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#5711647 - 04/22/15 12:40 PM Rails & Rings.
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So I am hearing a lot about the Seekins rails being the go to rails. Would you also recommend their rings? I am being told to look at the TPS rings. Thoughts? I am setting up a Remy tactical .308 and topping it with a Vortex HS T 4x16x44.
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#5711698 - 04/22/15 01:14 PM Re: Rails & Rings. [Re: tShawnB]
6.5x47Lapua Offline
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Registered: 12/13/14
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Seekins rings are top notch. I've probably had 7 or 8 sets over the years.

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#5712414 - 04/22/15 08:53 PM Re: Rails & Rings. [Re: tShawnB]
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The TPS rings I have are solid.. No complaints.. Remmy 700 & EGW rail..
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#5713720 - 04/23/15 06:02 PM Re: Rails & Rings. [Re: tShawnB]
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TPS rings may be solid, but they are unnecessarily bulky. Arc m10 and seekins are nice and low profile.

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