I dont have any special bases or rings for the rifle. It is zeroed at 150yds and I normaly don't adjust the scope. I leave it on 3x and when shooting at 750yds the target is at the very bottom of my scope. I'm sure if the scope has enough MOA I might be able to use the 4th mil dot, but that might be pushing it.
As for the rifle it is a Savage Mdl 64 with a very different barrel that has a smaller bore than usual. Instead of being .215 on the lands like both of my Marlins it is .200 flat. Since most of you probly know more about barrels than I do, can you tell me if this is good or bad? By any means it is the most accurate 22 I have shot or owned and deffinately the most unique sounding. When standing to the side its sounds as if the bullet is zinging which at first made me believe the bullet was tumbling in flight, but there are no signs of that at any range.