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Have any of you had any experience with them?  They might be a possibility on a rig.  I would use them or the fixed rings by talley as the rifle has the bases on it already.  I like the ideal of having it quick detach but if it will not maintain a zero with .50MOA each time I'd rather stick with fixed.
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I have them on several guns from 22-250 up to .375 H&H. They are excellent, made from quality tool steel and the machining is very well done.
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do they return to zero well for you Doug?
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I've used them and like Doug, I LOVE them, but don't think they go back to zero within your requirements though. If your swapping scopes a good bit, they are a good investment.
 
I was using a screwy IOR 2.5-10x Tactical with them, so who knows if it was the rings or the scope. Loco
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The only difference between the fixed and detachable units I have is the lever. If you are looking for less than .5 moa variance when remounting, they are pretty close. But for precision use I don't think on/off on a regular basis will get you there with the Talleys. They are first and foremost a hunting mount and for that they excel.
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