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Sauer 202 ....What bases are available??

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Unread 02-07-2007, 01:38 PM
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Sauer 202 ....What bases are available??

I bought a sauer 202 classic synthetic. Weaver lists #35 bases for front and rear however the front of the reciever is much higher than than the rear and the weaver #35 bases are the same height (thickness) thus causing the rings not to line-up. Does anyone know of a decent weaver style base and/or rail system for this rifle?
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    Re: Sauer 202 ....What bases are available??

    Warne do them for the 202 (or, certainly did do them last time I bought a 202).

    Just checked: http://www.warnescopemounts.com/cart...cts.asp?page=5
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    Re: Sauer 202 ....What bases are available??

    Talley makes bases for the 202.-< not weaver style but really good.- and they are great to deal with.

    I´ve used some in a 7 rm for years with no problems at all.
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