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Mounting new scope advice.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Reptargh, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. Reptargh

    Reptargh Member

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    West Wales
    Hi All.

    I have a new Simmons classic whitetail (WTC11) scope arriving in a few days and i want to mount it to my Benjamin Trail NP. Is it just a case of putting the new scope through the old mounts? Do i need new mounts/rings or anything? I've never really done this before, not properly anyway.

    Thank in advance.
  2. maxiboy

    maxiboy Engaging Member

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    hiya mate

    depends on what mounts you already have i guess. are they both 1" tubes ..
  3. Ianhw77k

    Ianhw77k Big Poster

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    Nr Hastings, East Sussex
    If the mounts are the same size then yes, just put it in.

    Make sure you set your eye relief right (distance from your eye to the scope) and then set the scope level on the gun either using a plumb line or by looking in a mirror and getting the vertical crosshair to intersect the barrel exactly.

    Then set your zero and away you go;)

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