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Things I liked: For a Nitro Piston, it was like Crosman had this stop made for them. The stop pin taps snuggly into receiver. As far as I can see, this stop is on my Fury for the life of the rifle.
Things I would have changed: Ok, this stop is just crazy HUGE! I bought it to back up a Williams sight. Luckily, the Air gun gods let me catch the elevation just right before the aperture hit the top of the stop. I could not go any deeper with out sanding down the stop - one reviewer did exactly that. They should make a more squat version like my vintage Beeman stops from the '90s that are much better machined and out of the way.
What others should know: It works, but for peep sight users, if you run out of space to lower it, you have decisions to make. If you jack up the sight, then the stop is a non issue.
Things I liked: Seems well constructed.Clamped securely to my rifle and the stop pin engaged the detent in the receiver as expected.
Things I would have changed: the overall height was a few thousandths too tall in respect to my low rings.A few seconds on a disc grinder and a touch of Krylon yielded a perfect modification.
What others should know: I have only fired 50 or so pellets since installation but,I a confident this device will bolster my scope mounts quite adequetly.
Things I liked: this baby works like a champ. I bought a BKL adjustable mount for my Bushnell scope mounted on a Beeman R9. The mount walked backwards. So I got this scope stop. No more problem. there were no threads on my stop pin so had to use a punch to drive it down to receiver.
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Does a stop go in front of the ring or in back. My scope seems to be moving towards the muzzle. Is this typical for a springer? Beeman R1, Thanks,Joe