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    Default One-Piece (unimount) vs Two-Piece Scope Mount

    What are the pros and cons of using a one-piece (unimount) vs a two-piece scope mount?

    I am assuming that using a unimount will eliminate these two (2) steps - Mounting a Scope


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    With the one piece mount you don't have to check if the rings are inline with each other even if they arn't. There is nothing you can do. With reaming or lapping that depends on the quality of the rings. If the machining is good on the rings you wont have too. Cant really give you any pros or cons between the two. If used them both the only time I buy the one piece is if i need more eye relief and have two push the scope forward.

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    One other thing you should always keep the rings together don't mix the top half of one with the bottom half of the other.

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