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    Lyman Rings & bases

    Cleaning basement found some boxes of gun stuff from auctions, sales, etc. Found a new set of Lyman Tru-Lock rings. They look to be new, steel and very nice blue. Come to find out the bases for them are hard to come by. I looked on line and they want average $15 per base. I would like to use these on an older rifle. I can’t find a base chart for these. Do anyone have experience with these?556FC96A-2F86-4F80-A2BE-BA74230ACD81.jpeg
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    I have a set on a 1955 336A 35 Rem. They work great and are very solid. I don't know the model number of the Lyman base or the rings for that matter. I got them from a MO member with a couple of Weaver K-4 scopes. The hardware didn't come with any packaging or papers.
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