Looking for help with scope rings.

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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby Texican Hairless » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:44 pm

Another vote for the Burris PEPR. I have two, one on my 20" coyote rig holding a 5-20x44 Nikon Monarch and another on my 16" Bushy with a Millet 1-4x DMS. It works great with both high and low magnification optics.
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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby wvhoghunter » Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:02 am

Thanks for all the help I ordered the PEPR yesterday from midsouth last one they had in stock.

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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby Stealthshooter » Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:38 am

I love my Weaver tactical rings!!! They are also very reasonably priced!
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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby wildcatter » Sun Dec 04, 2011 7:14 pm

Stealthshooter wrote:I love my Weaver tactical rings!!! They are also very reasonably priced!


Hey ST-S, what height are those rings?

I mistakenly got some that were marked High and I can barely make the scope picture, durn thing is very low. I see Weaver makes them in X-High and XX-High, other than that they're great, except now I can't get the scope far enough forward, that is for the scope I'm using (which has a 5" eye relief), without some kind of riser block, that sticks out over the barrel, cantilever style..

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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby Jimbo » Mon Dec 05, 2011 9:24 am

I picked up an Armolite integrated mount and rings. Very solid and of good quality. The height isn't to tall either. I am happy with it. Cost: $100.00
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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby wvhoghunter » Tue Dec 06, 2011 9:20 am

Made it to the range yesterday and was not disappointed. The PEPR set up was great, perfect height for me. I need to do something with the trigger but still ready to do some hog whackin. Thanks for everyones inputs.

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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby Texas Sheepdawg » Tue Dec 06, 2011 1:14 pm

Cheaper Than Dirt has the Rock River Arms National Match 2 stage trigger group on sale for around $129.97,
stock # ARR-663 or the CMMG two stage trigger group for the same price, Stock # ARR-659.
Cant go wrong with RRA.
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Re: Looking for help with scope rings.

Postby Texican Hairless » Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:07 pm

Texas Sheepdawg wrote:Cheaper Than Dirt has the Rock River Arms National Match 2 stage trigger group on sale for around $129.97,
stock # ARR-663 or the CMMG two stage trigger group for the same price, Stock # ARR-659.
Cant go wrong with RRA.


I love the RRA 2-stage too. I picked one up from Joe Bob Outfitters a couple months ago for $95 with free shipping. That's a steal!

Still on sale:

http://www.joeboboutfitters.com/RRA_Two ... 093nmk.htm
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