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Scope for a Remington 660

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by brentwal, Sep 29, 2005.

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  1. brentwal

    brentwal Member

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    Looking for a scope for a Remington 660 carbine in .308? I've just put a Weaver base and Leupold rings on it. What scope power for it, fixed 4x or should I go with 3-6/9x variable power. I'm leaning toward the fixed power.

    Specs as bought
    Remington 660 Carbine
    18" Barrel / iron sights
    Monte Carlo / Mannlicher style stock - fully bedded
    1" Sling Swivels
    1" Uncle Mikes M1907 style sling
    After Market trigger - Mgf unknown

    Specs as of now
    1 1/4" Sling swivels
    Cheap WalMart M1907 style sling
    Weaver base
    Leupold See-Thru rings

    Will be adding
    Turner Saddlery M1907 style sling
    Metal trigger guard / base plate
    Scope

    I don't have any specific use for it, it's just a project gun. But would make a good hunting rifle if I need something short and light.

    So, if it were your rifle what scope power. I'm not looking for any brands to go with, just scope power.

    Thanks

    Brent
     
  2. Jim Watson

    Jim Watson Member

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    I would
    1. Ditch the look under brackets. Get a good QD mount if you plan to tear up the scope and need the irons.
    2. 2-7 variable.
     
  3. Chuck R.

    Chuck R. Member

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    I’ve got a similar setup:

    REM Mod 7 Mannlicher from the custom shop in .350 Rem Mag that I used for a timber elk rifle.

    I topped it off with a Swarovski 1.25-4X Professional in Warne QD mounts. I sighted it in for 225 Nosler Partitions using the scope, and I sighted the irons in using Nosler 250 Partitions.

    Overall, a very handy combination.

    Chuck
     
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