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  • Currently 4.86/5

Rating: 4.9/5 (7 votes cast)

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22 March 2009  

Things I liked: Good Design, well made, good materials.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Mounted on an RWS Diana model 54 with burris signature zee rings and a nikko stirling 10-50x60, easy to zero and hold. There is a lateral roll pin through the side rail clamps and rail on the front and a vertical set screw tapped through the rear of the rail. By loosening the side rail clamps and adjusting the vertical set screw, the rear of the rail raises up and down pivoting on the front roll pin. Once the desired height is established torque the side rail clamp bolts. I used 32 inch pounds. On the model 54 I removed the rear stop screw post.
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9 February 2009  

Things I liked: The construction is A1, all steel and set screws. I mounted mine a my Gammo Hunter Elete to help bring my grouping up. Without it, my scope was maxed out and I was still 1/4" low of center. Now I am able to bring grouping up enough to allow alot of scope adjustment up and down.
Things I would have changed: Better intallation directions with a few pictures, we all love pictures...
What others should know: If you are having trouble with elevation adjustment, this mount just may be the fix you're looking for.
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21 October 2008  

Things I liked: Solid construction, four screws, flat stop pin to hang at the front of the sight rail, elevation screw with set screw, same length as my RWS 350 rail.
Things I would have changed: Nothing other than instructing RWS owners to remove the recoil screw in their scope mount rail. It gets in the way of a correct fit.
What others should know: I just bought the ``B-Square 17021 11mm-to-Weaver`` which has an adjustable elevation screw (with set screw). This is great for RWS 350 owners. I mounted a pair of ``B-Square 20052 1" Sport Utility Rings, Low, Weaver Mount`` for a perfect fit. Other than tightening the rings a little after some rounds I have found the whole assembly very sound. I was prepared to put Loctite blue on the screws but it appears I don't need to. Don't forget to optically sight your scope as BB has posted. It helped a lot when getting my gun working with this new setup. I dumped my RWS C-Mounts - they're junk! G. :o)
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13 September 2008  

Things I liked: A great product, unfortunately now out of production as I understand it. Probably just as well. I understand that quality control has taken a big hit with production moved to China.
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What others should know: Really intended for guns with a raised rail, some modification may be necessary to provide a stop on flush milled rails-like drilling a hole-no big deal.
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15 July 2008  

Things I liked: Adjustable angle
Things I would have changed: Nothing for my use
What others should know: I cut the back 4th off to use as a flashlight mount. Used the front 3/4 as a laser mount, Two mounts for one. Great product, does what it was suppose to and more.
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