Greetings! I'm off to Tanzania on a Buf hunt in August (my first trip to Africa) and ran into a little problem. I purchased a CZ 550 .416 Rigby and mounted a Trijicon AccuPoint 1-6 30mm. I love the rifle. I love the scope too. Together...not so sure. When I flip the bolt action "up", and the zoom is set on 6X, I bust my thumb knuckle every time. If I put the scope on 4X, it works but I want to use the full range of the scope. If I handle the bolt delicately...tips of my fingers...that sucks for hot action buffalo hunting. I could move the scope forward, but that still dosn't give enough room, and I like the eye relief I currently have. Two questions: 1) do you guys think new "high" rings would work? Warne has some high rings that are quick release as well. 2) does the quick release really work and keep the zero? I'll admit my inexperience here. I have exactly no experience with quick release, and I'm a stickler for accuracy. My PH recommends quick release, so I found these Warne rings online and thought I could kill two birds with one stone. Ideas?