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UTG Drooper Scope Rail, 11mm-to-Weaver Adapter, Compensates for Droop & Stops Scope Shift

UTG Drooper Scope Rail, 11mm-to-Weaver Adapter, Compensates for Droop & Stops Scope Shift

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  • Description
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  • UTG DNT06 scope mount base
  • Attaches to RWS rifles with 11mm scope rail
  • Fits any rifle with an 11mm scope base...either dovetail grooves or a raised rail
  • Decreases barrel droop with 10" upward compensation at 30 yds
  • Stops scope shift--forever!
  • Scope base provides a secure foundation for Weaver/Picatinny mounts
  • 4 hex screws firmly attach base to your Diana rifle
  • Dual scope-stop pins to stop movement
  • 0.68" saddle height
  • 0.78" total height
  • 1" wide
  • 4.72" long
  • 11 slots to accommodate various eye relief adjustments
  • 3.8 oz.
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Includes 2 hex wrenches, hex screw and set screw

Barrel droop is a common issue in some air guns, but it can make it difficult to use a scope. To get the most accuracy from your air rifle, mount a scope, but don't put it directly on the airgun's original rail. Instead, mount this great adapter, which offers 10" of upward compensation (at 30 yds.), and then mount your scope. You'll wonder how you ever got along without it!

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Item Code: MNT-DNT06 [PY-A-4191]

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Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

  By Rudy from USA on 2015-04-17
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Things I liked:Works on RWS34T06 as advertised to compensate for any barrel drooping.The weaver rail has allowed for rock solid scope mounting and utilizing low scope rings.
Things I would have changed:Cannot think of any off hand.
What others should know:Rails have worked really well on 2 34's.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

  By sergio from USA on 2015-03-07
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Things I liked:Excellent, fit good in my Benjamin Rifle.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:I recommend.

Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

  By Steven from USA on 2015-02-22
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Things I liked:I purchased this for a severe droop problem witn one of my new purchases of a Crosman rifle. I really don't know if this fixes my problem but installing it was easily done. All of a sudden my Crosman Fury started shooting all over the place where before it was shooting very nice groups, I had the scope Jacked up in the back to compensate for the droop problem and after I installed this compensater adapter, it still was shooting all over the place. Now I have to take the rifle apart and fix a bad seal and or a bad piston. Anyway, The drooper scope rail should fix the original probelm I had with the rifle. I do know that the problem with the scope shifting inside the rings will not happen anymore either because of the shims that were used under the scope in the original position to compensate for the droop problem. With the droop compensater, no shims will be needed, I hope.
Things I would have changed:I think I would offer a droop compensator with varing degrees of slope angle. I just hope that when I get the rifle back together and shooting more consistantly, there will be enough of an angle of droop built into the compensator. I had 5 shims .015 thick under the rear of the scope to bring the scope into the center of the adjustment of the scope itself. The queston I have is the droop angle enough?
What others should know:My old eyes need a scope to shoot this rifle effectively. Maybe I should have just sent the rifle back and got a different one but I had already redid the trigger so the warranty was not in effect anymore. I only paid $100 bucks for the rifle so I am taking a chance and will be doing the work myself. I thought it's about time I learned how to take the rifle apart and do the repair myself. It should be a fun project. I'm a young 66 years old now with a fairly nice machine shop at my disposal and kind of anxious to dive into this project. Also, when I called Pyramyd Air, the Rep was very helpful in helping me with what I needed. Steven
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  • chad from USA asked:

    i have a webley patriot, i bought a 11mm to weaver adapter to fit a scope i bought with it , the bkl. adapter was to high, sent it back got bkl. rings to fit , still had a problem with the scope moving, i called PA. and they said this adapter is what i need , my gun is practically new has no barrel droop only no scope mount i can find will hold it still,, but PA. INSISTED THAT THIS IS WHAT I NEED! if i have no barrel droop will this effect the accuracy of my rifle? especially after 30 yards and greater? why would i need something that compensates for droop i do not have? can anyone tell me ?? i just want to shoot my gun ! not keep returning things ,

  • Ron from USA asked:

    Will this fit a Gamo Hunter 1250 ?

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  • Ray from USA asked:

    Can you tell me the height of this riser? I am looking at using it on a Airforce Talon being used at 10 - 20 yards.

    • Cory from USA:

      It is .68" high, this rail does have built in droop and that may not be desirable on your PCP rifle.

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