Special tape inside the rings keeps your scope tight without excessive clamp pressure!
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Things I liked: Easy to install, true alignment and securely holds the scope.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
Things I liked: Solid mount, rubber inside rings keep scope from shifting.
What others should know: On Remington express 22 ca. mounting a 30 mm tube 50mm OL, had to shim rear of scope
Things I liked: Well constructed.Easy to mount.
What others should know: If you are going to mount a side wheel suggest you get the mount where it will stay for good first. I didn't and had to remove the side wheel because the middle screw on the mount is barely accessible to the "L" end of the allen wrench and I didn't want to take the chance of "rounding" it.
Medium or high for my hatsan 125 sniper,with a Leapers swat 4-16x44 AO scope??
I'd just use the mounts that come with it, unless you want lower ones, which I can't say if low will fit or not. I have that scope and the diameter is 2.308" with the lens cap, 2.088" without.
I would use the high mounts.I mounted a Aeon 3x12x50mm mil dot on my sniper and used the weaver mounts on the rifle. I ended up using badger ordinance two piece mounts because the one piece kept moving not matter how tight it was , even bent the scope mount stop on the rifle. These have a lot of recoil! Good luck with your sniper.
What is the difference between medium and high profile Rings?
Medium rings are 3/4" from the top of the receive of the airgun to the bottom of the scope ring. High rings are 1 inch.