Originally Posted by COBrad
I've had very good experience with Talley rings and bases over the years. I'm surprised to hear they are not working. On my long range rifle I am using Badger Max 50 rings on a picatinny rail. I do not believe you could make these rings slip with a hammer! Not light weights though.
Murphy Precision makes some killer looking titanium rings and bases that I have read great reviews for.
Brad, I've generally had good experience with the Talley's as well. However, a friend of mine has a similar rifle (Ti action, carbon barrel) in the same caliber (300 RUM) and his Leupold screws sheared in half from recoil. He knew another guy that did the same. So I'm looking for something beefier. Those Murphy Precision Ti bases/rings look awesome, but damn are they spendy!!!
Originally Posted by WildRose
Big scope, magnum rifle, one extra ring=cheap insurance.
Great point. Can't argue that one at all. I guess I'm just trying to get a free lunch on this rig, and I'm wondering why it isn't happening
. Thanks for the help and advice.