Thanks Subtract the scope body diameter, 57.4 - 30 = 27.4mm, then divide that number in half, 27.4/2 = 13.7mm or .539” will be the distance needed from the bottom of the ring saddles to the receiver. The way and method you mount your scope is incredibly important. An optic equipped rifle is designed that way to gain the most possible precision possible, so mounting an optic improperly goes against the grain and point of the weapon in the first place. We offer the largest range of Rifle Scopes and Rifle Scope Mounting Systems available anywhere in the UK!
Scope ring heights will be identified by a number manufactured into the lower half of the ring. I have a vortex razor 4.5-27x56 and a masterpiece arms 65ba on the way and trying to order rings to have everything here to shoot this weekend. Optics Warehouse is a family owned, online retailer that has been specialising in Rifle Scopes, Mounting Systems, Thermal and Night Vision Optics, Spotting Scopes, Binoculars and more since 2007. Ring Height Selection Guide (see below) - please call us if you need assistance 907 444 5751. While the rings themselves may be advertised as “shorter” than … It comes with a 20 moa rail and I'm looking at the vortex precision rings in 1.1 or 1.26 height. This scope mount selector is intended as a general guide for most rifles and most scopes.
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scope mount, he only need to mount the #5 ring on the front scope mount, and purchase one new #6 ring to mount on the rear scope mount. My numbers say I will be clear by 4-5mm, but I want to know if anyone else has this setup. Mount Selector Find the right mounting system for your firearm and scope.
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Any suggestions? Re: Ring Height Info - How to Measure Correctly Can anyone confirm using Burris XTR lows on a Savage 10FP with an EGW 20MOA base and a Vortex PST 6-24x50?