I'm only in the beginning stages of gunsmithing, Will get out the micrometer and see if I cannot measure them for you. I'll Keep you posted. To the other folks reagarding the dexterity of the rail. I'd say it isn't bad. It's not the most precision piece of equipment made but then again what in the military is hahaha.
I'm Selling mine. I just replaced the Wasp with a TechSights Rear sight simply bc I don't like having a scope on this rifle. It's for mainly riding along on the tractor for coyotes, and home self defense. Less Gadgets are better. I will say that over the course of 3 years of weekly carry in the woods, on the farm, and in and out of the truck, wife knocking it over in the closet it held zero through all of it. Upon disassembly (literally took about 2 minutes) I found there was no loctite on the threads and it didn't mar the receiver that much. I'd say the mount is made well. But that's just my .02cents
I had bought the rifle for 450$ (184-xxx) simply because I noticed the mount was unique. Turned out the mount new sold for 160.00
, Although that's nice and all I'm gonna sell it for less but more than the other side mounts you find on-line for pre 2005 models. I did manage to create a blue print and measurements for later manufacturing. When I make one it will have the Rear Williams standard peep threads so It may be readily replaced. Also this unit should be about a 100$ mount when made. It will be very cheap to reproduce. The most expensive part will be creating the peep adjust system. The rest is just good welding and a Drill press work. Take care folks and see ya'll around