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Things I liked: Looks Good and easy to install. Does what it's supposed to! Has locking screw.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing
What others should know: If you can, use a one pc scope mount. Better for the scope, makes sense to me.
Things I liked: I love the solid construction on the particular scope mount, the included scope stop is also a nice touch to prolong the life of any scope on your rifle.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, everything is working out fantastic
What others should know: One thing you should know is just to wear proper protection while using any Airgun, stay safe and shoot straight!
Things I liked: A one piece mount cuts out any problem of mount "migration" meaning the single mounts slide back on hard-kicking springers. A PA pro introducing the latest Gamo stated one piece would be ideal. I agree with my experience with an R-1. In the 1990s I had a Blue Ribbon on that HW and it held up well. Later I switched that to another gun, and my R-1 had no scope. Recently outfitted with UTG products - much lighter - scope and this mount. The R-1 is heavy, so I am glad I do not notice any weight from this set up. I did Loctite the base screws to ward off lateral looseness. NOTE: I had some issues with the tube migrating back on the rings, and a local pro with 30 years experience with HW, said to make sure those screws are tight. Not to use a wrench or anything that could bust the tube, like UTG warns against, but tight with the provided tool.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Ok, this may sound odd to some, but this is the first high mount I have bought. And immediately I noticed great benefits: the pop-open lens cover can fully rotate for objective lens changes. Others have complained that they had to remove this cap to work the objective lens on low mounts. Also, I can get my thumb under the scope to hold the body of the rifle while cocking it. It may sound odd, but with low mounts I could not do that, and I feel it put too much torque on the all-important back screw. The cocking force kept jarring that loose - even with Loctite. No problem now because I believe that a firm hold over the body, chamber and stock, neutralizes that torque. The screws are staying tight. And for good measure, I use Permatex extra thick thread locker.
will these rings work on my RWS 48/52 Side Cock .177
Will this fit a RWS 34?
will this fit a RWS Panther 34 . Bought a new scope with medium rings and still can't get enough elevation. Looked at these drooper mounts but they tilt the scope in the wrong direction. I need to raise the scope not tilt it down.