Date: 31/10/2020 3:20

Customers Q&A on Crosman Adjustable Precision Diopter Sight

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  • Jason from USA asked:

    will this fit the Weihrauch HW30 and HW50?

    • Robert from USA asked:

      Can the sight and globe be mounted on an HW30 11MM dove tail grove ? The receiver is rounded on the HW 30 so my concern is the ability to assure a secure mounting

      • Michael from USA asked:

        How can/does the front globe mount to a 22XX/23XX barrel?

        • Tyler from USA:

          it would only be able to be mounted if the barrel had a dovetail on the muzzle end

      • Awini from India asked:

        How close can the front and rear sights be? I'm looking for a set of open sights to fit on a Steyr Hunting 5 Automatic.

        • Harold from Canada asked:

          Will this fit on a daisy 753c to replace the stock sight?

          • Tyler from USA:


        • Mark from USA asked:

          How many clicks per ring at 10 M both windage and elevation?

          • James from USA asked:

            How do I measure the 27" mentioned in the description? (i.e. from front of silver colored rear sight to the rear of the silver colored front sight)

            • Mike from USA asked:

              Will this sight set work on my Diana 350 N-Tec Magnum rifle?

              • Mike from USA asked:

                Is this Crossman Diopter sight system compatible with my Diana 350 N-Tec Magnum rifle?

                • Jamie from USA asked:

                  Would this sight set work on a Walther LGV ?

                  • William from USA asked:

                    What is this sight made out of? Metal or plastic? Will it fit on a Daisy 753 model rifle? Is it any better than the Crosman Precision Sight Set that sells for a few dollars cheaper?

                    • Scott from USA asked:

                      Is this sight approved for CMP sporter class competition? I was told by Crosman that it is, but can't seem to find that stated explicitly anywhere on the web.