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BKL Drop Compensated Mount, 1" Rings, Dovetail

4" Long, with 6 Base Screws
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BKL's patented Auto-Centering design overcomes problems caused by varying dovetail or rail. BKL mounts have the unique ability to flex, giving them superior gripping power! Your mount may look like it's bending, but it's supposed to do's grabbing and tightly holding your optics on your gun. Ideal for magnum airguns and semi-auto rimfire guns.

BKL Drop Compensated Mount, 1" Rings, Dovetail Features:
  • 1" Rings
  • 4" Long
  • Fits 3/8" or 11mm Dovetail
  • 6 screw base
  • .007" drop compensation
  • Finish: Matte black
  • Weight: 5.10 oz.
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  • ManufacturerBKL
  • Condition New
  • Accessories Type Scope Mounts
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
  • Weight 0.45
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By RocketpyroOctober 28, 2018

The best 11mm mount I have tested. Once mounted, the scope will not move if you follow instructions on tightening. This mount is super for modern high-recoil airguns and most grooved .22 rifles. Do not use this mount on Remington Nylon 66 rifles as it changes the receiver profile and the firearm will not fire. I needed to add shims to one end of the mount to improve alignment on my Nitro Vexin. You get what you pay for in this solidly designed mount.

Well constructed, clamps securely, includes proper Allen wrench.


By Jim L.February 14, 2017

I have them on all three of my air rifles, & they are the best scope mounts by far from any other mounts I ever put on any of my rifles, & air rifles.

It centers it self when you clamp it down with the screws, & they never move on the most heaviest springers.

I can not think of one thing!

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So, does anyone know what 0.007- inch equals in inch compensation at 20 yard zero point of impact? Thank you.

asked CHUCK from USA

So that is .007 over the 4 inch length of the mount. Divide .007 by 4 equals .00175 per inch times 720 inches { 20 yds} equals 1.26 inch drop. Almost nothing most are in the .020 range.

Kevin from Canada

So, does anyone know what 0.007- inch equals in inch compensation at 20 yard zero point of impact? Thank you.

asked sammy from USA

At 20yd it should raise point of impact by 6-7". POI at 100yd would be approximately 23MOA - with your scope mechanically zero'd so elevation and windage are in the very middle of their adjustment range with equal amount of clicks available up/down, and left/right, your rifle should strike about 23" high at 100yd. These will then allow you to adjust up to hit 200 yd easily with room left over. Depending on your scope adjustment cited by the factory - you might be able to adjust further out to 300yd. We only shoot at 200yd at my range though. tim

Tim from USA

Is this mount aluminum or steel? Is the mount available with different height rings such as low, med and high ?

asked Greg

It's Alum and despite only using two screws per ring (rather than four) it has held a 30mm bell scope well on my Diana 46. It does not have much clearance for Bell so I don't think it suitable for most 40mm and larger scopes. In all its overbuilt for the grip on the dovetail, under built for the rings themselves and does not have much rise. It did solve the barrel droop on my Diana and it is well made.

Mark from USA
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