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I have a Savage American Classic 114 .30-06 with a round barrel and Accutrigger.  I plan on mounting it with a Nikon Team Primos 3x9x40.  Looking at the available one piece ring/base combos I have questions.  It appears the 93X708 will work as well as the 93X725 also.  One (708) states it is for the 114 and the other (725) is for rifles with the Accutrigger.  My rifle fits both criteria.  Which is correct?  Also, why is the 725 front and rear height both .400 whereas the 708 front is .400 but the rear is .510?  Both are extended.  I'm new to mounting scopes and apologize if these questions are elementary.
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From what I have seen, the 114 is a long action like your 30.06. The 14 is short action. This may account for the different heights for the bases.
The Talleys are the finest two piece mounts I have ever used. I have several sets on various Remington rifles and have not had a problem in twenty years of hard use.

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