Originally Posted by HotShot
A higher scope will also allow you to take some depth off your hamster - this should help stop the gun moving around as much as the main weight of the gun is lower.
You will need long cheek piece adjusters though.
I would agree with this remark by Dave,
In my opinion, the hamster you have is to high, allowing too much movement.
I am having a high cheek piece made at the minute for my pro target as a result of fitting a higher rail.
This was only to suit the scope though, allowing clearance for the cocking arm.
A Hawke side wheel model.
The hamster is still quite low down.