Yes! Be careful of the ones made here in the U.S. They will need to be milled to fit correctly. The hump at the rear of the receiver needs to be milled down with any high or low turret mount. Side mounts use only a template to line the holes up when drilled and tapped. Side mount cost for smith, 3 holes drilled and tapped. Between $20.00 and 30.00 per hole.
Turret mount, Mounts milled for correct fit: $40.00 to 60.00. Silver soldered to correct zero: 60.00. Drilled and tapped: 20.00 to 30.00 per hole, 4 holes. Receiver hump milled down, $40.00. Reblue the receiver: 20.00
Side mount is much cheaper, 60.00 to 90.00 for the smith.
Turret is $240.00 on the low side just for the smith. If you get one that has never done it you have a 50/50 chance it will not zero correctly. You also need the correct scope for the turret rings. Scope needs to be disassembled, soldered in place, reblued and reassembled. Add another $80.00. Aluminum body scopes won't work, it has to be steel. A repro turret rifle is not for shallow pockets.
My bases and rings came from Austria, $250.00. But they are correct.
You could always go w/ Weaver bases and see through rings.
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Last edited by jpattersonnh; 06-08-2011 at 12:50 AM.