Installs in a snap -- no gunsmithing required! Unique contoured saddle-style design provides a custom fit and attaches to both sides of the shotgun receiver for a stronger, more secure mount. Features include full-length rails for maximum eye relief adjustments and a see-thru design allowing use of the gun's bead sight. Lightweight aluminum construction. Standard dovetail style base accepts Weaver® Style 1" scope rings (included). Mounts do not restrict loading or ejection.
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
Lightweight aluminum construction
Standard dovetail style base accepts Weaver® Style 1" scope rings
have your gun tapped properly and avoid this junk. it wont hold zero and its ads bulk and weight.
May 3, 2012
poorly made product
I bought the b-square for my benelli nova. Unfortunately this is the only way to mount a scope to my gun because the receiver is made of plastic and cannot be drilled or tapped without cracking. The mount went on easily but then the problems began. I had read several reviews stating that if you get the screws too tight the action won't work. Well the action worked but the trigger didn't. So for the first 6 shots all I heard was a click because the trigger wouldn't release so I kept having to back the screws out. Then when I got the screws where they didn't interfere with the trigger, then the scope mount was loose and raised up in the front about a 1/4 of an inch every time I shot it. Seems to me the biggest problem is the size of the screws being half the size of the holes in the gun receiver therefore allowing play and movement. I also now have a scratched gun because the b square moved around on the gun. As I mentioned before the worst part about this whole deal is if you want to add a scope to a nova this is the only product available since you can't drill and tap it. Purchase at your own risk!
April 5, 2010
this product is cheap and heavy
this adds unwanted weight on your gun and after sighting it in on my mossberg tactical the retical fell right out.....they must keep them attached to the lens with glue...brutal...stay away. replaced with a red dot and love it.
February 6, 2010
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
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.
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