I had the #139. This set up is, IMO, much much better.
It's the sum of all the variables that screw you in the end.
I decided to reduce as many variables as I could and a removable mount on a precision rig didn't make sense to me.
I now have targets to prove it.
The scope is all but welded to the rifle.
Great set up. I love your upper.
Originally Posted By BMPRacing:
Originally Posted By Another-Bill:
I ditched my LaRue mount and did exactly what you did. The GG&G riser/rail (super strong) and the Warne rings, the scope is all but welded on the rifle.
No movement at all, rock solid. Mine is on my Bushmaster Varminter with a Zeiss 6.5-20x50 scope.
104 or 139? I looked at them but was drawn to the GG&G set up. I shoot NTCH so it works great! Like you said it is VERY strong, damn near welded, and the rings are a great value for what you get. I like the vertical split so the rear ring does not interfere with your sight of the side focus.
Zeiss! Damn nice scopes! I'm stepping my way up to a killer optic! The Millett I just bought is a ton better than my old Tasco 10-40.