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I ordered this scope from ---- & ---- yesterday, but did not order rings yet.
Has anyone mounted the same scope, and if so, what rings used?
 
Note: The scope will sit on Nightforce 20-MOA bases, so maybe the rings won't have to be as high-mount as I originally contemplated.
 
 
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Why would you come onto a forum paid for and run by SWFA and talk about buying a scope from one of their competitors then ask for assistance?  SWFA has a 110% price gurantee BTW.  Bad JuJu

 Also just looked at the prices, SWFA is cheaper than competitor as well, only by a dollar or so but still cheaper!


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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

Why would you come onto a forum paid for and run by SWFA and talk about buying a scope from one of their competitors then ask for assistance?  SWFA has a 110% price gurantee BTW.  Bad JuJu  
Why would you come onto a forum discussing scopes and criticize a participant for discussing scopes?
Plenty of threads on here from participants happy with other brands.
Try reading "other scope" posts before getting all snarky. ...Very unhelpful. Utter fail for you.
Sheesh.
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Originally posted by alamo308 alamo308 wrote:

Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

Why would you come onto a forum paid for and run by SWFA and talk about buying a scope from one of their competitors then ask for assistance?  SWFA has a 110% price gurantee BTW.  Bad JuJu  
Why would you come onto a forum discussing scopes and criticize a participant for discussing scopes?
Plenty of threads on here from participants happy with other brands.
Try reading "other scope" posts before getting all snarky. ...Very unhelpful. Utter fail for you.
Sheesh.
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Not once did I criticize you for discussing scopes, thats what this forum is for.  I did criticize you for violating forum rules which you signed up for just a little while ago and marked a box that you agreed to them.
 
I have read near about every post on this forum as well.  I ain't an optic guru but I did stay at a holiday inn express once.  
 
You'll not find one thread where it is allowable to discuss another VENDOR.  Its against forum rules and like yours will be, edited to comply with those rules. 
 
I do have to agree with you on one point.  I' am LocoBig Grin
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Originally posted by Peddler Peddler wrote:

Read the rules before you post. If you don't agree. Leave!
Time to lighten up. Let's keep the sport friendly. We're the good guys.
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So will some moderator/administrator please edit out the vendor reference, ...and it'll all be copasetic again?
Mea culpa. Mucho.
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Originally posted by alamo308 alamo308 wrote:

  
Note: The scope will sit on Nightforce 20-MOA bases, so maybe the rings won't have to be as high-mount as I originally contemplated.
Ok, I'll be helpful.
 
I'm a fan of seekins.  They are my personal favorite due to design
If you want some universal rings without to much cost I like these -
 
SWFA SS Aluminum Mounting 30mm Rings
 
They come with reducers so you can use them on 1" scopes as well if you need to in the future.
 
I did just get a set of these and really like the design.  They lock up tight and are very sleek
American Rifle M10 30mm Rings
 
 
 
Also these are made by a forum member, superb quality and craftsmanship
 
Dual Lug Rings
 
I think you'll be cutting it close with mediums but might get by if you dont' run flip caps, highs if you plan to.
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Originally posted by alamo308 alamo308 wrote:

Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

Why would you come onto a forum paid for and run by SWFA and talk about buying a scope from one of their competitors then ask for assistance?  SWFA has a 110% price gurantee BTW.  Bad JuJu  
Why would you come onto a forum discussing scopes and criticize a participant for discussing scopes?
Plenty of threads on here from participants happy with other brands.
Try reading "other scope" posts before getting all snarky. ...Very unhelpful. Utter fail for you.
Sheesh.
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Philip, you may talk about any scope manufacture that you please, however, the rules request that you refrain from advertising where you purchased the product if it was not from SWFA.
 
Now, for the sake of this thread, let's get back on topic.
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

Phillip-
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Welcome to Optics Talk by they way.  Howdy
 
Skylar: Thanks for the J.I.T. edit, ...and the welcome. I promise to behave.
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I agree with SVT. Seekins is also a personal preference of mine.
 
They are truly great rings.
 
One thing you can see in the picture of mine.
 
For one they are very ergonomic.
There are two torx screws for applying pressure to your rail. ( Note, if your rail is slightly out of spec, you can compensate some because of two screws instead of one lug)
And they are also proudly made, machined, and anodized here in America.
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Welcome to Optics Talk and I too love Seekins rings. They are sleeker and better finished than Badgers, whom I also love. 
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