Roll over image to zoom in
Lifetime limited warranty
List Price $24.00 Save $5.05 (21%)
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: It bolted right down onto my Gamo Hornet Maxxim. It was a perfect fit and was a perfect solution for my barrel droop. I was hitting at about 8"-10" low with my scope dialed all the way up. It installed this mount and my first shots to zero the scope again were dead on. No adjustments necessary.
Things I would have changed: I did have to swap out my rings because the stock rings did not fit. I had some used weaver rings that worked just fine Picatinny rings would also work.
Things I liked: Price. Another similar option I looked at was more than 60 clams. Ive used this in place of the factory provided rail on a Browning Leverage. It corrected the droop very nicely and the scope was so easy to sight in. Highly recommended instead of shimming back of scope.
What others should know: Clean the screws and screw holes well before mounting. Mine were pretty oily/messy. I did not use the provided stop screws as the Browning has a built in stop at the rear of the dovetail and none of the holes lined up with anything on the top of the rifle. So far so good with slippage.
Things I liked: FIT MY DIANA AND UTG SCOPE PERFACK .
What others should know: BEFORE YOU GET INTO SPRINGERS DO A LOT OF RESEARCH, THEY ARE A BITCH TO SHOOT. A LOT OF FUN.
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. Show Other Reviews
I have an RWS Panther 34 with .177. Someone gave me a BSA SW 4x32 CP scope. I mounted scope with rings attached to the RWS 11mm rail. At 15 yards it shoots straight but low. I have adjusted the scope as high as it will go but have run out of adjustment, still about 2" low. What can I get to fix this problem? Will the Drooper scope rail solve this?
Yes, this rail should solve your problem
Can this be used for a rifle without barrel droop?
Sure. Depends on what you are trying to do. If you are trying to shoot longer range, a droop rail set up will help you get the most out of your scopes elevation adjustment at distance.
Anyone know what torque the screws should be tightened to?