Just today I put weaver rings on mine. They have a 3/8 dovetail base and 1" scope rings. I had short 1" rings but I could not remove my bolt for cleaning. The rings I replaced the rings with the above mentioned. 3/8 dovetail mount 1" rings fro scope mounting see thru mounts for use of iron sights And the most important part of all is the 7/8 rise of the new mounts.
These guns were never drilled/tapped for scope mounts. Like most inexpensive .22 rifles, the top of the receiver is grooved for tip-off mounts. The mounts and rings are typically one piece, and sold virtually everywhere - even WalMart.
WILLIAMS HAS( OLD )SIDE MOUNTS FOR THESE GUNS.
Yes I believe that the Savage model 110E and the regular model 110 will share the same scope Mounts.
S & K Scope Mounts in western PA makes one for the Eddystone http://www.scopemounts.com/ Look under "Insta Mounts"
One can purchase rifle scope mounts from websites like Optics Planet, Cabelas, Amazon, Scope Mounts, Airgun Depot, eBay, Talley Manufacturing and Jmecks Scope Mounts.
what type of scope mounts do I need
Since it has weaver rails, all you need are Weaver scope rings. An offset mount will help too.
Your shotgun was manufactured by Hi Standard as their Supermatic model C1200, no later than the early 1980's. Suitable scope base mounts will be difficult to find.
Yes, scope mounts will work on the top rail, if they are tall enough to put the scope out of reach of the cocking pin and hopper mount,and on the side rails, although they are plastic. Offset mounts and risers can also be used on the top rail. They all have to be 3/8 dovetail mounts (standard for air guns) like the ones for Tippman A5 and 98c.
Just about any rings and mounts made by Weaver will fit nicely. Using lesser quality rings will cause the scope to go out of adjustment when the shotgun is fired.
I have two answers for you. Crosman air gun owns both Benjamin and Sheridan air guns. See the link below for the date of manufacture. ( not all dates are there) See the second link for the scope mounts. Hint: you may find that the scope is too far forward when you mount it because the loading port is in the way of the mount. I placed both mounts on the front tube of the scope so I could get it back far enough for my eye relief. Both rings are on the mounts in front of the loading port so the scope extends back over the loading port. Both scope rings are attached to the front tube of the scope.
You need to talk to a gunsmith.
Scope mounts that mount on the left side of the receiver using the four screw holes are available from Weaver.
you need a rail for a LA 110. Midways got it. You need to know if you have a real flat reciever or round.
It looks like any mount that will clamp to the top rail is good. No gunsmithing is necessary to mount a scope.
All rifles or reasonable caliber are going to have recoil, I would look at your mounts or scope. tighten up your scope rail
Scope rings are used in mounting scopes on guns and rifles. Scope rings can be purchased from several retailers as well as on several online websites.
Assuming that your scope is a 3x9x40 scope,then medium height rings will do the job.If it is a 3x9x50mm scope,then you will need a set of high scope rings.
Should serve you well. You will need mounts and rings.
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Your western field 822 was made by mossberg firearms company.the model is mossberg model 640K.I would start by cross reference the scope mounts for the mossberg 640K.Good luck!
Hello: Weaver offers a scope base for the Marlin Model 512 Slugmaster, contact Weaver for a complete package. Thanks side scope mount (Weaver 10M)
Typically, a 2.5 to 4 power scope. You may need an offset mount, since the 94 ejects through the top.