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List Price $35.99 Save $8.04 (22%)
Want it delivered 12-13-2013
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Average Customer Review4 (23 reviews)
Things I liked:Excellent product. Designed to fit RWS rifles perfectly. PA has it for at least 10 bucks less than other places. Has special anti-creep stud built in to match top of rifle.
Things I would have changed:Maybe a little lighter but still retain the high quality. Make it in Germany or even the USA and put more of us back to work.
What others should know:Don't mess with cheap .22 mounts that you have knocking around like I did. Bite the bullet (pellet) and get these. You don't have to crank up the scopes elevation to compensate for barrel droop. The mount is already set to go.
Things I liked:Price, and the fact that it compensates for barrel droop.
Things I would have changed:The location of the stop pins. I had to grind on it a bit to make it fit my rifle, so the stop pin would line up properly in my receiver.
What others should know:I have a Crosman Vantage NP, and it recoils like the devil. I bought this unit to defeat both the scope creep I was experiencing, as well as a slight barrel droop problem (which becomes more pronounced with higher scope mounts, which I needed). Some folks (I was one of them) have expressed concerns regarding the top caps having only two hold-down screws...don't! It seems to me that just by being one piece, and having a stop screw, 99% for the "recoil-shift" has been engineered out of the equation. My point is this: two-screw caps seem to work just fine ON THIS UNIT. I've not put enough shots through the rifle, since installing this mount, to give a comprehensive long-term opinion, but I have put enough shots through it to know that my scope would have lost it's zero with any of the previous set-ups I've tried, FOR CERTAIN! Now for the bad: well, not really "bad", just something I might change if I were RWS. The stop pin location is a bit far forward of the rear scope ring (1/4-1/2 inch, I believe). This forced me to grind about 1/4 inch of metal off of the clamping surfaces, on the rear of the mount. I had to do that so the mount could be far enough to the rear to allow the stop pin to properly line up with recess in my receiver. I would have preferred to see the stop pin location centered in the rear scope ring base, much like a two piece set would be. In closing: if you don't own an RWS rifle, you may have to modify it a bit, but the end result works well.
Things I liked:Scope tape on the rings.
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