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Rohm Twinmaster Top

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by monty47, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. monty47

    monty47 Engaging Member

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    Hi all, I'm wanting to mount a scope on the rohm, can someone point me in the right direction , I've spoke to a few gun retailers but they can't help

    Tia
     
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    I don't think he's still in business, does anyone have contact info for him
     
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    Thanks, I've spoke to Nick and he can make me one
     
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    Excellent result and happy to help :up:
     
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    think hes gone off reservation no contact for a while and no reply to my email,s
     
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    Hi Monty,

    I have a scope mount for these, it's very simple, just a strip of metal or might be plastic with a few holes for mounting.

    Can picture and measure if you want to make one.
     
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    Yes please, that would be great
     
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    If the mount is the same as the Trainer it should be 27mm and 9BA or M2 these pics may help...first i just used a bit of scrap alloy then a friend gave me a couple of 20mm pickaninny rails which i re drilled.

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    Thank you very much
     
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    TrickyDicky Life in the slow lane

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    No worries ...hope it helps.
     
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    Thanks for that i've got 2 Rohms and have been looking for a simple mount :up:
     
  14. Peter Warwick

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    Hi Everyone. I am new to using forums. I would appreciate it if anyone could enable me to acquire a Rohm Match pistol rest to fit to my own Rohm. It is the first air match pistol that I ever bought and would like this as a small upgrade.
     
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    You where best off creating a separate thread...but first you need to elaborate what you mean by a rest?
     
  16. Peter Warwick

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    Thanks for coming back to me so quickly. What I mean by a rest, is the forked component that fits to the weight bar on a Rohm Match pistol. I don't know how else to describe it. I hope that you can understand now what I am looking for.
     
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    TrickyDicky Life in the slow lane

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    Ahh you mean this bit...always wondered just what its supposed to do?

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    You have it. Remove it rotate it refit it. Bingo one rest Having established that I would like to acquire one Can you help please.
     
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    Sorry cant help...surly it defeats the object of shooting a target pistol which is usually done standing and unsupported.:confused:
     
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    The rest is for when the pistol is on the bench being loaded so that the muzzle is not resting on the bench It is so that the pistol need not be laid on its side it is safely supported on the rest and the base of the grip
     
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