Sadly I recently purchased some Warne QD ring mounts and I was not very thrilled with them. First, they use a front recoil stop as opposed to using the integral rear one built into the receiver. So the front ring hangs over the action about 1/4 of an inch. This in itself is not a big deal but sure seems slow witted on their part. Aesthetically, it looks like someone tried to rig something to work out in their garage.
The biggest problem that I had with the Warne ring mounts was the rear mount never would mount 100% firm. the rear of the mount stayed loose and you could actually move it once the mount was tightened all the way down. It seemed as if the machining was off and it simple did not align up properly with the dovetail. Those rings are now packed up and about to be shipped back.
I have talked to Talley rings and to this point they have not been very helpful. I have asked them twice now about measurements of their rings so I can make one order and get it right without having to go through the return process. It is as if they don't have the measurements or do not want to spend the time to get them. That seems very odd to me from the manufacturer.
I saw a picture of the Burris mounts on a different web sight and the ones I saw were screwed down from the top and since the sako dovetail is side mounted I did not see what good the Burris would do. Maybe the photo was wrong.
I also saw a set of the B-Square and at this point they are the only ones besides Sako factory that utilize the rear recoil stop (a feature I truly like).
I am very open and I have also contacted sako again and they stated they made a one piece ring/base set but again could not give me any size information and wanted $133 plus shipping. I don't really want to spend that much unless I have to.
Anyway thanks for the info. I am just trying to see what else I can do.