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Old 01-28-2010, 06:46 PM
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Burris Zee ring sizes?

As I get ready to order the last of items for my Mauser project, I need to know the proper rings to get for it.

It is a large ring 98, and will have Warne Maxima bases. The scope I finally decided on is the Elite 3200 3-10x 40mm, and will order Butler Creek flip ups for it also.

But, do I need the medium or high Burris Zee rings?

Any technical gurus, please advise.


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Old 01-29-2010, 01:30 PM
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As I get ready to order the last of items for my Mauser project, I need to know the proper rings to get for it.

It is a large ring 98, and will have Warne Maxima bases. The scope I finally decided on is the Elite 3200 3-10x 40mm, and will order Butler Creek flip ups for it also.

But, do I need the medium or high Burris Zee rings?

Any technical gurus, please advise.


Thanks, Jon
I think Burris has a fit guide. I know they had a chart for both my Ruger M77's and my Remington 700 that matched the scope bell size and the rifle with the right size rings. That was over 5 years ago. Look at Burris' website and see if they still have the chart.
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Old 01-29-2010, 05:27 PM
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Using a 40mm objective lens the medium height rings should do just fine. You may even be able to go to the low rings if you desire.
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