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UTG Drooper Scope Rail, 11mm-to-Weaver Adapter, Scope Stop

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UTG Drooper Scope

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PY-A-4191

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  • UTG DNT06 scope mount base
  • Attaches to RWS rifles with 11mm scope rail
  • Fits any rifle with an 11mm scope base...either dovetail grooves or a raised rail
  • Decreases barrel droop with 10" upward compensation at 30 yds
  • Stops scope shift--forever!
  • Scope base provides a secure foundation for Weaver/Picatinny mounts
  • 4 hex screws firmly attach base to your Diana rifle
  • Dual scope-stop pins to stop movement
  • 0.68" saddle height
  • 0.78" total height
  • 1" wide
  • 4.72" long
  • 11 slots to accommodate various eye relief adjustments
  • 3.8 oz.
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Includes 2 hex wrenches, hex screw and set screw

Barrel droop is a common issue in some air guns, but it can make it difficult to use a scope. To get the most accuracy from your air rifle, mount a scope, but don't put it directly on the airgun's original rail. Instead, mount this great adapter, which offers 10" of upward compensation (at 30 yds.), and then mount your scope. You'll wonder how you ever got along without it!


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Item Code: MNT-DNT06 [PY-A-4191]

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By David from USA on 2020-12-10
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Things I liked: Totally the barrel droop sighting issues I was having. I now no longer to shim the rear ring. Quality is superb.

Things I would have changed: Not a thing.

What others should know: Be aware that the scope will mount higher on the gun so low rings may be necessary.

 

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By Victor from USA on 2020-10-06
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Things I liked: Easy install had my wife do it....

Things I would have changed: Not a thing

What others should know: Read the instructions and check out any UTUBE info you can find but really it's an easy install

 

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By Stephen from USA on 2020-10-06
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Things I liked: Mounted this on my Gamo Swarm Fusion 10x Gen. II. What I ended up doing was removing the factory RRR and mounting this rail directly to the dovetail of the rifle. This allowed me to get my replacement Leapers UTG 3-12x44 scope (see my review), closer to my eye and lower to the barrel. I forgot to mention in my review of the scope that this is how I mounted it to this rifle (highly recommend this scope for this rifle due to clearance issues with the magazine). I am very pleased with how this rail and scope fits my eye on this rifle (after removing the Recoil Reducing Rail). Suggestion to Gamo: offer this rifle without the cheap 3x9 scope (no parallax adjustment) and "RRR".

 

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  • Jeremiah from USA asked:

    I have a TX200 that has a B Square mount that is falling apart. Will this mount fit the TX200. I have a wide array of scope rings That I can use.

    • Louis from USA asked:

      will this fit older model 48 Diana with T05 Thanks

      • Mark from USA:

        It will project over one end of the scope rail but it should work.

    • Keith from United Kingdom asked:

      Does the Diana 56 TH suffer from barrel droop and if so will this sort the problem?

      • Mark from USA:

        Yes to both questions.

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