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Things I liked: Corrects for droop on Diana 45 and holds the scope rings securely.
Things I would have changed: The UTG did not tighten down using the 4 horizonal screws (slide back and forth in the 11 mm groves). However, the adapter was stable after the two vertical screws (pins) were tightened.
Things I liked: Finally I have a scope mount that compensates for the barrel droop of my RWS 45 air rifle.
Things I liked: This is everything that the manufacturer and seller claims it to be! It's the easiest and best solution to droop and/or low printing. The price is VERY reasonable!
Things I would have changed: Nothing comes to mind.
What others should know: If you're deep into air gunning, have a number of rifles, and plan on buying more, I'd suggest buying a couple of these mounts to keep in stock in the event that when you sight in a scope, you experience low printing of your groups. Nothing worse than getting a new air rifle, go to sight it in, and...oh poo, shootin' real low. If you have some of these on hand, for the low price PA sells them for, you just reach into your stash, mount one of these babies, and problem solved!
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Will the UTG drooper scope rial fit my Diana model 350 T 06 Is this the same as the UTG DN 034 rail? Gary
Will this work with a .22 caliber RWS Diana 52? What brand of scope would work? I understand that spring air rifles need a specially built scope.
This is the correct drooper mount for the Diana spring guns. Try a UTG/leapers scope they are fully airgun rated. The Hawker Airmax line is also airgun rated.
A week ago I decided to pair my Gamo Whisper Fusion Elite IGT chambered in .22 cal with Center Point's Model LR312SFT2 optics. (3-12x44mm). It has a 30mm scope tube and came with "high" elevation Picatinny/Weaver rings that I have mounted on TruGlo's dovetail to Picatinny/Weaver adaptor. The TruGlo adaptor provides 15mm of added height to clear the rear sights, but that Is about 7mm too much. My scope is maxed out for moving point of impact up, yet I am still hitting 1"-1.25" below aiming solution at only 25 yrds! I enjoy plinking from distance with accuracy and precision as well as hunt/pest control using this rifle. Which would be the best route to go based on my intended use: swap TruGlo rail for UTG's Drooper Rail or change ring heights to medium or maybe even low?