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Things I liked: I purchased this Beeman 5036 scope mount for a Beeman Model R1 spring action 20 caliber rifle that I originally bought in 1999. The original mounts and scope stop failed me. The stop snapped in two and the scope would slide thru the rings. I purchased a heavier stop and used double sided tape on the top and bottom. The rings stopped moving because of the stop but the scope would slide past the double sided tape and all accuracy was lost. I put the rifle aside for 15 years. I recently took off the scope and remounted the iron sights. The rifle was very accurate except for my 70+ year old eyes. I decided it must be the rings or the scope so I purchased this set of rings because it has 4 screws per ring and the heavy solid mounting bracket. I knew when I mounted this beast on the rifle that it would do the trick. I didn't use any tape, just snugged every thing down. After sighting in today I put 10 shots into a 1" ring at 45'. I highly recommend for a magnum spring piston rifle.
Things I would have changed: I wouldn't change anything but make it less expensive but I paid $600 for the rifle so it was well worth it.
What others should know: If you have a magnum spring piston gun and want to use a scope, this is the mount. Forget about cheap mounts and buy something that works.
Things I liked: Solid, well made scope mount. This mount will not move on the hard recoiling magnum rifles. Materials used are first rate. Screws are solid and can take a lot of torque.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
Things I liked: Solid mount. Neither the scope or the mount moves on my Beeman R1. It's a well-engineered mount, and great value for the money. I would recommend this mount to anyone.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. It's perfect as is.
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Thank you in advance for the assistance. What is the base length and space between the rings in mm? I could not find this spec anywhere and it is not listed here.
What torque values do you use on the screws on this mount?
Sports Match (Mfg) says for ring screws (4mm threads) use 24 - 30 in/lbs. Dovetail clamp screws 4mm threads, 30 -42 in/lbs. Hawke says not to exceed 18 in/lb on their scope tubes.
Will this allow a 4-16x40 centepoint to fit a Benjamin titan NP?