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    B-Square Scope Mount

    I don't believe I ever shared this before today but as the topic came up on another thread, I uploaded the photos. I had this scope on the rifle for probably 10 years. It requires the removal of the ejector screw if I remember right and then is more or less clamped onto the rear charging bridge. It does not harm the rifle and was very stable in the time I had it on. I killed two deer with this setup on the first and only time I took it into the woods so it has a very good track record. I have since restored the rifle to military configuration but kept the scope and mount just in case I ever decide to take it hunting again.








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    Most guys that have them swear by them...others that don't call them down. The idea of being able to return a rifle to original makes it worth a try. After all, it's not meant as a replacement for regulated rifles...
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    I'm wondering if it will work on my Indian 308. Might have to investigate that. A bit cheaper to shoot than the 303.

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    I'll bet you get good satisfaction...
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    LOL, first I have to remember where I put the scope. Then I have to find the 308. Hoping it isn't buried in the back of the safe.

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    I have a B square mount for the #4 and its solid. Is there a model or part number for the mount that fits the No.1 Mk3 ?


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