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Model 70 SE scope mounts

This is a discussion on Model 70 SE scope mounts within the .375 & Up forums, part of the HUNTING EQUIPMENT, FIREARMS & AMMUNITION category; Too late ?? I have ! 1 - Winch 70 SE .375 H&H Warne !!! N O P R O ...

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    Too late ??
    I have !
    1 - Winch 70 SE .375 H&H
    Warne !!! N O P R O B L E M !
    20130728_072216.jpg
    20130728_072348.jpg
    Scope Leupold Var X II 3-9x40 ... not so bad.
    Leupold QRW !!! N O P R O B L E M
    !WINCH .jpg
    Scope Hawke Indurence 30 IR 1.25-4.5x24

    2 Winch 70 SE .416RM
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    Scope Leupold VarX III 1.5-5x20

    Cheers .

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    Finally put together! Warne sent the .854" extension base to me for no charge.



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    looks good and price is definitely right

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    OK ! That's alright.

    Good looking and ... very very good rifle so ...

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    M905M on the front...what model for the rear base?

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    Phoenix Phil, it was my understanding that the QD levers were supposed to be mounted as you have them. 1) the levers won't dig into your back & 2) you won't accidentally move the levers while slung against your back.

    Am I missing something?

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    Mounted on my Win 70 SE .416RM is a Leupold 2-7x33 in Leupold QD low rings on top of Leupold QD bases. No drama loading the magazine or ejecting cases. Absolute return to zero when taken off and put back on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drew416 View Post
    Mounted on my Win 70 SE .416RM is a Leupold 2-7x33 in Leupold QD low rings on top of Leupold QD bases. No drama loading the magazine or ejecting cases. Absolute return to zero when taken off and put back on.
    Nice looking setup and a very nice looking Eland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advocatus Diaboli View Post
    Phoenix Phil, it was my understanding that the QD levers were supposed to be mounted as you have them. 1) the levers won't dig into your back & 2) you won't accidentally move the levers while slung against your back.

    Am I missing something?
    You have a point that I hadn't thought about. I was only a bit bothered by having more "stuff" on the right to impede quick reloading. I could see in a pressure situation where you'd want the right side to be as clear as possible.

    I think if you've got the levers tightened properly they're not going to move when bumping against your back, but I could see where that would be uncomfortable. I'm going to have to try that out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHOENIX PHIL View Post
    You have a point that I hadn't thought about. I was only a bit bothered by having more "stuff" on the right to impede quick reloading. I could see in a pressure situation where you'd want the right side to be as clear as possible.

    I think if you've got the levers tightened properly they're not going to move when bumping against your back, but I could see where that would be uncomfortable. I'm going to have to try that out.
    I've read both. My scope will be in later this week. I plan to mount it both ways and see which seems most appropriate. If there is any way I will hit the quick detach levers while working bolt, I will definitely keep them on the left to avoid that mishap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Advocatus Diaboli View Post
    I've read both. My scope will be in later this week. I plan to mount it both ways and see which seems most appropriate. If there is any way I will hit the quick detach levers while working bolt, I will definitely keep them on the left to avoid that mishap.
    I doubt you have any issue with the bolt. And you won't have any issues dropping shells into the magazine. My thinking was only when you're trying to rush a bit, I could see where you could catch the levers bringing the bullet up to the magazine, causing you to drop the round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bebo View Post
    Too late ??
    I have !
    1 - Winch 70 SE .375 H&H
    Warne !!! N O P R O B L E M !
    20130728_072216.jpg
    20130728_072348.jpg
    Scope Leupold Var X II 3-9x40 ... not so bad.
    Leupold QRW !!! N O P R O B L E M
    !WINCH .jpg
    Scope Hawke Indurence 30 IR 1.25-4.5x24

    2 Winch 70 SE .416RM
    20130618_100104.jpg
    Scope Leupold VarX III 1.5-5x20

    Cheers .
    Bebo, I sent you a PM reference your pics.

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