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Help with ring/mounts #8443935 11/09/21 10:16 PM
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I just purchased a Browning X-Bolt Max Long Range. I am looking at the Talley rings that have the integrated mounts. I am hopefully trading scopes with a forum member and if so I will be in possession of a Zeiss V4 6-24x50. Does anyone know if the medium height will work with that obj size or will I need to do high mounts? Thanks for answering my newbie question.


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Re: Help with ring/mounts [Re: TRoberts] #8445838 11/11/21 10:46 PM
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The last scope I mounted was a 50 mm Nikon in Talley medium rings, they worked well, but it was a Remington so not sure how it would compare.


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No problem whatsoever from personal experience with a Browning and Talley rings
Don't go high for sure

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