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Diana Bullseye ZR (zero recoil) mount
Your Diana Bullseye ZR mount is quite rigid and has significant holding power, so the manufacturer says you'll get 100% recoil compensation and can safely mount budget scopes on high-power air rifles. Finally, your scopes won't have to cost more than your rifles!
Don't forget the benefits of the ZR mount's built-in droop compensation (0.04"/1.016mm). With that feature, you won't have to use shims for those guns that have some droop. Each mount is 4.75" long.
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Things I liked: Not sure yet, bad low rating explained below.
Things I would have changed: This mount has problems. It is all related to the front scope ring. When you mount the scope and with ordinary and no excessive torque tighten the scope rings the front ring as it is tightened binds the whole assembly by butting stress on the spring rail pins and the assembly locks up and will not freely slide. So you have to very lightly secure the front rings. I have seen this complaint about this mount by others, and have now experienced it myself.
What others should know: I was having trouble keeping a scope on a Diana 350 Panther Magnum. Even the six screw BKL or BLK mount kept walking off the back of the gun. This one stays put, seems to be accurate, and I guess time will tell if the lightly secured front ring screws vibrate out and fall out. I am getting very, very, very tired of air gun products lately. Seems many of them have problems in some way or the other. Problems we are left to resolve on our own. This is not the only product I have had trouble with lately. In any event the metal casting for this one needs to be beefed up, the alloy changed or something to make it withstand the normal torque we dummies use with intelligence such as using only the short side of the allen key and using only your hand to secure the screws. I did that and then had to loosen the screws about 1/4 turn to allow the mount mechanism to slide.
Things I liked: It is a long story, but yes I like it a lot.
Things I would have changed: The mount could stand some improvement as when you mount the scope and tighten the rings, the FRONT ring will bind the slide bars to the point it will not move. You can secure the rear ring like normal, but the front ring has to be left a bit not as tight or it will seize up the entire assembly. So they need to beef up the metal around the ring areas so normal(not excessive torque) doe not seize up the whole assembly. So far so good, scope has not moved away from my pencil marks in 200 shots. I think it will hold.
What others should know: This is mounted on a Diana 350 Panther Magnum. Only thing that will not walk backwards. I tried the BKL six screw mount and it would just walk backwards no matter how tight you tightened the fasteners. So it was either a scope stop behind the BKL or another solution, and this works very well on the 350 magnum. Simply put, I have as much invested in mounts for this gun as the price of the gun and this is the only mount that holds. I am sure the Leapers one piece mount with stop pin would work also, whatever you put on this Magnum it has to have a stop pin, as not even the famous BKL will hold. So if you purchase a magnum this is an excellent mount for that situation.
Things I liked: this mount works well on one out of three guns that I have tried it on. The problem is the built in droop correction makes it impossible for me to use it on my AA Pro Sport or my Walther LGV. Evidently my TX 200 has some droop and I can use it. I get very good accuracy with it. It goes back in to register very accurately for each shot and is very solidly built. I wish they had a zero droop compensation version. I Could use the Weaver version and use a UTG droop base in reverse to cancel out the droop compensation but that would result in an excessively high scope.
Things I would have changed: offer a version that is not droop compensated.
What others should know: you cannot shim this mount. It will lock the slide.
Hi! I'm from Russia.Can I order from U this devise? Is free delivery to Russia? Thanks!
So, could this be mounted backwards on a PCP I wonder? PCP doesn't have the dynamic forward force followed by rear recoil (forward movement coupled with recoil is what really kills scopes on springers) I just think it's cool and a great idea, but really $100 could be difference from a springer AirGun scope, to a really high end Nikon or Leupold
Whats the difference? DIA-2169103 [Bullseye ZR 1-Pc Mount, 30mm...] Which one will fit a 42mm scope? Is there Medium or High profile.