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 Does anyone know if the Talley Lightweight aluminum Savage 93R rings will work with a Mark 11? I've recently purchased a Mark 11 chambered in .17 HM2 and I need some rings for it. It's the newer E receiver if that makes a difference. These are the rings I'm interested in.

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Yes they'll fit even if you had a Mark II with the old superceded receiver...
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Originally posted by The Apostle The Apostle wrote:

Yes they'll fit even if you had a Mark II with the old superceded receiver...


Nice. Thanks for the info my friend   
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The only difference between the old and new receiver is the distance between the 2 sets of screw holes on the top of the receiver.
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I also think there is a difference in the ejection port size:Old one is 1 & 3/8",the new one I beleive is 1 & 5/8".This would probably only make a difference when you want a 1 piece picatinney rail to use on a 30mm scope!
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 Again, thanks for the info guys, I really appreciate it. Now I hope my scope fits without issue. I'm planning to mount a Sightron S2 Big Sky, 3-9x42 with the Talley low rings. If Sightron and Talley state accurate dimensions, the objective end of my scope has a diameter of 1.99", the Talley rings are supposed to measure .400" from the top of my receiver to the bottom of the inside of the rings.

 The scope tube diameter divided by 2 = .5", the objective diameter divided by 2 = .995", and the distance from the top of receiver to the inside bottom of either ring is .4", so clearance between the bottom of the objective and the top of the receiver = (.995 - .5) - .4, or .095". My Mark 11 has a heavy barrel, which measures .062" below the top of the receiver, so on paper I should have a total clearance of .157" from the top of the barrel to the bottom of the objective end of the scope. Maybe I should measure my scope to see how close Sightron's published dimensions are.

 I really need to measure the thickness of the scope cap to see if it's going to fit after the scope's mounted Bucky.

 Oh well, if it doesn't fit, that might be a good excuse to try out one of the Vortex Viper 2-7x32's Big Grin.


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Originally posted by stickbow46 stickbow46 wrote:

I also think there is a difference in the ejection port size:Old one is 1 & 3/8",the new one I beleive is 1 & 5/8".This would probably only make a difference when you want a 1 piece picatinney rail to use on a 30mm scope!
 
Such as an Evolution Gun Works (EGW) rail...make sure you get the right one as there's 2 to choose from...one for the old style Mark II receiver (small port) and one for the new style Mark II/93/17 series receiver (large port).
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