diana bullseye zr 1-Pc Mount

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    ranedouglas
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    ..   i cant find much feedback or customer reviews about this newer diana 'slider' mount  :    https://www.airgunsofarizona.com/scope-mounts/diana-bullseye-zero-recoil-mount-1-rings-dovetail/    ….  ag's of az told me i could send back the one-piece lockdown mount they tossed in when i bought my .177 diana 430L for $230 + their shipping rates aout a month ago….i was upset that the lower $230 price was for gun only…   now they are clearance-ing these .177 diana 430L underlevers for $199 , but i'm wishing i had just paid the $270 and got the zr mount and 3-9x32ao diana scope to complete my combo……………   but anyway , these older diana one-piece lockdown mounts are too long and i usually cannot get eye relief with these mounts due to an old neck injury from football..   nor can i use shorter scopes , like the b-square shorty 40, or bug buster scopes….   the reviews on this one-piece mount (with moving parts) are inconsistent..    i had planned to ask yall about your personal , hands-on experiences and feedback with this new 'slider' mount…..    but i already KNOW i cant use the older one-piece lockdown mount (and i used to ONLY mount scopes to my magnum spring/piston guns with one-piece mounts that were 80-100 cm long)….but i'm just gonna swap out with ag's of az and experience the diana 'slider' mount for myself — and post about it here…  I HOPE I'M NOT SHOOTING MYSELF IN THE FOOT HERE WITH THIS…    – paul .  

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    biohazardman
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    Yes, the reviews are inconsistent but I bought one anyway and mine had no perceptible play in it.  I did have a bit of trouble getting it mounted so the windage on my scope was not maxed out though. But I finally prevailed and the mount is on my Diana 52 and werqing just fine.  I did not notice any accuracy issues. There were/are China made copies of this made in China unit that are not so good.

     

     

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    ranedouglas
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    …. the diana 'slider' mount looks pretty good atop your magnum diana side lever , there , biohazmatman…..  i'll be posting some detailed info after i digest my zr mount a bit , but i hope i get a good one….it's going atop my brand new , test fired only .177 diana 430L  — and you know how long it takes to completely 'run in' an diana piston gun … (1000-2000 shots , the longest of any spring / piston airgun that i know of….   but when i got mine for $230 + shipping a month ago , ag's of az said they still had over 200 of these really nice under-levers….now they're on for $199 (gun only) !!    WELL WORTH IT !!!    more to come as it cools off down here….   ttyl  (talk to yall later)…       –  paul..

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    biohazardman
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    I just read an article on the 430L and zr mount stating that if he pushed the scope against the spring and let it slide back before each shot he got better accuracy. I have not tried it so cannot say. Thought the accuracy was OK as it was for a springer myself.

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