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I have a CZ 452 American and would like to know which combination of rings and base will keep the SSniper  as low as possible and clear the bolt handle.
 
Same thing for 3/8" groove rings.
 
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I put Millett on mine on they seem to be great. You can order them just for the CZ 452
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That's what  a couple of others are usning. Do they only come in one height? Thank you.
 
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There have been a couple of posters who called the millet angle lock rings scope wreckers because of uneven tightening. I'm a little leary of these now.
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Is it the rings or the appliers? Mine are great, Medium height on mine
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I don't know but the less complicated the better.
 
What suprises me is the lack of posters for this topic.
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I've never seen those millet rings before. If you adjust the windage on the rear ring, wouldn't that put a twist on the scope?
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I decided on a Rimfire Technologies LH rail and Burris rings. Works great.
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