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Things I liked: these are excellent mounts, the quick release is solid, very easy to use and set up, holds zero when scope is detached and reattached
Things I would have changed: have the option of a picatinny mount on the top ring.
What others should know: medium height is good for a UTG 4-16X44 compact tactical scope on a Beeman HW 100 or Benjamin Maurader, adjust the tightness of the levers before mounting to the scope, be careful not to over tighten the adjuster screws when adjusting the tightness of the quick release levers, they do not need to be super tight for a proper hold,
Things I liked: everything; best thing sense sliced bread IMO
Things I would have changed: Looks like the newer models have a C clip to keep the shaft from pulling out on the other side if over tightened.
What others should know: If set up correctly you can remove your scope and never lose zero. Also have been using them to mount flashlights/laser sights for night varmint hunting. Easily removed for daytime.
Things I liked: Price and concept. I like the option of descoping my rifle.
Things I would have changed: The cam needs to be finished better. The forging flashing makes it impossible to tight or loosen with the lever. I had to take off loosening the small Allen in the cam which slightly stripped. I "worked the cam back and forth on a tight setting to smooth out the surfaces. Works ok now. But I shouldn't have to do this like two hundred times when they could just machine it better.
What others should know: Low mounts would be nice as the medium is a tad high for my liking on a 44objective scope.
Answered my own question. From the specs on that stoeger, they clearly won't hold on a bt65 .22
Will these hold on hatsan bt65 .22?
I have a stoeger x50 in .22 and it is really powerful. Will these keep a scope on?