Everybody has their opinion on what
they want for a scope and rings. Here's a set-up I like alot.
I took a few moments to put a scope
on the Tundra this afternoon. I just ordered some new rings and
I'm very pleased with the combination.
The Tundra is available with integral
milled Weaver style rails. (Those aren't some aluminum screwed
on attachment either ... they are milled from the solid steel
billet of the Receiver!) The square billet format of the Tundra
receiver makes this possible. It's very nice for a heavy bench
And, with these new quick disconnect
rings, and my big Tasco Side Wheel scope, I have a rig I'm really
fond of. (Nice squirrel rifle ... ;?)
Just set it on the rails ...
And thumb down the locks. You can do
chin-ups on the scope!
The rings are solid steel and have
six Torx machine screws holding the scope securely. The disconnect
feature makes it possible to make the rig more compact for travel
and/or transport the scope in another case. The cross slots of
the Weaver configuration allow you to replace it EXACTLY.