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Old 01-09-2009, 01:18 PM   #1
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For a scope,Talley rings and a base are suggested for the new T-bolt but all I see advertised is Talleys' for the A-bolt!
Am I missing something?

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Old 01-09-2009, 11:30 PM   #2
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I also went to Talley website and didn't see any bases for Browning T-bolt. I'm sure they make them,just havn,t updated their website. Call them and they'll be able to help you.

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I also went to Talley website and didn't see any bases for Browning T-bolt. I'm sure they make them,just havn,t updated their website. Call them and they'll be able to help you.
Thanks Bro!
I'll do just that! I still haven't even gotten the rifle and literally bought it cause of the Browning name
THEN I researched the T bolt on line and am very happy with my shot-in-the-dark decision!
How do you like yours? Is it scoped now?
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I have the old version which is years old. Yes it's scoped, just been so long I forget which setup/base/rings it has. I would LOVE to get 1 of the new 1s in .22 magnum, but can't justify the cost as I already have 5 .22mags, with 3 of them being bolt actions, 1 of which is my Kimber of oregon.

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I hear ya Bro!
This will be my last purchase for a long, long time other than survival gear and more storable food!
Kentucky sure is nice! Did basic at Ft. Campbell and AIT at Knox. Lived in Radcliff while stationed at Ft Knox after Vietnam.
At least you have squirels
We got cotton tails and BIG jackrabbits here but no squirells

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The Browning website shows bases for the T-bolt under accs. if you want to order directly from them.

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