Leapers' scope mount base has a "recoil shock shoulder" in the front (left) that prevents it from shifting--ever! At right, the back of the scope mount base has a cut-out that accommodates the screw at the back of your rifle's original 11mm doveta
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Things I liked: I have a Mod. 36 made in 1998 that has lots of droop. This was a perfect solution to that issue. Works like magic. This gun has always been very accurate, now my scopes don't need shims.---HOORAY
Things I would have changed: nada
What others should know: low to med. rings will work better than high ones for the most part, unless you get the UTG scope with 53mm obj. lens.
Things I liked: Nice piece of hardware but did not work for my 1980 something model RWS DIANA 45 MODEL. Scope ran out of down adjustment before it could be zeroed. I actually turned it around backwards and it worked better that way. Now had to use quite a bit of upward adjustment but i was able to get it zeroed in.
Things I would have changed: In description, it should let RWS DIANA model 45 owners know that droop compensation may be to much depending on which model year thier gun is.
Things I liked: fixes barrel droop on Diana 34 22 cal
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: Bought a new Leapers 4-12 scope that was set at factory Zero . Using a leapers mount it shot 17 inches low at 30 yards and 3 inches left. As I did not want to try to adjust that much drop on a new scope so I bought this base and a set of weaver bases . Now it shoots 3 inches high at 30 yards , 3 inches right and is in my comfort zone of scope adjustability
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Wondering if anyone can tell me what it says on the other side for numbers. I am reading reviews for the Gamo Swarm and this what they used to replace the scope. Wondering cause it says in only fits RWS rifles and if this is the same mount. Thanks in advance http://hardairmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Swarm-Bugbuster.jpg
The description says 20.1" at 30 yards. At 10 yards that is about 7". There is also one with half this much droop correction. Another one that has 30" at 30 yards doesn't have a front lobe. Even if bore an scope center adjustment are parallel will probably need the 10"@30yds to correct for this. Cutting the front lobe off will allow the small scope to be moved further back for a more correct placement. There are also cantilever mounts that hang the scope further back for correct scope placement. Then correct for scope alignment by schrimming. All in all better to use a full sized scope.
is this the mount for my 350 mag?
What are the numbers on the top of the rail for (02, 04 .. 10, 12)?