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  • Toestr
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    If you look up adjustable scope mounts on eBay, there are tons of options for actual scope rings.

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  • Arthur
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    Whats the name on that riser XEMON ? Ebay link is down now of course.

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  • Danny72
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    Originally posted by scphantom9195 View Post
    MCS has this one:

    https://mcsus.com/products/long-rang...adaptive-mount

    I have no experience with it though.
    That one has 7 good reviews. If one wouldnt run a supremacy it seems itd be a good alternative.

    One thing you guys can do to create more of a ”Match grade” quality is put a strip of electric tape between the locking rail and the receiving mount. We do this for our AR10/M110 SASS uppers/lowers with a trimmed zip tie to create a ”wedge” and rid of the ”wobble tolerance”.....every bit counts

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  • Danny72
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    Originally posted by P.I.C.T. Tactical View Post
    I have that mount and honestly there is no way to gauge elevation (rise) and for the money it isn’t very solid. A heavy scope moves it around. I have the Supremacy and hha on my Scout and together with a Nemmy Barrel have overcome rollouts. The detents were crushing FSR so I took them out.
    I'm running a scout as well but with a 16” Hammer head. Looking for a supremacy myself. One thing I’ve thought about was getting a crossbow scope as they are designed for 20-150yd targets. Problem is finding one with a 100yd BDC that's a FFP. I know that's getting nerdy but I can't help but care with all of the real long gun/PRS training I've had

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  • P.I.C.T. Tactical
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    I have that mount and honestly there is no way to gauge elevation (rise) and for the money it isn’t very solid. A heavy scope moves it around. I have the Supremacy and hha on my Scout and together with a Nemmy Barrel have overcome rollouts. The detents were crushing FSR so I took them out.

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  • scphantom9195
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    MCS has this one:

    https://mcsus.com/products/long-rang...adaptive-mount

    I have no experience with it though.

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  • Biscuits
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    Originally posted by XEMON View Post

    No, not yet ...
    ​​​​​​I am hoping this might work well for the once in a while I need to take a shot passed the 80 yard mark. I can tilt the scope and zoom in.
    The HHA does exactly that, but much better, but it's way (way) more ...
    the only thing i didn't about the HHA is that the dial is in an inconvenient spot for a bolt action gun. so ive been on the look out for other options.

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  • XEMON
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    Originally posted by Biscuits View Post
    Ive never seen that type of angle riser before. have you used it in a game yet?
    No, not yet ...
    ​​​​​​I am hoping this might work well for the once in a while I need to take a shot passed the 80 yard mark. I can tilt the scope and zoom in.
    The HHA does exactly that, but much better, but it's way (way) more ...

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  • Biscuits
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    Ive never seen that type of angle riser before. have you used it in a game yet?

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  • XEMON
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    The 1/2" riser came in, they are just right:
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  • XEMON
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    Here are some pictures:

    The supremacy doesn't fit without the riser, so here is how it stand now, with 1" riser. I have 1/2" in the mail:
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    The rail had a lot of slop from side to side (view from the back):
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    Here is the source of the slop (view from the front):

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    I cut the threaded nut holding the front down until this gap was gone. The scope doesn't move much anymore, it is probable playable at this point...
    Also, the front side to side adjustment got a nice dose of lock-tight as im not planing on using it at all and i dont want to move.

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  • XEMON
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    Ok, I got mine this weekend, and I when I put it on the gun it didn't went too well.
    The scope woble a lot, the whole thing is not machined with very tight tolerances ...

    I cut down the connector on the lathe and put some locktight on the front adjustment (side to side) so it doesn't woble too much. It's not perfect, but it's better.

    The elevation screwed is not too bad and the spring feels nice. I think with a few more twick it will do what I need it to do.
    ill post pictures when I get a chance

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  • Crimson Death
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    It's legit. Probably going to replace my HHA Optimizer with it. The one I ordered has a wind-age adjustment on it as well.

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  • XEMON
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    I've owed a lot of scope/red-dot/flip to side combo too ...
    im now settled on the Supremacy scope.
    It has proper compensation for Paintball up to about 80 yard with a X2 or X3 zoom, but above that you can't see when the shot land.

    The idea of something adjustable is to be able to tilt it for those long shot, then take the angle off for anything bellow 80 yards ...

    I bought the above-mentioned riser to give it a try ... Will post updates when it comes in

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  • P.I.C.T. Tactical
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    Originally posted by smiffington View Post
    The milsig one is hot garbage. The adjustment knob is under the rail, so is largely inaccessible to anyone with human sized hands. Unless you just spend the time to set it once and just leave it that way.


    This.
    I have owned probably every rail and scope combo out there. Just buy a fixed angled rail and save like 3 pounds.

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