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The correct way to install our mounts in just a few minutes– Set the mount on top of your receiver or barrel and line up all of the holes in mount to the holes in your firearm. Install all base screws ( short screws ) thru mount and thread loosely into gun. Tighten each screw and loosen them to see if it holds mount tight on each screw. If you have a screw that bottoms out in threaded hole you will need to shorten it up a 1/2 thread or so. This does not happen much, but it has happened in the past. Some holes are not tapped as deep as others or as deep as needed. Next – using long end of wrench into head of screws. Hold mount down against firearm and snug very front and very back base screws on mount, then snug other base screws. Next – turn wrench around and install short end into head of screw and tighten each screw while holding one thumb on top of wrench pushing down into head of screw and other thumb on end of long end of wrench. For STEEL receivers or barrels tighten until you start to feel wrench flex or bend. Hold torque for 5 seconds, this locks screw into place. Do each screw, and then do all of them again to seat screws in place. Talk with gun maker to get correct torque specs on their receivers or barrels when using torque tools. You will have to use less torque on Aluminum receivers. We go 30 inch pounds on steel receiver guns we mount and 18 inch pounds on Aluminum receiver guns we mount using our screws. Our base screws are longer than most others. Next – Install scope and install rings. Turn each screw (long screws )into mount and snug them to where you can still move scope. You need to have about the same gap on both sides of rings, about 1/32” between mount and rings. Next – get proper eye relief correct and then level cross hairs in scope. Next – tighten screws a little and then recheck to see if crosshairs are still level. Next – Tighten ring screws the same way as listed above on base screws until wrench starts to flex and bend. Hold torque for 5 seconds and do each screw. Then do each screw again and this will give you the correct torque. Our mounts are machined so true and straight it takes more torque to hold a scope in place. 25 inch pounds on ring screws for a cheap $60.00 scope. 30 to 35 inch pounds on a good quality scope. You will not hurt the threads in our mounts since we use such long ring screws. The screws can handle about 70 inch pounds. After about 70 the hardened steel screws start to break. Some light weight firearms and heavy weight scope combos take a few more inch pounds or torque to hold in place since mount is made so true and straight.

Short screws go thru mount and into firearm. Long screws install thru rings and into mount. All ring screws we use are 6-40 X 5/8” long

This info is listed at the product info area of the gun make

All of our scope mounts are machined from a solid block of billet 6061T6 Aluminum

Turn mount around 180 degrees and see if all holes line up or you have wrong action length mount

Height dimensions are listed at the product info area of the gun make. If you cannot figure out what height mount you need by checking the height dimensions in the product info area send us an e mail or give us a call. Info you need to have in e mail or before you call – Gun make and model, caliber of gun, name brand of scope, tube size of scope, tube mounting length of scope, overall length of scope, diameter of outside of front of scope (not the glass size, but outside of scope diameter)

Outside to outside of ring dimensions are listed at the product info area of each gun make.

Any of our mounts will hold on any caliber firearm. Once you use our mounts you will see you are shooting the best groups you have ever shot. Our 2 screw per ring mounts will hold on any caliber.

Yes, You should have about a 1/64″ to 1/32″ gap between ring tops and mount after you have finished the mounting process.

Thread Locker is not needed with our mounts if it is installed correctly. DO NOT use any type of thread locker on our long ring screws. The screws we use are longer than other companies screws. We have about 20 threads holding your scope in place on each screw. If you do use thread locker, most of the time you will have to saw or break screws to get your scope out of mount. Do not send any mount back to us for exchange or refund if it has thread locker anywhere on the mount.