G-Line Scope Adapter

Teodor Štimec

is an experienced author from the field of sports optics. He writes articles and reviews about binoculars, spotting scopes, rifle scopes, long range shooting and other topics for magazines like Lovec and Optic-Info.com blog. Currently he is a member of Optics Trade team. More about Teodor Štimec on Google+.

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7 Responses

  1. Ed Armstrong says:

    Thanks for the review.
    You mention that you can purchase the plates seperately . How much do the plates cost when purchased separately.

    Also, wondering how to order from the USA. Is there a distributer in the USA?

  2. I have a Galaxy S 3 phone I would like purchase a plate and scope adapter. Would you let me know the cost and do I purchase it through Amazon. Thank you Rickey Dunahoo

  3. Ahmed says:

    I bought one and it is great, but it will be a good idea if you guys make the diameter bit larger. Now a days scope eyes are between 45mm to 48mm

    mine is 45mm and I felt so bad that didn’t fit on it and I had hard time to find descent scope with eyepiece 43mm max


  4. Jimmie Preley says:

    where to buy the G-line camera mount

  5. Gerard says:

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  6. I would like to purchase a scope mount adapter for a android cell phone.
    where can I purchase one
    Thank you

  7. JamesG says:

    I bought one for the Note 4 and it has been mounted onto a mark 6 3x18x44. I havent shot it yet, but it is a very welcome addition to the gun collection. My only con on this is that the reticle is off center enough to make me want to risk destorying the plate to move the clamps a little more.

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