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I am trying to decide on a 2pc. mount for a Custom 700 in 280 Ackley Imp. I would like to use either Talley or Warne and I am looking for some advise on which system to go with. I know the Talley is very good but I have never used a Warne set-up. Any advise??? 
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Since no one's replied yet, I'll just chime in that I've heard nothing but great things about Talley. My local shop recommends them.



That said, I think I'll get a nice 1-piece base from www.kenfarrell.com.



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They are both first class,  I prefer Talley personally.  Ken Farrell is another high end heavy duty mounting system more like Mark 4 or Badger Ordnance, we will be stocking them soon.
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