Scoping the Pardini

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Scoping the Pardini

Post by jmdavis on Sat Jun 13, 2015 2:21 pm

I'm looking for people's experiences with both the pardini rings and dedicated mounts like the one that Larry's sells. Most of the people I come in contact with locally have a dedicated mount and some have multiple barrels and Ries systems to switch back and forth. I can't afford that right now and need to be able to shoot irons for .22 EIC matches. 

I've gone through here and Target talk and there are people that are happy with each. But has anyone used both? And if so, which do you prefer and why?

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Re: Scoping the Pardini

Post by pistol champ on Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:46 pm

I tried to get the rings not to move with the scope and never could get them to work. Also the zero when going from 22 to 32 always required an adjustment. I threw in the towel and went with the separate mounts and scopes. I'm very happy with this set up just switch barrels and the scope is right on every time.

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Re: Scoping the Pardini

Post by jmdavis on Sun Jun 14, 2015 10:21 am

Thanks for the comparison, I will be sending the pistol off after camp Perry to get it drilled and tapped for the mount. I met a guy who was using the mount with irons attached, but he only used the dot and had not shot irons. Until I earn the cmp 22 badge I need to be able to shoot the irons..

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Re: Scoping the Pardini

Post by Ghillieman on Mon Jun 15, 2015 10:17 am

JMDavis, before you send that Pardini off call Warne scope mounts. Tell the guy that you have a Pardini pistol and want two quick detachable rings for the 19mm European rail. This is the same ring as the front mount for the CZ 452 rifle. You will need to know if your dot sight has the 25mm tube or the 30mm tube. The quick detach feature will allow you to take it off for the 22 Pistol EIC match. Thats what I have done, it works flawlessly.

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Re: Scoping the Pardini

Post by jmdavis on Mon Jun 15, 2015 10:28 am

I'm willing to give that a try, thanks Dan. Hopefully my Benelli will be back up this week with a new trigger system.

I have been training with irons. My slow fire is still suffering, but my sustained fire is averaging 1-2 points behind scoped scores. No cleans yet with irons but I am working on it.

Mike

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