How to install a rifle scope?
Here's the basics on mounting the scope on a rifle. ( Assuming you have a scope mount on the rifle.)
1. Place the bottom half of the scope rings on the rifle first (Without the scope attached.)
2. Place the scope on the bottom half of the rings and adjust the scope mounts to comfortably fit your eye. When adjusted, tighten down the bottom half of scope rings to the rifle mount. ( The scope should have one cross hair adjustment at the top and one on the right.)
3. Place the scope in the rings and then put the top half of the rings on. Tighten them down, but not VICE tight, just loose. You still want to move the scope some.
4. Look through the scope and align the cross hairs level with the rifle barrel. The Vertical line should be straight up and down at a right angle with the barrel.
5. when you have the scope adjusted to your eye and the barrel of the rifle, tighten the top scope rings in a crisscross pattern a little at a time. Don't vice one down then go to the next one. Do it a few turns on each one until they are tight.
A final note. If you have a small screw hole and screw at the back end of the scope mount (on the rifle) you may want to place the rear scope ring against that screw. This is a scope stop. This will keep the scope from moving back from the recoil. Some scope mounts have a long pad at the rear of the scope mount that acts the same way. It's usually necessary on high powered rifles not 22's.
Your Winchester model 25 rifle will take any size scope that you see fit to use as long as the rifle is drilled and tapped for scope use.If your rifle comes with a 3/8in.milled receiver rail then you must use that size scope ring bases.I recommend that a good 4X power scope is all that is needed for the effective range of .22cal rimfire ammo.
You are asking this question in the Shotgun category, so I must say that you don't scope a shotgun. Here's the basics on mounting the scope on a rifle. ( Assuming you have a scope mount on the rifle.) 1. Place the bottom half of the scope rings on the rifle first (Without the scope attached.) 2. Place the scope on the bottom half of the rings and adjust the scope mounts to comfortably fit…
If you want it to be exclusively a scoped rifle, the best mount would probably be the one where you actually remove the rear sight aperture, and install a base for a scout scope mount there. If you're looking to install a reflex optic, and have it cowitness with your iron sights, then your best option would be the MAK rail.
Does a Swiss Arms 4x32 rifle scope fit well on an airsoft UTG type 96 shadow ops sniper rifle If not what scope do you recommend?
It's not practical unless it is a Pistol Scope. With rifle scopes you must put your eye just behind the scope to aim. A rifle scope will fit a pistol but then you have the problem of putting the scope and pistol up to your face to aim. A pistol scope is designed to be held at arms length and still see enough to aim the pistol.
I am not familiar with this particular model (427) but I am familiar with Benjamin air rifle. If your problem is that there is on Scope rail to mount your scope then I know how to fix it. Crosman airguns owns Benjamin air guns. Crosman offers a special Benjamin barrel clamp that lets you mount a scope to it. See the link below