Mounting a scope on an air rifle seems like it should be easy. Slap a scope in any old rings, ratchet it down and you are good to go...
Many people think that way — even experienced shooters — but eventually it becomes evident that it isn't so simple. Especially on magnum springers, your choice of mounts can affect accuracy, and help you get more out of a scope's performance. Improper mounts and mounting can damage a scope, contribute to failure of scopes (shimmers beware!), cause failed shots, and lead to unpredictable behavior (fliers, strings, etc.). A bad mount might lead some to believe the scope is at fault and can lead to an expensive series of replacements instead of fixing the real problem.
The mounting solutions you find on airscopes.com cater to the needs of air gunners, and spring rifle enthusiasts. These solutions are economical, tested and proven on the toughest scope-busting rifles out there. Visit the Mag-mounts page by clicking the link below to find out what mounts are available! Contact me for directly for extra-wide (13mm) dovetail solutions not yet listed here.