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Good Point-They are a good solid mount.

Bad Point-They have zero adjustment. I have no use for a mounting system with no adjustment for a firearm that is very limited in adjustment to start with.

Take a good look at the one piece steel Warne base. Lots of adjustment for different scopes. And every bit as solid. Tom.
 

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I love the Talley aluminum set ups but not so much on the Encore. As mentioned earlier, the Encore mount is one piece, there is no adjustment. I have found that on the Encore, I cannot move the scope far enough forward for me.

I use them almost exclusively on my other rifles though.
 

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I Just got one of these mounts. I posted it somewere else on here. Anyways, I really like it. It doesnt have any adjustment, but the scope I got was just right for me. I dont know if I would get another, just because there is no adjustment. The longer the scope, however, the more adjustment you get by sliding the scope back and forth. I guess I just got lucky. The scope I used is the new Redfield Revolution 3-9x40
 

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I have Talley mounts on all of my Encore brls and have never had a problem.

I think they are very easy to work with.

No complaints here...
 

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I have Nikon Prostaffs on all my Encore brls.

Not the best scope, but a great value for the $$$
 
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