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Can a novice install a Redfield base and rings?

I just bought a Remington 700 .270 (long action?) for hunting. I want to purchase Redfield dovetail mounts and rings with the windage adjustment to attach my Leopold VX-II 3-9X50. I've never mounted a scope before but would like to do it myself. What extent of gunsmithing is involved and will I need medium rings or high rings for this scope? Are there any installation instructions that I can review before I make the purchase?

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Problem solved. Redfield had all the size information I needed and mounting the base was a breeze.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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