Re: misaligned reciever holes for scope
Maybe you should clarify your statement to read... In my opinion in regards to scope mounts.
Because, In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with Talley Mounts and In my opinion, the Burris mounts are not ideal for a heavy recoiling rifle.
That distills down to you offer Burris, not Talley. I understand but you need to be a bit more translucent. Your statement is ambigious as well as misleading.
Furthermore, if you redrill/retap the holes (a competent gunsmith or machine shop can do it), the original holes need to be filled prior to and that entails filling the holes with compatible metal and then ascertaining the true centerline in relationship with the bore of the receiver and barrel centerline and drilling/tapping the newly located holes to remount the rings (whatever brand they are).
All of the above occurs after the receiver is disassembled.
People take Internet comments as gospel when most are statements of opinion, not fact.
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