I have been working on zeroing a couple of rifles. They are both Mark V and the scopes are Zeiss V-6 3-18X50 with Talley Ultralight Rings. In the process, it is taking 60-80 MOA of elevation to get in the area of being zeroed on both rifles. This seems excessive to me for movement so I tried a couple of other options. I tried a Nightforce SHV in the Talley rings with the same result. I tried both scopes in some older Warne steel mounts with the same result. I have sense tried a Swaro Z5 in Talley Ultralight rings and it lined up perfectly with minimal travel. Am I missing something that would cause 30mm tube scopes to have an issue but 1" tube to be fine? I know I could run a 20 MOA rail to give some relief but that would still seem like a minimal amount of travel out of a scope with a 105MOA of elevation travel. Any help is appreciated.