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Talley Lightweight Mounts?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Sulaco, May 25, 2006.

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  1. Sulaco

    Sulaco Member

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    I haven't heard alot about Talley's Lightweight Mounts but what I have heard is mostly good. Any opinions?

    I am planning to mount a Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40MC in a set on a Weatherby Vanguard long action. The Talley website says to use the "low" mounts.

    Any advice is appreciated.
     
  2. army_eod

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    I have a set of the one-piece mounts for a Rem 700 that worked great. Talley will give you a military discount if that applies.
     
  3. dakotasin

    dakotasin Member

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    excellent mounts, great price.

    use the lows.

    i have talleys on a dozen or so rifles, and really am a fan.
     
  4. Sulaco

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    Thanks for the info. I figured they were good to go, just wanted to check since I am new to aluminum and one piece base/ring setups. I guess I was a little worried that the alloy would eventually fail, or at least sooner than steel would, but it sounds like alloys have come a long way recently.

    I just realized Talley is practically in my backyard. They are out of Santee, SC and I live in Lexington.
     
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    i run talley lightweights on a 338 win mag - no failures to date, and i shoot a lot...
     
  6. Huff762

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    I use them on a Kimber 8400 .300 WSM and couldn't be more pleased.
     
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