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C-more mount for Tanfolgio/EAA


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Could you please guide me to pick a c-more mount for Tanfoglio/EAA gold team. 

Among the two types of mounting system (conventional and 90 degree) for the conventional choice, I have two options:

1- EAA mount (http://eaacorp.com/gun_accessories/index.php/witness-c-more-scope-mt-102205.html), and

2- DAA mount (https://www.doublealpha.biz/us/double-alpha-c-more-mount)

for a 90 degree mount, I also have two options:

1- Henning (http://www.henningshop.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=1284207&CAT=10066), and

2- Cheely (https://www.shootersconnectionstore.com/Cheely-Custom-C-More-Scope-Mount-Setback-Silver-P2407.aspx) (not sure for this one, I asked their customer service about the compatibility of their mount, and they respond it is only compatible with STI)


I have two questions:

- with regard to the 90 degree mount:

I know the advantage of 90 degree is the minimal offset and disadvantage is blocking the left side of peripheral vision (and perhaps for the conventional mount, the pros and cons are the opposite). My question is, does the c-more with 90-degree sits far enough from the barrel ports to prevent the blast casing damage to the lens or cover it with carbon? Also, has anyone tried the Cheely on a Tanfoglio pistol? I want to know, is the c-more lens, mounted by Cheely, align with the tanfoglio barrel/slide?

- with regard to the conventional mount:

Does this mount make it hard to transit between production and open gun division competitions? 


So in general could you please help me to decide between the two mounting systems?

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