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Scope mounts on Mk7 BSA Airsporter

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by profpatpending, Jul 14, 2007.

  1. profpatpending

    profpatpending Newbie

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    Does anyone know a one peice scope mount that will fit a Mk7 BSA Airsporter i'm getting fed up with have to re-tighten and re-zearo them every 20 shots....
    i'm currently using 2 piece proMounts with a BSA Catseye 3.5-10x50IR scope

    i've looked and sportsmatch dampa mounts but at 110mm long will they fit the dove tail (which seems rather short)
     
  2. Trampilot

    Trampilot Post Whore

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    Hello.

    I've been out of the shooting world for quite a while, but one of my rifles is a BSA 635 magnum - which if I'm right has a similar construction.

    I'm using an old Sportsmatch 1pce to fit a Nikko Stirling 6x56 scope - the reason is the back of the mount sits beyond the rear of the rail giving.

    I'm not sure if they still make it, but if you can find one then I reckon you'll be pleased as punch.

    Actually - just checked:

    http://www.sportsmatch-uk.com/hop17c.htm

    This is what I've used and my scope doesn't move at all.
     

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