B Square scope base

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Terry Smith, Apr 28, 2002.

  1. Terry Smith

    Terry Smith Guest

    Has any of you had any experience with the B Square scope base that mount to the rear sight base?
    Also I am having my gunsmith mount Lyman target sights, and cut a target crown on the barrel of my Yugo.
    I'll post the results when I get it back.

    Last edited: Apr 28, 2002
  2. colt45

    colt45 Guest

    I too had lyman sights put on my yugo youll love them.
    as for the b-square, Hay they keep makeing quality stuff. This isn't one of them. Starters youll need a pistol scope or long eye relief scope because of the distance. They also have a tendency to loosen up makeing it very had to keep a zero even with lock tight.
    I would say have your gunsmith bend your bolt handle if needed and go with the weaver #45 and #46 front and back mounts for all modle mausers and some Mill-dot high scope rings.Its a stable combo and with the right scope a deadly combo for the old paper target.

  3. Hans R Colt

    Hans R Colt Guest

    I have one on a k98, and the two main problems I have are:

    1. You have to use Red Loctite on the mounting screws to get
    them to stay in; even then, sometimes the holes aren't
    square(ha ha) to each other, and the mount locks in
    crooked(not so B-square, haha).

    2. The mount must be angled upwards/elevated no less than 2
    degrees above the barrel's centerline or else your shots past
    50 yards will be way off...If you have access, get a good
    photograph of the Nazi ZF-41 sniper rifle and compare the
    scope angle with the barrel's centerline.
  4. Armorer

    Armorer Guest

    I just got a B-Square side chamber mount for my M1.

    I am very impressed. YOu all will see it after "Kate" gets her make over, about another week or so.