Vintage Military Reproductions
Vintage Sniper Mounting Kits
Have you ever taken something apart and forgotten how to put it back together?
Well, we did one worse. We lost some parts in the process...
We were at the 2018 SHOT Show and we brought our Uberti Winchester 1885 High Wall as a display rifle. Due to show rules, we had to pull out the firing pin.
Fast forward 2 years, we've decided that we wanted to shoot this rifle again. Fortunately, we've found the exploded diagram for the Uberti High Wall.
Jim Leatherwood developed the ART scopes during the 60's to solve the important problem of range estimation. In Automatic Mode, the ART scopes can range targets of known dimension and compensate for the bullet's trajectory in one action. But, what if you wanted to increase the magnification more than what was given by Automatic mode?
It is critical to properly set the locking nut within the crescent groove of the standard bases. Although, the Malcolm 8X scope mounts have been calibrated at the factory to properly fasten to the provided crescent cut bases, you may need to adjust the friction screws in the mount. In this video, we’ll be going over how and when you should adjust the friction screws within the Malcolm 8X USMC mounts.
If you expect to frequently adjust elevation on your Malcolm 6X Long Rifle Telescope, you may opt to use the Fine Elevation Adjustment Set.
The FEASET is a bolt on upgrade to the rear scope mount. It allows you to adjust the elevation on the Malcolm 6X Long Scope without having to manually loosen and raise the scope block.
To install the front ring on to the scope tube, slide the front ring on to the objective end sunshade, with the flat spring facing the back of the scope.
The front ring will slide into the front dovetail by the muzzle.