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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Just make sure the rings you get are 7075-T6 Billet Aluminum. Don*t go cheap with rings. I was partial to TPS rings before I started using a 1-piece mount. But there are so many different brands...and the top tier rings are all good. Badger, Warne Tactical, Leupold, Seekins, etc.

    Or, if you wanted to keep it all the same... here are the Vortex rings. You need the 1* & you want the LOW rings.
    https://www.amazon.com/Vortex-Optics...0542935&sr=8-3
    Was immer du sagst, partner.

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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Oh yeah. And come over to Savageshooters.com All the best info on your new 110.
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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidH View Post
    Just make sure the rings you get are 7075-T6 Billet Aluminum. Don*t go cheap with rings. I was partial to TPS rings before I started using a 1-piece mount. But there are so many different brands...and the top tier rings are all good. Badger, Warne Tactical, Leupold, Seekins, etc.

    Or, if you wanted to keep it all the same... here are the Vortex rings. You need the 1* & you want the LOW rings.
    https://www.amazon.com/Vortex-Optics...0542935&sr=8-3
    I ordered Vortex Pro rings (7075-T6), mediums because the scope has a 50mm objective lens and the rifle has a heavy barrel, and unless my research is wrong the 20MOA rail will reduce the clearance a little also, I would sooner the rings be 1/4" too tall than 1/10" too short.
    Last edited by ray h; September 1st, 2021 at 09:50 PM.
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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Yes, sorry. I didn*t notice it had a 20MOA rail on it. You are correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidH View Post
    Yes, sorry. I didn*t notice it had a 20MOA rail on it. You are correct.
    Maybe you are correct, I guess I'll find out in a few days. Rings arent permanent.
    Last edited by ray h; September 3rd, 2021 at 04:17 PM.
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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Like you said, better safe than sorry. I could figure it out with some math, but would need to know the rail height at its thickest. With the Medium rings, we KNOW it will work. And worse case is you may need a bit higher cheek rest.
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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    And when you*re ready, you can strip it down to bare Action & rebuild it into something like this. Just need a some know how. Which is easy to learn.

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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    What no love for Thompson Center Venture? You get an accurate rifle, 5r rifling for easy cleaning and weather shield protection for 470 bucks.
    No argument on the value of T/C rifles, but with S&W divesting itself of T/C, I'd be concerned about the lack of manufacturer support and parts availability. With so many options available, I'd scratch them off my list. YMMV.

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    Default Re: Looking for basic bolt gun

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidH View Post
    Like you said, better safe than sorry. I could figure it out with some math, but would need to know the rail height at its thickest. With the Medium rings, we KNOW it will work. And worse case is you may need a bit higher cheek rest.
    I mounted the scope and med rings today. I made the right call on getting the mediums. I've got just a hair under 3/16" between the barrel and scope lens cover. I think the low rings would put the lens cover right on the barrel.
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