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Things I liked: Well made and functioned as intended.
What others should know: Not enough drop for the scope I was using, a cheap scope for a cheap rifle the scope was not up to the job. I used a different scope and all was well, needed to compensate for barrel droop on a break barrel air rifle.
Things I liked: When I mounted my scope on my .22 Benjamin Prowler it was shooting low at 25 yards with the scope elevation fully up. I shimmed the scope and was able to zero at 25 yards but the shims seemed like a stop-gap measure not to mention possible damage to the scope barrel. I put on this adapter and a pair of low Weaver rings and was able to easily zero at 25 yards with plenty of adjustment left should I decide to re-zero at a different distance. The rail mounts easily on the 11mm dovetail and clamps on tight. Of course being a Weaver rail the scope mounts solidly with no movement. The rail also seems to clamp on pretty much perfectly aligned left and right so only a very small windage adjustment was needed.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if the rear stop pin was a little farther back, like only 2mm. The stop pin doesn't line up with the hole in the receiver of the Prowler. This may not be a concern since it is all the way back and probably can't move any further but having the stop pin in place would be nice.
What others should know: The hex screws that tighten the rail are a different size than most scope ring hex screws so you need a different size allen wrench to tighten them. The wrench is included so no problem but if you ever need to adjust it in the field be aware that you'll need to carry that wrench as well.
Things I liked: absolutely works. as advertised, locks in place and elevates and mounts true inline with the barrel (no tilt to the left or right)
Things I would have changed: a 1 inch picatinny extension to the rear would be nice.
What others should know: need it? do not hesitate to get it. I have several.
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Would this rail fit an RWS 48 with a T06 trigger?
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.