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Things I liked: Very nicely made, no issues whatsoever.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
Things I liked: WELL MADE
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: I tried a different mount at first, but found I needed one that compensates for droop, this mount does. I put this on my Diana 56 and it has not moved or come loose. I shoot almost everyday, and I've put around 1500rounds thru it.
Things I liked: Perfect for shallow cut rails . I love this adapter for the FWB330S and the DIANA 75 10 METER GUNS
Things I would have changed: NOTHING
What others should know: I prefer the weave rings
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My Diana has 18 inches of droop at 12 yards. And 12 inches to the right. Any suggestions?
I have a Benjamin Bulldog and just purchased a 6-24x50mm AOL Scope. It came with mounts of 3/8 or 5/8in. I believe the height is 30 mm, as it does not specify in the manual or the box. The length of the scope is 410 mm and a weight of 680g. The Scope does not clear the rail on the Bulldog with these mounts. I know that Benjamin recommends 37 mm mounting rings. With this rail being 11mm plus the rings that came with the scope being 30mm, that should put my scope at 41mm in height. That said, will the additional 4mm in height cause problems with the accuracy and sighting of the scope. I do have a Laser Bore sighter which makes zeroing a scope much easier.
I ordered one of these for a Dianna 34P .22 and some UTG Max-Strength-Picatinny-Scope-Rings. Do I push the rings to the front or rear of the slots in the mount before tightening?
Personally on this or any Weaver or Picatinny mount I move the front ring forward & the rear ring rearward. It always works for me.