DRichardson Posted May 25, 2013 Share Posted May 25, 2013 (edited) I'm getting ready to order a mount for my new to me open gun. The mount that I am looking to get is the Cheely horizontal mount. I know the mounting pattern on my frame is the older Dawson pattern at .330 center to center , not the more common .375 pattern and Matt said he could do the pattern no problem. When I was getting some other mesurements I noticed there is quite a angle to the hole pattern on my frame. The front hole is roughly .330 to the bottom of the frame and the rear hole is roughly .400 to the bottom of the frame. Will .070 worth of rake in the mount pose a issue with zeroing the C-more or should I forward the measurements to Matt and let him drill the mount with the rake taken into account so the c-more will sit flat? Also is there any benifit to the set back mount over the standard? Wouldn't the standard mount give more percived dot movement due to the lense being further from the pivot point (the grip, wrist area) under recoil, or am I just way overthinking this? Here are some pictures to help visualise what the problem may be. Thanks for the help Edited May 25, 2013 by DRichardson Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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