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11mm dovetail 1'' tube ,except leupold,have any suggest?
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Or these http://www.swfa.com/pc-1202-330-burris-rimfire-airgun-22-1-rings.aspx

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Sorry just noticed the 11mm. Try these
 
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 So what happens when you try to mount the 3/8 -type rings on an 11mm receiver?
 It seems to me it would still clamp up ok, just very slightly to one side.  Which probably wouldn't be a problem for most purposes.
 Anybody know?


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Originally posted by RONK RONK wrote:

 So what happens when you try to mount the 3/8 -type rings on an 11mm receiver?
 It seems to me it would still clamp up ok, just very slightly to one side.  Which probably wouldn't be a problem for most purposes.
 Anybody know?
 
I have tried them and they work fine. At least in high quality mounts like the Beeman's or Sportsmatch. I have heard very good things about BKL.
The Millet looks to have a similar, and small, clamping area to the Burris. This may not make much difference on a rimfire. But, I have had serious problems with Burris rimfire mounts on a magnum spring gun. They would not stay put.
I would not hesitate to use the Warnes that Chris mentions. They make some of the better mounts IMO.


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 Thanks Doug. That's good to know.
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Weavers aren't pretty but they have always worked for me. They have plenty of ring bearing surface and the clamping area is large, too. http://www.swfa.com/c-1968-weaver-detachable-top-mount-22-tip-off-rings.aspx
I have Talley mounts on several different rifles and find them to be excellent. I would certainly give their rimfire mounts a try. http://www.swfa.com/c-2261-22.aspx
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Originally posted by Chris Farris II Chris Farris II wrote:

Sorry just noticed the 11mm. Try these
 


I have these in the medium height and I am very pleased with them. They are only a few dollars more than the cheaper rings. But they are much better. Had I bought these to begin with I would have been money ahead as well as less frustrated.

As to what height you need we would need to know what scope you are using.
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Originally posted by Sparky Sparky wrote:

Originally posted by Chris Farris II Chris Farris II wrote:

Sorry just noticed the 11mm. Try these
 


I have these in the medium height and I am very pleased with them. They are only a few dollars more than the cheaper rings. But they are much better. Had I bought these to begin with I would have been money ahead as well as less frustrated.

As to what height you need we would need to know what scope you are using.
 
this can  use in 11mm dovetail?
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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Weavers aren't pretty but they have always worked for me. They have plenty of ring bearing surface and the clamping area is large, too. http://www.swfa.com/c-1968-weaver-detachable-top-mount-22-tip-off-rings.aspx
I have Talley mounts on several different rifles and find them to be excellent. I would certainly give their rimfire mounts a try. http://www.swfa.com/c-2261-22.aspx
 
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