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Old 11-06-2012, 10:01 PM
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Re: cheek rest? help

From the looks of it on your other post, you should get a lower set of rings. That will help a lot, and keep your cheekpiece lower. Get the scope almost on the barrel. I would try to try some layers of something and see what it takes to get comfortable.
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Old 11-07-2012, 12:21 PM
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Re: cheek rest? help

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From the looks of it on your other post, you should get a lower set of rings. That will help a lot, and keep your cheekpiece lower. Get the scope almost on the barrel. I would try to try some layers of something and see what it takes to get comfortable.
lower rings will be coming. I am changing scopes so when I get the new scope, new rings will be a must (going from a 1" to a 30mm main tube), just need to fgure out bare minumum height I can get away with before getting rings. Part of it of course, is also the 20MOA base, raises the back end up pretty good.
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