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Riser rail for AA s200 with 10 shot

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Can anyone suggest, or tell me what they have if they've done it as below.

11mm to picatinny riser rail, for an AA s200 with a 10 shot magazine fitted. I reckon taking into account the two small domed screws which are on top of the magazine, the rail will have to give at least 18 mm clearance.

I have a photon with an extended picatinny rail for eye relief used on another rifle, and want to be able to use it on the s200. 

I have looked at so many from various makes I am confusing myself.

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Top of barrel to centre of scope tube will be about 2 1/2 inches.

 

At present with day scope fitted it is 1 3/4 inches

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As you are most likely aware - the further above your barrel the scope sits, the more important it is to learn hold over/under - my Wildcat scope sit's 2.75 inches above the barrel and is a nightmare much more than 5 yards either side of zero.

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Yeah, what it is I have a photon on a quick detach offset picatinny rail which I use on another rifle, so rather than having to keep taking it on and off, and fit high mounts like on the s200 dayscope, am trying to source a riser rail to suit the 10 shot magazine. I can find some but they are very close to what I need for clearance.

I am on shielding until 16th August so cannot get to local shop.

I am thinking somebody else must have overcome this problem and has the answer.

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Yeah with normal 30mm high on the photon all is well on the s200. Don't want to go back to single loading, ditching the 10 shot. The photon sits in the cupboard and needs more use.

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