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    Anybody used Sus-tac AW/AWE adjustable scope mounts on an airgun? They look pretty good and being locally made is always a massive plus.

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • Scope Bore: 25mm, 30mm, 35mm
    • Adjustable Elevation: Yes, with 0', 10', 20', MOA Rings
    • Adjustable Windage: Yes, with 2 windage screws
    • Material of Construction: Carbon Steel (not aluminium)
    • Size (L x W): 50mm x 32mm
    • Weight: +-181g (0.47lb) (7.5oz)
    • Finish: Black


    PRICING:

    • AW: 25-30mm: R1482
    • AW: 34-35mm: R1995
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    • AWE: 25-30mm: R1710
    • AWE: 34-35mm: R2223
    • E&OE




    SUS-TAC ST-AWE Scope Mounts

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    Wow, those things look fantastic. Seem a good deal more solid than any rings I've had the fortune of seeing. Decent price - right there with sportsmatch
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    Now if only we could convince airgun manufacturers to turf the 11mm Dovetail rail abomination in favour of Picatinny or at bare minimum, Weaver.
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    Yep! My Vulcan has a weaver rail though. Tempting to get those fully adjustable ones for it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macros View Post
    Yep! My Vulcan has a weaver rail though. Tempting to get those fully adjustable ones for it...
    We eagerly wait your report....
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    Uhm, presuming the MOA adjustment aims to increase upwards elevation range, it should set the scope pointing downwards, not upwards...?
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    Just an example they used from what I can see. Odd choice, but no reason to think you can't just switch them around to get the scope pointing down
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    Yes, works similar to the Burris Sig Zee system, the bushings can be rotated 360
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    Now I feel a little more confident in good ol' S.A. what a great product. Great build quality, good price and quite a bit of adjustment too. Now, if we can have them in all rail formats and maybe even a single piece mount model, although there won't be any windage adjustment on that one though. But still, way to go guys, a really nice product manufactured right here in S.A.!!
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    So, in a moment of frustration I've gone and snapped one of the bolts off of the one piece sportsmatch picatinny mount I've been using on my Vulcan, after it loosened up on me for the umpteenth time...

    So I guess it's time to give these a try!
    Will send feedback once I finally get them
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    So it's turned out to be a real pain to try and buy these rings.
    Sent messages via the channels on their contact us section asking for confirmation of price and giving my details for an invoice if so.
    Got a one liner reply 24 hours later replying that yes, the price is R1710, with R100 courier. No invoice. 3 days of emailing for one and I eventually lost interest, buying some Warne rings.
    Lo and behold, 4 hours later the invoice comes through with 0 MOA bushings. No question from the seller regarding what MOA I want. Because of course I want to buy elevation adjustable rings not to be able to adjust elevation...

    Sigh. Not great service at all. Hopefully it's just due to high demand. Seems a good product. Definitely need to up their game on the customer service front though.
    Last edited by Macros; 09-09-17 at 10:09.
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    I have the Burris Zee rings and they are windage and elevation adjustable with the inserts.
    work well and once locked in they have not moved since
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macros View Post
    So it's turned out to be a real pain to try and buy these rings.
    Sent messages via the channels on their contact us section asking for confirmation of price and giving my details for an invoice if so.
    Got a one liner reply 24 hours later replying that yes, the price is R1710, with R100 courier. No invoice. 3 days of emailing for one and I eventually lost interest, buying some Warne rings.
    Lo and behold, 4 hours later the invoice comes through with 0 MOA bushings. No question from the seller regarding what MOA I want. Because of course I want to buy elevation adjustable rings not to be able to adjust elevation...

    Sigh. Not great service at all. Hopefully it's just due to high demand. Seems a good product. Definitely need to up their game on the customer service front though.

    If you need dovetail rings, guy in your area just imported a set of sportsmatch adjustable mounts 30mm. I can pass you his number....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Total SS View Post
    I have the Burris Zee rings and they are windage and elevation adjustable with the inserts.
    work well and once locked in they have not moved since
    +1 Worked brilliantly for me too.

    Sigh. Not great service at all. Hopefully it's just due to high demand. Seems a good product. Definitely need to up their game on the customer service front though.
    What a pity, it should not be so difficult to support local...
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