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chappo555
02-06-2008, 08:25 PM
Gudday,
just competed in my first 200yd rimfire fly event down under last weekend. Whilst I won the event (only a local event with 13 shooters) I ran into a problem.

My sako P94s has a Weaver 36TD and I wound up a full 70 clicks (1/8 clicks) and still had to hold off some 30-34 inches above the fly.

Does anyone make either a MOA rail or mounts for the sako? If so how much MOA do I need?

cheers
chappo555

MKnarr
02-06-2008, 09:40 PM
For me to go from my 50 yard zero to my 200 yard zero, I have add about 30 minutes depending on the wind. That's with Eley match. HTH

panther
02-07-2008, 06:34 AM
G,day Chappo
Mate , i have shot rimfire fly at 200 yards on & off over the last 15 years & a few years back i looked into a set of mounts with a taper in them so i didnt have to shim the rings (always hate shimming expensive scopes).
After a bit of research i ordered a UK SPORTSMATCH one piece tapered mount designed to compensate for Barrel Droop in Air Rifles. with a 30 thou taper .
The mount fits straight onto the dovetail on my Anschutz rimfires & if i wanted to use my sako it would fit.
The great thing about this mount is i can remove it to shoot my regular 50 yard stuff & after refitting it is right on the target where i left it.
the only requirement is you have to turn the mount to face the other way & it will need you to file a port in it to allow feeding ,simple job its made of alluminium.(air rifles dont have ports).If you need a part number i can probably find it for you , my local gunshop had them in stock last time i looked .

chappo555
02-07-2008, 05:03 PM
Panther:

thanks mate, either a part no or just which gun shop in Sydney you got it from and I can give them a ring.

cheers
chappo555

panther
02-09-2008, 03:20 AM
Yeah Mate.
Got it from St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre, mate ordered them in a few years ago & have a few in the cabinet.
Heres a pic of mine after i pollished of the black & filed a port.http://i124.photobucket.com/albums/p11/finfire/mount1.jpg