I have a Win Model 70, 7mm Rem. Mag. with the B.O.S.S. system that I bought new in 1999. I have it topped with an Trijicon AccuPoint 3x9x40 scope using 1" Redfield rings and Redfield bases. The scope is about 12-15 years old, but it's just a guess as to when I installed it. As heavy as this setup is, it has been reliable in taking Pronghorn, Deer, and Elk and I don't want to mess with success. I am having a time trying to get a good sight picture through the scope wearing my usual heavy hunting coat at a magnification above 4x. Even at that magnification, it's not that easy. I'm older and 25lbs heavier than I was twenty years ago. The scope is mounted with the rings butting up against the scope bells fore and aft, so moving the scope back towards my face to get into a good eye relief zone is no good. Do I look around for different bases and/or rings or am I going to have to find a gunsmith to cut the stock to a different LOP? I would appreciate some input as to how best to address this situation.