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Things I liked: none
Things I would have changed: longer scope clamp screws, change to steel construction, reengineer locking mechanism, remove freeplay once locked down.
What others should know: This is definitely not a mount for a powerful springer. I also found it had too much play after adjustments were locked down. Also the scope clamp screws were barely long enough to make contact with the base threads and easily stripped. After replacing these short aluminum screws with longer steel ones and locking down adjustments, this mount still had play. In my opinion, any play is too much. You will definitely have to shim this mount to remove this freeplay. Also, you will definitely need a separate scope stop. This is a great idea for a one peice adjustable mount that is poorly executed. In Pryamyd's defense, I just might have got a bad one. I have ordered many products from Pryamyd and have always been satisfied with their products. This mount may be useful for a pcp, but I would never recommend it for a springer. I will order the Beeman adjustable next time. As B.B. says, "You don't get what you don't pay for."
Things I liked: All adjustments made without wrenches of any kind.
Things I would have changed: As others have said put lock screws on side.
What others should know: Easily zeroed my Talon without touching scope adjustments--Great value and quality for the price.
Things I liked: Worked perfectly for my application.
Things I would have changed: Make the adjusment lock down screws larger. Make it more stable.
What others should know: I used this mount on a Talon SS with a centerpoint 6x24 scope. It allowed me to center my clicks and fixed my elevation problem. My only issue is the slight side to side play in the mount even after everything is locked down. I solved this problem with a shim placed between the base of the mount ( the part that attaches to the rifle) and the scope ring mount ( the part that moves ). Please note that this movement is not freeplay. You have to apply slight force for it to occur. This may not be an issue for most users. However when I lock a scope down. I do not want it to move at all. Forced or not.