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I've got a TC venture in 22-250 and would like to put a multi slotted rail on top of receiver thus far I've NOT been able to find one or cross reference one that fits another bolt rifle I need some help I'm gone put a Nikon monarch 3 4-16 x42 on top help with where to get rail my rings at Picatinny dove tail
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Welcome to Optics Talk. 

I looked, but failed to see a Pic rail for your rifle. DNZ and Talley make really good mounts for that rifle, I believe. 
I've switched to Talley Light Weights from Pic rails the past few years. 
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With the. Scope I got also came with a Burris p.e.p.r ring-base combo but I've got to have the Picatinny rail to match what I've already got. I will try talley though only familiar with there triggers
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http://swfa.com/Talley-Lightweight-Aluminum-1-Scopemount-P4971.aspx

Sorry, but I can't seem to hot link any more. These rings set you back $40 and are ROCK SOLID. No need for any more rail or rings, etc. They are an integral system and well loved by those here. 

I think you may mean Timney triggers, instead of Talley? 
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Here's my Remington with the Talley's. 


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A Pic rail with a PEPR will put your scope WAY to high on a bolt gun. Save your PEPR for a AR platform which is what it is designed for. Go with the Talleys (or other traditional ring/base combo) as they are correct for your application.
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Welcome to the OT!
 
+1 Talleys light rings.............
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Thanks just trying to squeez my dollars
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Very sweet set up did u adapt external box mag and what kind of bipod?
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Thank you. 

HS Stock with Pacific Tool & Gauge magazine housing. Accuracy International 10 round magazine. 
Did this to help with feeding issues I was having. 

Harris S bipod. 
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Originally posted by dbourne dbourne wrote:

Thanks just trying to squeez my dollars

All the more reason to get the Talley's. $40....and start shooting. 
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GOT IT
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There are options if you want a pic rail, just get one of these -
 
EGW HD Picatinny Rail 1 Piece Scope Mount EGW HD Picatinny Rail 1 Piece Scope Mount
Stock # - EGW89000
  • Blank
  • Matte
  • 7075 Aluminum
  • 7.75" Long
$49.95 
then have a good smith machine it for you.
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No!!! The Gentleman needs to get the Talleys!!! 

(One more sale for me gets me a set of steak knives from Talley.) Wink  
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Hey I'm talley all the way too,  but if a person wants to burn some money, there are options out there. Wink
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Hey guys is there anyone that might do a trade for a set of talleys in exchange for my Burris 1inch PEPR
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I could not find 1inch rail / ring combo for my TC venture in talley but did find on DNZ site are these a durable set and will hold zero?
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If you need to have a type of rail, the DNZ's are well thought of. Did you check out the link I posted?? 
Doesn't this work for the TC Venture? 


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Talley Lightweight Aluminum 1 Talley Lightweight Aluminum 1" Scopemount
Stock # - 930725
  • Ruger American Short Action
  • Savage Model 10 New Round Action
  • Savage Model 12 New Round Action
  • Savage Model 14 New Round Action
  • Savage Model 16 New Round Action
  • Stevens 200
  • Stiller Predator
  • Thompson Center Venture
  • Matte
  • Low
  • 1"


$39.95



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I went back to link u gave me and found it thanks that's what I'm going with also tactical found one similar from same site u guys have been a big help I have to shoot light calibur like 22-250 cause of herniated disc in c4 c5 c6 I've been told that with proper shot placement I'll be able to hunt south Alabama deer as well as coyotes bobcat fox take it easy
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22-250 will do that easy with the correct bullet and shot placement.  With the coyotes and smaller "dog" size game not as important but with the deer, a sierra gameking or barnes tsx, ttsx would be the best bet.
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Thanks tactical on bullet advice for deer
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I have that Talley 1 piece scope mounted on my T/C MGM S&W460mag barrel.Got around 800 rds threw her & not one problem!
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Forgot to mention that the MGM barrel is riding  a Pro-Hunter T/C with a Stratton Custom free floating hand grip.
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