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Hi,
Can someone recommend a Weaver or Picatinny style scope base that DOES NOT raise the scope too high offf the barrel.  I have a Winchester Mod. 70 and I  would like to keep my cheek on the stock.
I have a G-Force mount on my Classic stainless and it is too high, even with low rings.  I can't get the proper weld.
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What rings are you using? I have found regular weaver bases and the low burris zee rings are usually pretty low. the millet bases might be a bit lower.
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this wont help much because i have leupold standards, and im using a 32mm scope, but the point is that im about as low and i can get.

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Thanks for the reply.

On my classic, the Leupold base and low rings were a good height but I couldn't get the scope back far enough for good eye relief.
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sounds like either your scope needs more eye relief or you need extensions on the rings. what caliber of rifle are we talking here??
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I thought about using a low extended ring on the front with a reversible front base but I'm not sure how far back over the action I can go.
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Winchester Mod 70 Super Grade in 25-06.
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mine are about as far back as they can go.
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Standard Weaver bases and rings have always been the lowest I could find. Their low ring is too low for most scopes including common 3-9x40 models.
 
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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Standard Weaver bases and rings have always been the lowest I could find. Their low ring is too low for most scopes including common 3-9x40 models.
 
Doug

i had to use mediums on my 22-250 and they barely fit. weaver is a step off of the normal, there low is everybody else's super low and their medium is everbodies low etc..
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