Today I realized that my large scope ring is about .030 of an inch off center. Has to do with the original design that I did. Wow this sucks. Thirty thousandths of an inch isn't much but it's not perfect.
I've redone the original design to insure it's symmetrical, but I have 12 sets of mounts I was hoping to sell and now I really can't. I've redone the design to fix it and started re-doing the machining programs and such but wow this sucks.
Starting to realize why machined parts are so damn expensive. I guess these will still be good test parts. Learning can be expensive.
yea, it's close but not quite right. have some feelers out looking for a more correct version. I may atleast machine some caps to give the adjustment knobs a more correct look, I may even be able to modify the base some to achieve the correct look.
Another consideration might be to try to obtain one of the 4x15 versions of the scope, which will be a lot cheaper than the 4x20 model. Then you could cut it down and stick an objective bell on the end.