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Need assistance identifying vintage rings & bases

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Category: Mounts & Accessories
Forum Name: Rings and bases
Forum Description: Any brand or type of ring or base
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Topic: Need assistance identifying vintage rings & bases
Posted By: Big Bubba Daddy
Subject: Need assistance identifying vintage rings & bases
Date Posted: October/19/2021 at 20:44
Hi all,

I’m hoping to get some help identifying a few bases and rings.

Years ago I acquired the collection of shooting accessory of a life long military rifle collector and competitive shooter, apparently he was well regarded nationally in the benchrest community also, sadly I did not know the man.

I’ve been cleaning out my home workshop lately and found a small box of rings and bases that came from him. I do not have information on any of these, I’m hoping you all might share your hard earned knowledge!

I took pictures and posted them on a webpage with some measurements and my guesses as to what they are.

You can find it here:    https://thenotogroup.com/mounts.htm - https://thenotogroup.com/mounts.htm  

If your willing, I would greatly appreciate your 2¢ on these.

Thanks in advance if you decide to give it look.

Cheers,
BBD



Replies:
Posted By: Gerry Atric
Date Posted: October/20/2021 at 01:03
I can´t answer to any Redfield related but I believe that #4 is Lynx (or Hillver) and #7 is Millet.


Gerry Atric


Posted By: Big Bubba Daddy
Date Posted: October/20/2021 at 18:19
Thanks for the reply Gary!

Anyone else?


Posted By: Scrumbag
Date Posted: October/21/2021 at 02:12
I agree, #4 almost certainly Hilver

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