Does not fit the following scopes because the tubes on these scopes aren't long enough: Hawke Sport Optics 2-7x32 AO..., Hawke Sport Optics HD IR..., Leapers UTG 3-9x40 AO True... and Leapers UTG 3-9x40AO True Hunter....
Things I liked: This is a well made mount.
Things I liked: Mount grips strong and seems to hold zero.
Things I would have changed: Anti-creep pin is to far forward, will not line up with hole on barrel. RWS needs to address this issue, as I see others have had the same problem.
Things I liked: Solidly built unit made specifically for my RWS model 34.
Things I would have changed: In the mount specifications indicate the inside ring to ring distance and the outside ring to ring distance so the buyer can determine if the scope they intend to use will fit. This mount is long and will not work with most compact scopes.
What others should know: A little Loctite 242 on the screws and check all the screws after shooting several times to keep scope on target.
Will this mount work on a Gamo Whisper Fusion IGT with a Gamo 3-9x40AO scope? The beefed up stock rail has dual stop pins and I've read that this mount won't fit on or with some rifles/scopes. I'd like to know before purchasing!
Will this fit an RWS Diana 34 with T05 trigger?
.025 correction per "what"??? The correction number is meaningless without that.
So I am guessing its suppose to be .012 instead of .025 . Anyway it moved my point of impact up approx. 10 inches Probably within scope adjustment range. BUT I went a bit further and shimmed the rear of the scope up .016 and got the point of impact to 5 inches low . SO with 1 and 1/4 turns of up adjustment got me on bulls eye
I hear you Steve ! . 30 yards = 90 feet X 12 inches = 1080 inches x .025 = 27 inch at 30 yards sight in distance. here is what I found on my FWB 124 My FWB 124 was shooting 19 inch low with straight mount at 30 yards . With a factory Zeroed Scope . With this mount it now shoots 10 inches low
you need to multiply .025 by inches you are shooting