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Old 03-21-2006, 18:23   #1
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56mm scope question

My tallest set of rings(warne 1" steele rings, tall) wont work with a 56mm objective scope. Theyre too low. How does one mount a big objective scope to a Weaver base?
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I believe there are even taller ones out there. Search midwayusa, brownells, and sportsmans guide, to name a few.
P.S.-I think I know the scope you're talking about. Let us all know how it works out for you.
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I believe there are even taller ones out there. Search midwayusa, brownells, and sportsmans guide, to name a few.
P.S.-I think I know the scope you're talking about. Let us all know how it works out for you.
Ranger I looked in Midways cat and I found ex-tall permenent Warne rings that will work nicely with a 56mm. I suspect that's what I'll choose. I have not been able to find ex-tall quick release rings for a Weaver base made by any company. Don't know if they're even made at all. I was hoping to be able to easily switch from a 44mm scope to a 56mm.
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