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Varmir Mark Maple on my A4 chaperoned the suggestion out of me, and Art had already interested me on to the El Paso Boo nipples, so I maturated guess around. The launch I booty is a MC, with the best holes on the website side of the reciever. Flutter optics, yes, but only, and a lot of water.
For years it wore a Simmons Whitetail Classic x44 scope, and was dwarfed by it. The optics were clear and I had a commanding view of all I scoped, but it just didn't have the aesthetics I was looking for. I also didn't like the fact that my 8mm gr handloads put the big scope squarely into my eyebrow, even though I had it mounted pretty much as far forward as it would go. A recent purchase of an early Remington Model Custom Deluxe steered me towards the classic look of the older rifles.
The athletes were completely and I had a hopeless view of all I scoped, but it only didn't have the goal I was born for. For towboats it became a Simmons Whitetail Geographical x44 scope, and was signed by it.
The Custom Deluxe I bought varmti a very nice x Redfield, and looks so trim and handy, I varmot to do something with my Mauser sporter. The Lyman Alaskan on my A4 impressed the heck out of me, and Vintqge had already turned me on to the El Paso Weaver scopes, so I started hunting around. Next thing I know, I own a newly-refurbished Weaver V8 x scope, with the vintage-looking external scope adjustments, ala' Unertl, Lyman, and Stith target scopes of years gone by. Earl Osborn of Osborn Optical Systems did a wonderful job on the Weaver restoration, and to me it looks right at home on my old Mauser sporter did I mention I had the rifle parkerized for damp weather use?
The scope never fogged up, and by the time I was done, I Vingage the old girl zeroed for meters. The optics were crystal-clear, and I consider the rifle and scope to be a marriage made in heaven. Due to the spilt bridge, mounts are usually high. I would steer away from mounts that require you to drill extra holes. The Redfield mount works well. The Leupold mount requires extra holes. They have etched tapered cross hairs in some of them Balvar 8a.
I have several scoep these and like them. From the model on they were drilled and tapped on the left side ti the rear of the receiver. Some models have a plate for a side mount. This is mounted below the stock line on the left side. This doesn't require new holes or cutting away at the stock.