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Old June 8th, 2013, 06:42 AM   #1
 
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Scope ring height??

I just ordered a Nikon P-22 2x7x32 and was wondering what height scope rings I need. I am putting it on my 10/22. Thanks



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As low as you can go and still have clearance between the BBL and scope objective lense.
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There are a ton of options...

I highly recommend you NOT use the factory tip off rail...

You can't go wrong with this rail/ring combo for that scope on a 10/22...

Weaver 1-Piece Multi Slot Tactical Weaver-Style Base Ruger 10/22 Matte

Weaver 1 Quad-Lock 4X4 Rings Matte Medium

This is not the lowest possible combination that will work...however, the eye level will be 1-7/16" above the center of the bore which is very good overall for the application...

The multi-slot rail allows you maximum flexibility with regard to positioning scope fore/aft...

If you want the lowest you can go with 32mm scope get this ring/rail combo...to get any lower you will have to make a custom mount...

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/147...ger-10-22-to-9

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/140...ings-matte-low

If you think you want a higher than 1.5" above the bore eye-level for any reason like personal comfort just look at the specs on the saddle height in the product details on midway's website and compare to what I gave you for starting points...

Lots of "stuff" you might find interesting to you in this thread...

https://rugerforum.net/optics/59538-l...r_lowest.html?

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