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BKL mounts for 22 rimfire dovetails

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by OYE, Jan 12, 2011.

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  1. OYE

    OYE Member

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    Any long term experience with the BKL mounts with the double rings and
    double clamping screws on each mount. I have one set that seems very solid,
    but I haven't used them long term. Thanks
     
  2. highorder

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    I use the BKL-454 on my 10/22. It's simple, reliable, and accurate. Well built, with a nice finish. Not the exact product you're asking about, but I've had it mounted for 10 years with no issues.
     
  3. JohnBT

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    I have had the single rings on 3 rimfire rifles and they've been fine for many years. It might be 4 rifles by now, I don't remember, and I have some new rings waiting on me to buy some new rifles.

    Let's see, 2 T-36s, a big Leupold EFR and a little EFR, a Weaver 2x-7, heck I don't know anymore. :) I think I put the Burris rings with inserts on the Cooper, so that makes... nevermind.

    John
     
  4. Geno

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    I have two of them. They sure do hold solid! I have had mine for about 3 years.

    Geno
     
  5. OYE

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    Thanks for the input. They do seem very solid compared to the tip off style 22 rings.
     
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    If the ring spacing on the one piece works with your scope I would prefer that myself, never can have too much clamping surface on a dovetail mount.
     
  7. JohnBT

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    These are rimfire rings. The plain old single rings are sturdy enough; no loctite or anything fancy and no cranking down on the screws is required.
     
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