B-Square Shotgun Scope Mounts
- Unique contoured saddle-style design
- Provides a custom fit
- Attaches to both sides of the shotgun receiver
- Full-length rails for maximum eye relief adjustments
- See-thru design
- Lightweight aluminum construction
- Standard dovetail style base accepts Weaver® Style 1" scope rings
- Does not restrict loading or ejection
Scope not included.
Rated 1.6 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Buzzman72 OK at first... I had a B-Square scope mount on my Winchester 1400 12-gauge...notice I said "had." The first couple of years, it was really sweet. Then the next year when I got the gun out to sight it in for hunting, I couldn't hit the same spot twice. Turns out one of the mounting holes in the aluminum scope mount had "pulled," which meant every time I fired the gun, the mount--and the scope--moved. I finally removed the B-Square mount and replaced it with a set of fiber optic sights that clip onto the vent rib...quite an improvement over a scope mount that moved with every shot. I've sinced mounted my 4X scope on my Marlin 39A .22, and I'm not going back. January 27, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Keodom Works Well on Remington 11-87 Purchased this mount for Remington 11-87. Installed easily. Mounted a Nikon shotgun scope for turkey hunting. Have used for 4 years with no problems. January 21, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by drrxnupe Doesn't fit, bad customer service I purchased the mount/scope combo for my Mossberg 935. After trying for a week to mount it, I gave up. I'm not sure if I was sent the wrong mount, but it just doesn't fit. I emailed B-Square customer service with no response. I finally called and got transfered to several different people. Finally ended up on some dude's voicemail. I left a message and he never called back. I'll never purchase a B-Square product again in my life. January 1, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by bassman7869 Not what I expected from bass pro I purchased this and it showed it should fit more than one gun. After installing it and shooting the gun, it apparently wasn't the right one. When the chamber shucked a shell, it slammed into it causing the scope sights to be way off. After taking it to a gun shop to get looked at. It also had to be filed out so it would work after this. Luckily for me I took the scope back and got my money back. This is the first time I've ever had any trouble with anything that I purchased from bass pro shops. Not a happy camper! December 9, 2008
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Details:If the same one is used on the 12, seems like there would be air space between mount and receiver on the youth model 20 gauge. Are there spacers? I need to mount a truglo gobble stopper red dot scope on the gun.