I could go with a receiver mount but wanted to try the front rail system too. I have a picatinny extension in, and a cantilever mount for my crossfire II 2x7 scout scope.
it feels sturdy enough, and my sight picture with my cheek riser is perfect. Want to hear other recommendations / advice
I've searched and found bits and pieces of infromation including Tony's videos but I thought I'd ask the Smiths and assemblers here for advice specific to my situation.
I have a new heavy barrel that isn't mounted. The accompanying oversized op rod guide has what I'd describe as a moderate...
I just order my first high end scope. I picked up a nightforce nxs 2.5-10x32. I have a Basett low mount and Arms 22 rings. I have very little experience mounting scopes. Should I attempt to mount it myself, or have a gunsmith mount it?