Today (in between going to church, a few stores, watering the grass/weeds, and taking the kids to some friends house for trick or treating and 'smores), I mounted 2 scopes on 2 rifles that I've been meaning to do for some time now.
Looks like I'll be getting the chance to go hunting later this week, so I wanted to get it done now so I could sight them in at the club.
Put a Nikon Monarch on a Savage heavy barrel .308, and a Bushnell Elite 3200 on a Remington 700 in .30-06 that dates to 1966.
The Savage already had Leupold rings/bases, so it was an easy swap out.
The Remington had some old (maybe as old as the rifle???) Weaver bases and tip-off rings that I replaced with a Deadnutz mount.
This is the first time I have used the Deadnutz system.
Hoping that it will be a winner, seems simple enough, and looks extremely stout and reliable.
Looking forward to getting through a short work week, and getting away for a few days to do some hunting, shooting and relaxing.
I'm not paranoid if it's true. ... And it's all true.