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#1 Jonas888

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Posted 16 November 2009 - 10:53 AM

So yeh, do they look like normal scope-rings or are these like a iron-sight ring that I can't attact a scope through?
Rings - http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=26602
The scope I hope the rings will fit - http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=26684

It's going onto my SR12, since I just can't manage to use any kind of reddot's on it(personal issues :P), I just noscope 24/7(following the BB's), completly forgetting to look into the Rdot(s). So I was thinking giving a scope a try, still using noscope at shorter ranges, but mabye I could get used to a zoom'ing scope at ranges that are hard noscop'ing ;)

Hoping the "rings" really are rings because I need high-profile rings to get the best result,
thanks in advance ;)

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Posted 16 November 2009 - 11:19 AM

View PostJonas888, on 16 November 2009 - 10:53 AM, said:

So yeh, do they look like normal scope-rings or are these like a iron-sight ring that I can't attact a scope through?
Rings - http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=26602
The scope I hope the rings will fit - http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=26684

It's going onto my SR12, since I just can't manage to use any kind of reddot's on it(personal issues :P), I just noscope 24/7(following the BB's), completly forgetting to look into the Rdot(s). So I was thinking giving a scope a try, still using noscope at shorter ranges, but mabye I could get used to a zoom'ing scope at ranges that are hard noscop'ing ;)

Hoping the "rings" really are rings because I need high-profile rings to get the best result,
thanks in advance ;)

Jonas

Assuming EVIKE has posted the correct specs, the rings should fit the scope.  They are both 1" or 25mm. Send in a picture of the result :thumbsup:

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Posted 16 November 2009 - 02:37 PM

View PostJonas888, on 16 November 2009 - 10:53 AM, said:

So yeh, do they look like normal scope-rings or are these like a iron-sight ring that I can't attact a scope through?
Rings - http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=26602
The scope I hope the rings will fit - http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=26684

It's going onto my SR12, since I just can't manage to use any kind of reddot's on it(personal issues :P), I just noscope 24/7(following the BB's), completly forgetting to look into the Rdot(s). So I was thinking giving a scope a try, still using noscope at shorter ranges, but mabye I could get used to a zoom'ing scope at ranges that are hard noscop'ing ;)

Hoping the "rings" really are rings because I need high-profile rings to get the best result,
thanks in advance ;)

Jonas
Hey Jonas quick words of advice... THOSE SCOPE RINGS SUCK!!!!! When you tighten them even with the cross section tightening way, they scope still does sideways TOOK 4 HOURS JUST TO GET IT MILDY CENTERED!!!!! Also you might want to get a Tasco 3x9mm by 50mm from here

http://www.ebairsoft...scope-p-45.html

BEAST OF A SCOPE!!! I have the same one by mine doesn't have the light up crosshairs.  AMAZING!!! Got shot and didn't do anything to the lense.  Just left a blimish that i rubbed off!!!!! Oh yeah its a real steel scope so it doesn't loose true zero until like 20 years later lol  :showoff:

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 01:56 AM

View PostWintersx866, on 16 November 2009 - 02:37 PM, said:

Hey Jonas quick words of advice... THOSE SCOPE RINGS SUCK!!!!! When you tighten them even with the cross section tightening way, they scope still does sideways TOOK 4 HOURS JUST TO GET IT MILDY CENTERED!!!!! Also you might want to get a Tasco 3x9mm by 50mm from here

http://www.ebairsoft...scope-p-45.html

BEAST OF A SCOPE!!! I have the same one by mine doesn't have the light up crosshairs.  AMAZING!!! Got shot and didn't do anything to the lense.  Just left a blimish that i rubbed off!!!!! Oh yeah its a real steel scope so it doesn't loose true zero until like 20 years later lol  Posted Image


Thanks Winter, my team and I bough stuff from there for around 900$ just a few weeks ago, took some time to finally get the items because it was so many items and diffrent packages (since it's free shipping), and two items never made it, R.I.P.
But this scope looks nice and 50mm is even better ;)+ it it comes with rings Posted Image

Since it's only one item it should come quicker than the last order, hoping it will come before xmass ;) Thanks again Posted Image

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 12:33 PM

Use a riser to up the height.  Trust me, it saves you so much time from having to reset and zero a scope if you remove the base of the rings.  And trust me, every time you remove and return the rings, the zero will move.

I've got one of these babies with a throw lever installed.
http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=25580

haven't had a problem with resetting the zero.  Great for storage, my case doesn't have a lot of upward clearance for my Leupold.  I can just remove the mount from the gun and don't have to detach my glass.

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 01:00 PM

Hey Spiggy, I already have http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=25556 in my shopping cart, it's the same thing, just larger and higher, right?

But when I get the raiser, would't I still need scope rings? Going to buy the scope Winters linked ( http://www.ebairsoft...scope-p-45.html ) which comes with 25mm Mount Ring's.

Another thing, the raiser gives a lot of information in both it's name and description, and it says "RAS fixed" and " Fits all 20 mm standard picatinny rails.", would this cause trouble with the SR12's rail?

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 04:37 PM

View PostJonas888, on 17 November 2009 - 01:00 PM, said:

Hey Spiggy, I already have http://www.airsoftpo...oducts_id=25556 in my shopping cart, it's the same thing, just larger and higher, right?

But when I get the raiser, would't I still need scope rings? Going to buy the scope Winters linked ( http://www.ebairsoft...scope-p-45.html ) which comes with 25mm Mount Ring's.

Another thing, the raiser gives a lot of information in both it's name and description, and it says "RAS fixed" and " Fits all 20 mm standard picatinny rails.", would this cause trouble with the SR12's rail?
Hey Jonnas, you might want to buy that Madbull RAS fix due to the fact that it can be used for multipurposes and is lower than the multirail riser you have and is better cause I have used it on my SR12 and it is butt ugly lol.  Yes 20mm is the standard rail width on all the SR12 rails and all weaver rails in general  :icecream:

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Posted 18 November 2009 - 12:21 AM

View PostWintersx866, on 17 November 2009 - 04:37 PM, said:

Hey Jonnas, you might want to buy that Madbull RAS fix due to the fact that it can be used for multipurposes and is lower than the multirail riser you have and is better cause I have used it on my SR12 and it is butt ugly lol.  Yes 20mm is the standard rail width on all the SR12 rails and all weaver rails in general  Posted Image

Mjee, I am looking for something to "raise" the height of my forthcoming scope (and mabye my Rdot's), so I kinda want the multirail riser for the height instead of Madbull's lower.. ;) Though I'm not sure if the multirail + high profile rings would be hard/impossible to zero in where the bullets hit. hmm, don't know, mreh!

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Posted 18 November 2009 - 11:01 AM

the multi-rail riser is buck ugly and heavy.  Be sure that's the height you want because it's also pretty tall.  Combined with tall rings will pretty much make it tower on the mount.

Remember, more space between the gun and scope means more play.


I have 1/2in height rings installed, I could have gone to the 3/4-1in height rings, but the scope needs to be readjusted every time you remove the glass from the gun.  It was easier to fix it to a mount that has only one set position on my gun.




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