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What rings for a HK91 Claw mount

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    Posted: October/09/2013 at 22:44
I was really after the ARMS #22 Mk II Throw Lever but they come in a 30 and I then have to buy the 80.00 reducer to 1". That makes one set of expensive rings.
Anyone have workable suggestions that allow a throw lever or alternative. Thanks.
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Are you wanting something that is quick disconnect?
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plan on adding a cheek riser also, as this combination places the optics way to high
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A cheek rest is definitely needed.
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