirling Nighteater has a 3mm house. Had to mill approx. 0.7mm off the top of the mount to fit the scope (so it was not resting on the turret house). But the mount is aluminimum so milling is no problem - but check your turret house clearence before buying if you do not want to mess with custom fitting. The product image is inverted - the screws and tapered holes are done from the right side of the mount. This means if you want to add bubble lever then it sits on the "wrong" side if you are a right hand shooter - again nothing that cannot be fixed by some custom work, but still.
Things I liked: This is a mount! Strong,big headed screws,compensation works. Mounted on a Daisy 853C for a benchrest, scoped, indoor air gun 10 meter league. Helps to clear loading ramp for big hands and center the scope clicks. (Have enough up clicks to get on target)
Things I would have changed: BKL makes a nice level that screws into this mount for leveling the gun but only mounts on left side (not good for left handed shooters) . Screw holes only on left side. BKL should left hand it too......for their nice BKL level. See notes below.......
What others should know: Picture is in error and miss leading to all shooters. That would be a left handed mount that is not made. (rev- image?)
Things I liked: Droop worked as advertised, mount centered exactly on the dovetail, very solid, and the base and rings use the same size hex screws, so you don't have to mess with two different ones when you're making adjustments.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if they offered this with double strap rings like the other BKL's, but it still works fine.
What others should know: This mount only goes one way because of the droop; the clamp is in the front, the floating ring is in the back. I bought this thinking it was a standard cantilever design, so I could mount my scope more forward, but it's not designed that way. Still, mounted as designed it let me mount a Elite 4200 6-24x40 AO on the short rail of an FWB300S comfortably.
Will this fit an Hawke Airmax 3-9x40mm? Main concern is not tube diameter but the available tube lenght in the scope so that the rings can be clamped on properly.
The description should specify the height... I'm assuming this is a high mount?
Glen--BKL doesn't specify that this is a high mount, but it is. The distance from the bottom of mount to the bottom of the scope tube is 0.974 inches. I'll add that info to our description.