Re: need some help with a problem
I've only run across this on 2 occasions. You can take a coke can or beer can and cut it with a pair of snips or even scissors and make a shim to go under your rear base. Drill the holes for the base screws and cut it so that it is not visible around the base.
Or a better method is to bed the rear and front bases while using a scope alignment tool or your scope to keep them in alignment. Shim the rear base in the center of it with a small piece of coke can and get the bedding up under the base so that the bedding will take the pressure when you screw the base down. Put a little bedding under the front base because it will be minutely slanted as well. Make sure and use a release compound on the base so you don't permanently glue it together.
I would recommend researching bases or rings that are made to correct problems like this, but with an older gun it woud be unlikely that you could find one to fit.
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