Talley Bases and Rings


New Member
Oct 27, 2012
I have a Browning Boss Stainless Stalker in a 300 wm. I am mounting one of the Huskimaw Blue Diamond scopes, using a 20 MOA Talley Picatinney rail with the tactical rings. This gun / scope combo sheared off a set of Leupold Dovetail Bases, so I plan to try and mount the scope using 3 rings instead of two.
This is my first time using this type of equipment, so I would like some opinions from people who have experience with this type of hardware.


Well-Known Member
Sep 19, 2010
Two rings should be pleanty with Talley quality rings and bases. I have run them all the way to 416 Wby with no issues. Also, let Huskamaw know you are using an MOA base as it may not be warranted with the BDC Turrets they create.

Three rings can pose further alignment issues if not properly set up and lapped. Best of luck.

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