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Saddle Clamp Bsa R10

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Ian Burridge, Mar 31, 2021.

  1. Ian Burridge

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    Hi guys I am looking for a saddle clamp to use with my bsa r10 (and other rifles) the problem is its not flat or square and it's very wide. It will clamp but it moves easily. The printed ones aren't tall enough, I've made one from alloy but have the same problem. Long story short has anyone tried a particular one on their R10. Cheers
     
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    I have a N8Vision saddle clamp - I'll try my R10 SE on it tomorrow :thumb:
     
  3. Ian Burridge

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    I hadn't seen that one yet , It looks taller so hopefully its wide enough too, Cheers
     
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    I have just got one but its not the normal tripod screw on type, I bought the death grip tripod and clamp, I use it for my R10s and Impact.

    I did add a ballhead to it with a Swiss arca rail so I can just slip my impact on and then if using my R10 put the clamp back on.....

    I know that Robin Foxer off FB and youtube does one that looks really good, it's just the clamp that fits trigger sticks and tripods, sells really fast tho......

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  5. Ian Burridge

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    Cheers Wolfie Mac thanks for the pics too, well that definitely looks like it fits, I have a tripod and ball top already so the head looks good, is it a tight grip on it as its such an odd shape stock!
    Cheers
     
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    I have two R10s, one as pictured and one the black se stock, they rock solid.

    I went for this as I've had 3d printed stuff snap, so I wanted something a bit better.

    Bought from opticswarehouse

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  7. Ian Burridge

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    Perfect , I'll see if I can get just a head unit in the uk.
    Thanks a lot !!
     
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    I've not seen just the head, as it comes fixed to the tripod, but tbh I didn't do much research for just the head.

    It's also not a tripod screw, you will need to put a plate on it to fix it on a ball head if that's what you want to do. :thumb:
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  9. Ian Burridge

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    From my searching now its available from eu or usa as a head only but not uk , typical, thank you looks like i'll have a spare tripod then.
    thanks very much for your help!
     
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