ScopeMounts.net & TalleyScopeRings.com
Authorized Dealer for Talley Mfg - (907) 444-5751
We are an Authorized Dealer for Talley Mfg Scope Mounting Systems
We have been selling Talley Products since 1997
We are also a Chris Reeve Knife Dealer
this page was updated on November 28th, 2016
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With more than 1,500 scope mounting options, we most probably have the scope mounts that you want.
Ring height questions ?... please scroll down this page ...
Contact us: email@example.com or call (907) 444-5751 voice and text msgs: Marshall Talbott - Manager
Talley Mfg 2016 Retail Price List
We carry Talley Scope Mounts for the ever popular Anschutz Rifles, Browning A-Bolt, Browning X-Bolt, Browning SA 22, Browning High Wall for both round barrel and octagonal barrel, Browning Low Wall, Browning B78 for both round barrel and octagonal barrel, Borden Accuracy, Cooper Rifles, CZ 550, CZ 557. CZ 542 and others CZ models, Defiance Machine, Fierce, Howa 1500, Kimber 84M, Kimber 89 BGR, Marlin, 98 Mauser, Mossburg, Nesika Bay, Remington 700, Ruger American, Ruger 10/22, Sako 75, Sako 85, Surgeon, Remington 700, Sauer, Savage, Stiller Predator, Stiller Tactical 30/300, TC Encore, Tikka T3, Weatherby Mark V, Weatherby Vanguard, Winchester Model 70, Winchester Model 88, Winchester 1885 High Wall, Winchester 1885 Low Wall, and for many other rifles.
As well we carry Talley Tactical / Picatinny Rings which have a built in recoil lug which prevents the ring from shifting on its picatinny rail due to recoil. These are available for 1 inch, 30MM, 34MM, 35MM and 36MM rifle scopes and come in both 4 screw and 6 screw versions. We also have Picatinny Rails made from 7000 series Aluminum Alloy are available in 0 MOA and in tapered versions including 20MOA, 30MOA, 45MOA for many of today's popular rifles.
Browning / Winchester Model 1885 High Wall and Low Wall Steel Base (Works only with Talley Fixed or QD Premium Steel Rings) ...
ABOUT US: We sell the complete selection of Talley Products and are also an International Talley Dealer. Most of our customers are right here in the USA but we have many customers in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, UK, France, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Mexico, Argentina and other over-seas locations as well. Most orders are shipped within 24 hours from the time your order is received. We have many repeat customers that want only Talley Mounts on their rifles. Talley scope mounts are all made right here in the USA and are often used by custom gunsmiths. We pride ourselves on selling only the highest quality items with outstanding customer service and have an extensive knowledge of our products. We have both the ever popular alloy lightweight one-piece mounts and the steel bases and steel rings. TalleyScopeRings.com is a division of HuntAmerica.com, LLC
Talley Quick Detachable Rings with Levers... shown above, are available in both chrome-moly steel and stainless steel. The ring tightens independently to the steel base and independently to the scope. The QD design is essential when changing scopes needs be fast and simple... When installing first tighten the ring at the bottom and then tighten at the top. You should see a small gap at the top between the ring halves once things are tighten up. A very strong design for use when mounting scopes to heavy recoiling rifles.
WHICH RING HEIGHT ? RULE OF THUMB : please call us if you need assistance 907 444 5751
We do NOT guarantee these guideline as there are too many variables to consider.
for Alloy lightweight scope mounts -
Low Mounts for 1 inch scope tube with scopes up to a 40mm objective.... for 30mm scope tube - for scopes up to a 44mm objective lens with a sporter-weight barrel
Medium Mounts 30mm scope tube - for scopes up to a 50mm objective lens if your rifle has a sporter-weight barrel.
High Mounts 1 inch scope tube for scopes up to a 50mm objective lens if your rifle has a sporter-weight barrel. 30mm scope tube for scopes up to a 56mm objective lens if your rifle has a sporter-weight barrel
Extra-High Mounts 1 inch scope tube for scopes up to a 56mm objective lens if your rifle has a sporter-weight barrel. 30mm scope tube for scopes up to a 56mm objective lens if your rifle has a has a heavier contoured barrel
Heavier contoured barrels and varmint weight barrels may require you to go one step taller.
Steel rings with steel bases are normally taller in each category, so you can usually go one step shorter.
How to calculate scope mount height using math -
Determine the outside diameter of your scope's objective bell housing, subtract the scope tube diameter, divide that number by 2, consider the amount of step down where the objective lens will be positioned once the scope is mounted, and consider room for lens covers.
The important things to keep in mind: The scope must not touch the barrel and the bolt handle must clear the scope's eye-piece when the bolt handle is cycled. When you shoulder your rifle and establish a firm but comfortable cheek weld your eye wants to naturally be looking through the center line of the scope. The space between the scope and the barrel is irrelevant other than the things mentioned above.
Talley Fixed Steel Rings shown above are available in either chrome-moly or stainless steel, in matte, satin or gloss finish. The ring tightens in conjunction with the steel base and the scope. When installing first tighten the rings at the bottom and then snug up the screw at the top.
Talley Steel Bases shown above. To order select the manufacturer of your rifle...
What are EXTENDED MOUNTS AND EXTENDED BASES ? An extended mount or extended base is normally 1/4 inch longer (double extended is 1/2 inch longer) than the standard version and can be rotated 180 degrees in either direction in order to bring the ring pairs closer together (which is the most common application) or can be oriented to make the ring pairs futher apart. These are typically used when mounting scopes with shorter tubes on rifles with longer actions.
Compatible with other Manufactures? ... To the best of our knowledge, Talley Fixed and QD Steel Rings are ONLY compatible with Talley Steel Bases and vice versa. However, Talley Tactical Rings and Talley Picatinny Rails are compatible with those manufactured by other companies.
Keep in mind that a Weaver style rail is NOT the same as a picatinny rail. A picatinny rail is also known as MIL-STD-1913 rail, STANAG 2324 rail, or tactical rail ... We do NOT recommend that you mount a Weaver style ring on a picatinny rail; it may fit but it will be a sloppy fit.. A picatinny ring is too large to fit a Weaver rail
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Talley Peep Sight shown above... mounts on a Talley Steel Rear Base... available on our on-line shopping cart...
Talley One-Piece Lightweight Alloy Mounts shown above. The base and the lower ring half is all one unit. These are our most popular mounts, simple, strong, economical and very easy to install. To order go to and then select the make and model of your rifle.
Talley Alloy Lightweight Mounts for Thompson Center Encore shown above ..
Talley Picatinny Rail shown above.. To order go to and then select the make and model of your rifle
Talley Tactical Rings with build in recoil lug shown above, for use on a picatinny rail.
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