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I have a remington 700 sendero SF II, in 300 RUM. I have a long range scope with a 30 mm maintube. I need a mounting system that is better than two individual bases. I have seen custom guns with sturdy one piece mounts. I don't know where to get a very nice one piece scope mounting system. When I say one piece system, I mean one piece base.
 

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Can find them in any firearms supply catalog (Midway, Natchez, Midsouth, Graf & Sons, etc) under Leupold products.
 

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Sorry, maybe I should have been more clear. Something worthy of putting on a $3000 setup, not generic parts. Like I said, something custom, and something someone might have had some experience with. I have seen custom bases for very accurate rifles, they might cost $250 just for the bases.
 

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Look at the tactical ring and base options from Badger Ordinance, Leupold, Night Force, etc. They are beefy and very strong. I like the TSR rings from www.Brownells.com . They are every bit as good as Badger or Leupold at half the price and are built to some very tight tolerances.
 

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I have a remington 700 sendero SF II, in 300 RUM. I have a long range scope with a 30 mm maintube. I need a mounting system that is better than two individual bases. I have seen custom guns with sturdy one piece mounts. I don't know where to get a very nice one piece scope mounting system. When I say one piece system, I mean one piece base.
Have a look at Nightforce. Their rings are very well made - machined out of a steel billet. They make one piece or two piece mounts. The one piece is a Picatinny style.
http://nightforceoptics.com/nightforcescopes/RINGS__BASES___MOUNTS/rings__bases___mounts.html

I have Nightforce rings on one of my custom rifles. I'm pretty happy with them.
 
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