I just mounted a Zeiss V4 6-24X50 on a CA Ridgeline in 6.5 Creedmoor. I used low Talley rings. The objective bell of the scope, at its closest point to the barrel, is about 2 pieces of paper clearance above the barrel. The Zeiss lens covers that came with the scope clear just barely at the objective end. They will work fine with lows, but if I wanted to put a neoprene cover on the scope, or a flip up cap, I think I’d be out of luck. I don’t foresee wanting to put flip ups, but who knows. They would possibly work but the neoprene cover wouldn’t without some modification. The bolt clears the eyepiece fine, but does contact the focus rings ever so slightly if I raise it to it’s highest point. I can raise the bolt to it’s highest point and move it back and forth freely on the focus ring with no scuffing and no real “friction” being felt, but it’s definitely touching it. Again...the rest of the eyepiece clears fine. I like the cheek weld I get at this scope height and don’t want to add anything to the stock for a higher cheek weld. I don’t think I’d have to if I went to mediums, but it would be slightly higher, obviously. What are your thoughts...stick with the lows or bump up to mediums? These are the rings I want to use on this rifle, so please make responses knowing I’m going to use lows or mediums in this ring. Also...any chance that barrel vibration on the shot would cause the scope and barrel to contact each other with that little amount of clearance at the objective? Thanks in advance!!!