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Here's my new 20MOA Farrell base and burly Burris XTR rings

This is a discussion on Here's my new 20MOA Farrell base and burly Burris XTR rings within the Optics forums, part of the Sniping Related category; ahh I offered to trade a rifle for a used Leupold. It's a MK4 3.5-10x40, non-illum duplex, 168gr BDC. Here's the rifle I want to ...

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    Senior Member taylorism's Avatar
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    ahh

    I offered to trade a rifle for a used Leupold. It's a MK4 3.5-10x40, non-illum duplex, 168gr BDC.

    Here's the rifle I want to trade, it's a .30-06 Win Mod 70 XTR with 3-9x32 Bushnell & Turner sling.

    Think it's worth a used MK4? Or is offering the trade a lowball insult?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bossgvr4
    Quote Originally Posted by sohc1971
    Exact rings I am purchasing soon. Between a 20 MOA Ken Farrell base, and a Falcon Menace 10x42 scope, I am trying to figure out which height rings to get.
    My setup on a rem 700 PSS
    Falcon Menace 10X42T Metric MP 20
    Warne 20MOA base
    Burris XTR Low Rings (lapped)
    Thanks. I think your barrel profile is pretty similar to mine (Savage 10FP). What's the clearance between scope and barrel?

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    Approx 1/4" at the tightest point

    It's about 1/4 at the closest point:

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    Oh yeah that's plenty

    lookin good
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    Re: Approx 1/4" at the tightest point

    Quote Originally Posted by bossgvr4
    It's about 1/4 at the closest point:
    Perfect. Thanks again for the info. Low rings it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by APK
    Farrell makes some sick bases
    Don't forget Near MFG either.
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    Near MFG? hmmm...

    I'm off to see the google...
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