50mm objective scopes with 30mm tubes are fairly tough because they are what I call "tweener" mounting height, right on the cusp between low and medium height rings, depending on scope length and rifle used. The 10FP has a fairly heavy barrel, but the scope is about 17 inches long to stretch out along that barrel. The Badger base is pretty thick, too.
1st off, I GUARANTEE medium height rings will work (0.5 inch from bottom of the tube to the top of the base). But you MIGHT get low rings (0.25 inch) to work with a whisker to spare which would be optimal.
It's worth it to see if lows will work, to maximize the long range travel of the scope, and give you a nice, tight cheek weld.
Get both, and send back the lows if they don't work.
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