- 1″ Airgun /. 22 Ring Mid-Profile Rings,
- 1″ rings for a 3/8″ dovetail base
- 14mm Saddle Height / Up to 52mm Bel
- 2 separate pieces allows for placement flexibility
- 4 screws for precise fitting
When shouldering the rifle quickly, the scope ought to be at the proper height to check through it, with no additional up or down movement to receive a fantastic view through the scope. If you take advantage of a scope for some hobby hunting or fun on the scope, this will be ideal for you. 40mm scopes will normally utilize low rings with normal contour barrels. 50mm scopes will normally utilize high rings. Not everybody utilizes a large, long scope.
If you’re going with a bigger scope, it is logical to also need the extra security. If you chance to own many scopes which you like to switch out on a specific firearm, or you just enjoy the ease of a fast rifle breakdown, you’re likely to want to check into a QD scope mount. Distinct scopes ought to be mounted at various heights, and preferably you wish to mount an optic as low as possible in regards to precision shooting. When you begin looking to mount a specific scope on your firearm, you should know certain things before you get started shopping for mounting options.
50 mm objective lenses supply a high degree of optical clarity and a great deal of lights transmitted through the optic. The objective lens is also called the bell housing, is the widest part of the scope, at the absolute most forward section of the scope. Based on bolt size you might need to mount a 40 mm objective lens on a medium mount to get appropriate clearance.