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I killed another scope last month. Last week Simmons stepped up again and replaced it with brand new! Its a biggun... Whitetail Classic 6-24x50.
SO... I swapped it for the Weaver Rimfire Classic 2.5-7! 😉.

I love this lil rifle. Its down right scary accurate and “deserves” some “OVER SCOPING”!

I mounted it in Leupold PRW rings. Medium MATTE rings. I did have to relieve the hammer and channeled my INNER DINNY/RIMBO and got it done proper! 😉. Fits good and Ill sight it tonight before our Monday Match.

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Very nice!!!!!!!!!!!! But ummmm your rings are on backwards :tango_face_grin:
That probably explains why he has broken more scopes than anyone else I have ever met.

Thanks, Dinny
 

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This is on Leupolds Q&A for PRW2 rings:

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The rings themselves are not directional, correct? The base screws can either be towards to the left or right of the firearm.
Asked by LeupyDude 1 year ago
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LeupyDude, The PRW2 1-in Low Rings are not directional, and can be oriented either way. Best Regards, Leupold Technical Service
 

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Its just the boys givin some brotherly ribbin LT!

Thanks Brother for the back up!

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Rings don’t matter but it looks like the scope needs to be rotated 90 degrees clockwise. The windage should be on the right not straight up.
 

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Rings don’t matter but it looks like the scope needs to be rotated 90 degrees clockwise. The windage should be on the right not straight up.
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The knob you see isn’t a windage adjustment turrett. It’s a focus ring. 😉

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