Re: Shooting reloads problem?
I would agree with BD408, with a rifle with that kind of recoil energy and a scope that heavy, you will be far better off to invest in a quailty rail base with a set of tactical rings. The DD bases and rings will work but I would still recommend the rail and tactical bases.
When your at this level of recoil energy in this weight of a rifle with this heavy of a scope, get a world class mounting system just to make sure there are no problems down the road.
Never put a windage adjustable mounting system on a rifle like this with a heavy scope. In all reality, with a windage adjustable mounting system, the only ring that has a positive grip on the scope is the front ring. THe rear ring clamped between the two windage screws is very little clamping effect.
Only way I really recommend these anyway on a rifle with significant recoil is using a set of Burris Signature rings as they grip a scope tube much more securely when mounted properly.
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