For sale, I have the following items:
1) 1" 9-11mm dovetail mounts (triple screw), with 1x picatinny ring cap (4x slot) – brand unknown - brand new, never used.
2) 1" bubble level – brand new, never used.
£30 for both items (to include P+P from Southern Ireland).
For 30mm scopes or plastic reducers for 25mm scope tubes.
Add a picatinny/weaver mounting system to your scope for IR or torch etc
Usually brand new these are £20 plus post each from Nightmaster...
But here you get one brand new one and one new but unpackaged together both (Both pictured) for...
Used Warne QR rings for 30mm tube scopes.
Low height, possibly medium.
Good overall condition (including the screw heads) for a good price. Sold as seen in the photographs.
Suitable for picatinny/weaver style bases and rails.
£35.00 posted UK-wide :)
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