DNZ Products Game Reaper® One-Piece Scope Mounts
- Machined from a solid block of top-grade billet aluminum
- High strength, super-lightweight mount for your premium scope
- 67% lighter than comparable one-piece mounts
- Four times the threads and precision socket-head cap screws
- No moving parts between the firearm and the scope
- Absorbs shock better than steel mounts
- Withstands temperature extremes better than steel mounts
- Designed to align perfectly with your rifle's receiver
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by savagehunter77 Will not work with Nikon Slughunter Purchased this mount to put on my new Savage 220 with a Nikon Slughunter 3-9x40, and when you put the scope on the base the objective bell and the zoom dial hits the base right where the screws are. If you were to actually put the rings on and tighten them down you wouldn't be able to turn the zoom dial and your scope would be slammed against the mount on the front. Terrible fit. Going to go with a picatinny style mount to get more adjust-ability and height. The quality and look of the mount is awesome and would probably work with a different scope that isn't short and have large objectives like the Nikon Slughunter. April 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SOGIII The Best The DNZ game reaper scope mounts are the best I have ever used. I the future it's the only scope mount I will use on all of my rifles. February 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mikey74 wonderful product very easy to install. I purchased this mount for the T/C Impact. It fits perfectly. Plus, it was cheaper than purchasing just the T/C base. January 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bullseye79 best mount on the market What can i say other than this is the best scope mount/rings you can buy!!!!!! 5 star! January 11, 2013
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Details:I intend to put this base on a T/C Hawken.
Sorry, but the old eyes can't see open iron sights for hunting situations.
Am I better off ordering for a T/C Encore, or CVA muzzleloader, or the Traditions?
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