"Antique" scope mounting question

Discussion in 'Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns' started by Smitty 308, Oct 6, 2006.

  1. Smitty 308

    Smitty 308 New Member

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    Seems like when I need an answer I always end up here:)
    I bought a used, "antique style" brass, scope for my Sharps 45-70. It's the one Dixie Gunworks sells. I got the scope second hand. It looks like all the parts are there and I can generally, see how it should mount. Does anyone have experience, instructions, a diagram or any other help so I don't mess things up trying to fly by the seat of my pants?
    Thanks,
  2. Smitty 308

    Smitty 308 New Member

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    Disregard my question. Found the info on the Dixie site. The product description pretty much explains everything. I never claimed to be the sharpest spoon in the drawer. Now I have proved it.:eek:
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    polishshooter Active Member

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    Crap, just when I was going to share my infinite wisdom and advise you to "Ask Dixie....":p
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