Dnz Scope Mounts Review
If you're looking for something a little more unique in your rifle scope mounting then take a look at Dnz Scope Mounts. Made of milled, Anodized Aluminium, the Dnz scope mount system is one third the weight of all other one piece scope mounts and yet it can still tare and rust easily. For more heavier calibers, such as the Remington RVO and Varmint, use the Proximity welding welded rail mounts. For even bigger calibers such as the Boone & Crockett, use the Dnz Dry-mounted rail system. The Dnz system allows the user to choose from a variety of mounting accessories including front tube assemblies and rear tube assemblies.
Although the company has been in business since 1983, they have only recently switched to a one piece design. Originally they used two pieces but, time and technology have shown that a single piece design provides better durability and stability. The new, single-sided design allows the user to change the cam settings without having to dismantle their whole unit. In addition, it enables the user to adjust for distance and wind conditions easily.
DNZ Scope Rings are made of high quality stainless steel which ensures that each and every unit is fully functional. The rings are precision welded and have a unique,'snap and lock' action, ensuring that the scope mounts will not fall off. The rings are made from a number of different materials including, Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Titanium, and more. Each material has been designed to specifically meet the requirements of DNZ scopes.
The best scope mounts are designed to function seamlessly with each other. They also ensure that your equipment remains securely mounted on the rail of your gun. With an innovative design, they eliminate the need for the traditional V-Bar method of mounting. Instead, they use a series of rings that firmly and securely lock onto each other.
Unlike earlier models, DNZ's new design comes with both the rail and ring already formed. This allows users to quickly and easily attach or detach the scope from their gun. For example, if you are using a Red Dot sight, you would simply align the crosshairs, place the scope, and then snap the engagement ring and the rail together. Once this is done, you can then place your finger over the ring and place your finger between the rail and the crosshairs. It will lock into place.
Another great design feature of the new DNZ Revolver is its joinery. Rather than being a simple mechanical joint, the joinery includes an aluminium plate and cap. This cap and plate allows for the scope to be securely mounted, yet remain attached to the gun at all times. Users also no longer have to worry about loose screws, which was a common problem for users of the old DNZ mounts.
The new Dnz Revolver reticles are designed to be used with an optional Red Dot sight. To do so, you must remove the dovetail between the rail and the vertical reticle, which should be located behind the aiming glass. Then, place the aiming circle on the right side of the sight, over the cap and plate. To align the sight to the crosshairs, place the correct amount of pressure on the mouse and move the mouse in a circular motion until it lines up with the centre of the crosshairs. You will now be able to view the target directly through the sight. For added accuracy, you may wish to upgrade to the High Optimum Training sight, which offers better overall accuracy.
To conclude, it is clear that Dnz Scopes are superior to their competitors. Their design, materials, and functionality leaves nothing to be desired, making them a great choice for hunters looking for a quality hunting or target reticle. The next step for Dnz is to develop a decal for the front of each of their models, which would certainly add an additional dimension to their designs.