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Old 02-11-2014, 6:25 AM
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Just mounted a Burris 2-7x32 with Leopold low rings on an XS Lever Scout Mount, it came with the Marlin 1895 SBL, the scope sits about 1/16 of an inch above the mount, keeping in mind the rail runs almost the entire length of the scope sans the rear ghost ring sight and mount. Eye relief is a perfect fit for me whether I'm at x2 or x7. Now I know you have a Ruger GSR but in regards to a good scope with the right amount of eye relief for your setup, I'm recommending the Burris 2-7x32 Scout Scope. The last sale price at Turners was $359.00 which they will give you if you ask nicely.

Hope this helps.

As for the previous comments, "save the drama for your mama".
Very similar setup here. I'm using the Warne low QD rings, and a cheek rest to bring the cheek weld to a natural height for me.

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interested in some mags? I have five polymer Ruger mags...
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Old 02-12-2014, 11:19 AM
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Okay, got some pics of the install, here you go.
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Okay, got some pics of the install, here you go.
You get enough eye relief with it so far back? I had to put mine at the far end of the stock rail on the tiger to get it far forward enough.

Nice lever, btw.
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You get enough eye relief with it so far back? I had to put mine at the far end of the stock rail on the tiger to get it far forward enough.

Nice lever, btw.
Yes, plus i'm getting an extra butt stock pad that will be installed with a butt stock cover by RROY.

Also from the Burris website, eye relief is 9.2 -12 inches. How many inches is your eye from the scope?
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No shortage of opinions.

I just mounted a Burris 2x-7 scout scope on Leupold low QR rings. The guy at Turner's mounted it in store on the rifle in their rack and bore sighted it so all I had it to do is mount it on mine (and of course zero it).

I have not shot it yet, so I can't give a shooting report. But can say that it is awesome. Eye relief is good with the rear part of the scope just about even with the front part of the chamber. I can see clearly with no issues at both min and max magnification. Somehow I doubt that once I get a chance to shoot it at 100/200 yards that it will all of a sudden suck. I love it and am glad I finally made the decision. I've been hemming and hawing about it for over a year. YMMV
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Hey guys, can't get enough of playing with my 95, anyhow I did some leather work on it, so once again, here are some pics.


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Jeff Cooper wasn't keen on dot sights on the Scout concept. That's what the iron sights were for.

Scope wasn't mandatory, but if used, consisted of long eye relief and very low magnification. Like 1.5X to 3X. So you can shoot it with both eyes open.
Get a variable up to 5X if you want to shoot over 200+ yards.

I would get one with a 30mm tube and use the ARMS #22L low mount throw-lever rings. Far superior to the Warne QD. I own both types.

And dump the stock flash hider to one that really works:
Smith's Vortex p/n 1000V Noveske
http://www.smithenterprise.com/products06.03.html
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