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I just bought a new Remington 750 Woodmaster (with iron sights) in the .35 Whelen and I'm thinking about putting a new Redfield Revolution 3-9x50 on it. I'm not wanting to remove the iron sights on this new rifle and I really like the DNZ mounts. Would anyone know which mount (height wise) would be the best one to use? I've always been told that the closer (lower) the scope is to the rifle the better.Bandito
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*ABC's of tube heights and info

*The extra low mounts fit all 32MM objective scopes and some 40MM objective scopes. *All of our low mounts will fit plain bell 40MM objective scopes and some 44MM objective scopes. If it has an Adjustable Objective on the 40MM end you may need the medium. *Medium mounts fit all 44MM objective scopes and most 50MM plain bell objective scopes. *High mounts fit all 50MM objective scopes and most 56MM objective scopes. *Sizes for all mounts other than Thompson Center. ***Thompson Center listed below. *All dimensions from top of receiver or barrel to center of 1" or 30MM bore. *Extra low mounts are .795 to .875, depends on firearm. *Low mounts are .920 to 1.000, depends on firearm. *Medium mounts are 1.045 to 1.125, depends on firearm. *High mounts are 1.170 to 1.250, depends on firearm. ***Our Thompson Center mounts are made in two lengths, Standard and EER. The standard mount is designed for scopes with 2.5 to 4 inch eye relief for most shooters. The EER is designed for scopes with 4 to 5.3 inch eye relief for most shooters. Heights for the standard mount from the top of the barrel to the centerline of the scope tube is 1.00-low. 1.13-medium, and 1.25-high. The EER mount is 1.09-low, and 1.22-medium. All of our mounts are within the sizes listed above for extra low, low, medium, and high, its just depends on the type firearm. We use 5/8 long ring screws in ALL mounts. We use 5/8 long hardened grade 8 socket head cap screws in our black and camo mount rings. (supplied) We use 5/8 long stainless steel socket head cap screws in our silver mount rings. (supplied) We use 1/4 long hardened grade 8 socket head cap screws to mount to the firearm.(supplied) Recommended Torque on base and ring screws is 22 to 25 inch pounds. Any more than this, you may damange your firearm or scope. With our 5/8 long ring screws fully engaged, our mount will handle a torque of 50 inch pounds with no problems
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