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Old March 9th, 2017, 04:11 PM   #1
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LRB M25 with Ior Spartan.

Decided to see how the Spartan would look on this rifle so mounted up with medium Badger rings it's not too bad. About a .25" above the sight. Not sure I could get this particular scope any lower on it. It's shootable as I can get a good sight picture though more upright on the face.

I would like to know if anyone else here has a NF 2.5-10x32 mounted on their rifle. If you do pm me or reply here.

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Old March 9th, 2017, 04:16 PM   #2
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ask badger what is the height difference between medium and low
https://www.badgerordnance.com/scope-rings.html

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ask badger what is the height difference between medium and low
https://www.badgerordnance.com/scope-rings.html
Badger only list a medium and extra high for 35mm. 1.125 to center on the med. Going to be a good bit more limited in ring choice with the Ior. I'll check some other manufacturers though.

Looks like American Rifle Co might be able to get me a little lower.


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As far as I know, low rings aren't made for any 30mm tubes because there can't be enough metal on the lower ring to be "solid". (for lack of a better term this late) Nice set-up

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Remeasured and I'm a little over 1/8" clearance so that's going to have to do for now.

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That's as low as you can go pretty much, the rear sight is the culprit. Even bigger scopes look too high. The only other way is to get a brand or model that has a smaller occular lens housing. Looks good though, great looking rifle.
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Night force NSX 2.5-10X32

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I like that "leaves on the ground" camo stock. Did you paint that?

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I like that "leaves on the ground" camo stock. Did you paint that?
Thank you, That's old Betsy. It was hand stained then a ton of clear on top.

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Nice looking shooter! I'm diggin the McMillan.

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Nice, thanks for that. Given the rear sight I'm as low as I can get.

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Nice, thanks for that. Given the rear sight I'm as low as I can get.
The rings on thne NSX are Badger 30mm low

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