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Old 07-10-2019, 08:09 AM
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These Hart Rings lightest I have ever used, specific to Rem 700 action, mount with no bases. PM me if interested
Thanks for the offer I will be mounting directly to my built in Picatinny rail.
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Old 07-10-2019, 09:48 AM
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Old 07-10-2019, 01:08 PM
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Not sure the Value of that post other then gaining on your post count.

Anyways Rob at Prophet River heck of a guy weighed out the following rings for me.

Warne Mountain Tec 5.5 OZ
Talley 6.5 OZ
Night force X-Treme Duty - Ultralite 4.4 Oz

So I decided to go with trusty old Nightforce..
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Old 07-10-2019, 10:18 PM
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Not sure the Value of that post other then gaining on your post count.

Anyways Rob at Prophet River heck of a guy weighed out the following rings for me.

Warne Mountain Tec 5.5 OZ
Talley 6.5 OZ
Night force X-Treme Duty - Ultralite 4.4 Oz

So I decided to go with trusty old Nightforce..
Night force has the advantage of being able to buy a anti cant level and a incline Meter as well
I have a set on one if my rifles
So far so good
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Old 07-21-2019, 08:43 AM
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Not sure the Value of that post other then gaining on your post count.

Anyways Rob at Prophet River heck of a guy weighed out the following rings for me.

Warne Mountain Tec 5.5 OZ
Talley 6.5 OZ
Night force X-Treme Duty - Ultralite 4.4 Oz

So I decided to go with trusty old Nightforce..
I weighed a set of Conetrol Custum rings (8C3 Med) and set of Custum 2 piece bases (70C2). Included the four cone screws for the rings and the four screws for the bases. Total weight on my DYMO scale was 4.3 oz.
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