Tikka t3 lite scope rings

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As every hunting and sporting enthusiast knows, rifles are never interchangeable and neither are the scopes and mounts that help you hit your mark. Since its founding in 1991, Warne Scope Mounts has believed that you should have confidence in every shot. Designed for shooters, by shooters, and building off John Llewellyn Warne’s decades of innovation in the firearms and accessories field, we manufacture firearm-specific scope mounts and rings, including options for the Tikka.

About Tikka Rifles

Sako designs and manufactures Tikka rifles in Finland. With extreme precision and durability taken into account, Tikka ensures its firearms deliver 1 M.O.A. accuracy before being sold. In use, they’re built to withstand whatever the elements throw at it.

Among its more prominent models, the T3x and the newer T1x have gained a reputation as the most adaptable rimfire rifles available, thanks to the modular stock allowing the user to switch out pistol grips to improve their aim and angle and achieve multiple shooting positions. In addition to interchangeable grips, the T3x includes additional screw placements on top of the receiver. Warne Scope Mounts’ Tikka rings and mounts are further compatible with the T3, 695 and 595..

Warne Scope Mounts’ Options for Tikka Rifles

To ensure proper scope fitment, Warne has crafted a line of Maxima Tikka rings. Using durable, solid steel, our Tikka mounts and rings use a vertically split design that handles recoil while remaining in place.

We account for the Tikka rifle receiver’s specific design – particularly, the grooved receiver and how it’s drilled and tapped for scope bases or rails. This feature lets the user attach a dovetail ring without having to use a base first. Solid steel aligns with Tikka’s proprietary rail design, as well as the rifle’s specific tolerances. For your Tikka rifle, find both 1-inch and 30-mm scope rings, as well as bases and picatinny rails.

In continuing Warne’s vision of innovation and adherence to quality manufacturing, all Tikka scope mounts and rings are engineered and designed in the U.S. We support each product with a lifetime warranty.

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Hi from BC, Canada!
Got a new Leupold for the son-in-law's birthday to fit on his new Tikka T3 Lite (stainless). VX-II 4x12x40 in silver.

Now I'm trying to figure out what is the best option for mounts.

Like the idea of utilizing the integral rails...but not much out there to pick from, especially in stainless or anodized silver.

Warne makes one, nickel plated, but looks a tad cheap (to me), and haven't read favorable comments for this application.

I'm a fan of the Burris Signature rings, but not available for integral rail on Tikka. Same with the Talley.

The Optilock Ring Mounts aren't available in N. America (near as I can find), and would be pricey as hell if they were.

One option I'm considering is the Dednutz one piece mount, seems to look pretty solid and tidy.

Any experience with mounting scopes on Tikkas here??? Great little rifle, just want to finish off right for lifetime of good deer and elk hunting.

Thanks!



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I like the factory rings, they work just fine, keep in mind that many people feel the need to fix things that aren't broke, I found mine to be the most square rings I have ever mounted a scope to, I think the rails make the rings line up very well


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I use the mounts that come with the Tikka. Stout as hell, composite material that looks pretty fair, but black. I'd get in contact with the guys at Tikka and see what they have in silver, stainless or nickle that fits their dovetails.

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Ditto on the factory rings. I've used nothing else on four different T3's, and never had a scope lose zero once I bore sighted and sighted in. They are light, as well.

I've had them on two 270's, a 243 and a 223 with zero problems.

I've got some silver ones, I think, if you want to buy a pair cheap and try them - assuming I can ship them to Canada (can't imagine why not, but stranger things have happened)...

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I've used Burris bases and Signature mounts that worked great. Also used Talleys that I liked but then went to 30mm. For the 30mm scope I went to Warne and they are far from chincy. Great solid mounts but a bit heavy if light is the order of the day. All the ones I used were black matte, which I do like on stainless with a black or stainless scope, but that's just me. I don't care for the supplied tikka rings. The screws, as noted, are soft and they look about as cheap as anything out there, but that's by my eyes. If others like them, it's all good. If I were you, I'd go Talleys as they are light and very well made. Paint them silver if you have to and mask the scope contact area.



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All my Tikka's wear Warne Rings utilizing the integral rails.

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I agree with DJTex. I use the factory supplied ones on my three...30-06, 270, & 338 and have never had a problem. They are the ones you referenced above and have served me well. Don't fix what ain't broken as cumminscowboy said.


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Optilock rings & bases can be purchased at most hunting stores in Canada. Its all I use on my Sako and Tikka T3 rifles-very strong worth the extra money in my opinion. Here in Canada however we do NOT get the factory supplied Tikka rings (they are not Optilocks) that the USA market gets.

A set of Optilock LOW rings will be fine. I have the same scope in matte with the LR duplex on my Sako m75SS 243. My rings & bases are stainless. I have Leupold VX3 scopes on my Tikka T3 LS rifles.

Talley's are nice too.


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I'm in Canada too, and I got Optilocks for my Tikka, they seem to be fine, but I been thinking about getting some Dednutz, only cause I like the way they look, and I've heard good things about them. But, you shouldnt have a problem finding Optilocks, and they seem great to me, I havent used them that long though....


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I'm in Canada and have two Tikkas. One is wearing Burris Signature rings and bases and the other is wearing one piece Talley Lightweights. I had a set of Millets that used the grooves on the receiver - they worked but I did not have much confidence in them. There is not a lot of grab on these types of mounting systems and I would suggest a more traditional system that uses the mounting holes on top of the receiver. I really like the Talleys and would recommend them.


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The factory mounts started to pull the pin through the front ring on a .270 after less than 40 rounds and I went with the Dednutz. Im pleased enough to add to more of the mounts to my collection. They are super clean and required no lapping at all.



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Hey, thanks for all the great info. Nothing is better than first hand, personal experience.

Without meaning to get anal about scope mounts, the design of the Tikka rail doesn't offer a great deal of actual contact area for screw-on bases such as Weaver, Talley, Leupold or Burris in the same sense that is achieved on, f'rinstance, a Remington. Surface friction is a factor in stability. Further, because of the center groove, where the screws go through there is, I would presume, going to be a measurable gap between the base and rifle at this point with the screws out of contact with anything.

Next, because the bases are flat surfaced, there's really very little other than the screws and drillings themselves...already a tad weakened as mentioned above...contributing to alignment between separate rings and bases.

The point made about the anchor pin inherent in Tikka integral rail ring mounts starting to fail after only 40 rounds from a .270 is worth noting.

One conclusion so far: Ruger (I have a 22/77) got it right with their integral rail design. :-)

If Burris made a Signature ring mount in stainless/silver, I'd own 'em right now.

All that said, finding myself homing in on the Dednutz. Sure get good reviews everywhere I look.









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I don't have a Tikka T3, with DNZ mounts, so I can't answer that for sure, on the pin, but I seriously doubt it. That Recoil pin hole is designed for use with dovetail rings if you go that route. It's not needed with a 1-piece solid base. I have DNZ mounts on about 5 rifles, and not one issue whatsoever including recoil. I have them on .35 Whelen, 30-06, .308, .270, and .257WM.

I pulled this quote from the "Warne" website, which is also a good mount option, btw.

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We often get asked if our bases for the Tikka T3 have a recoil lug to fit in the pin hole on the receiver. Our answer to the question is no, they do not. The next question is almost always “why”? The simple answer is that it does not need one. The hole in the Tikka receiver is not intended for use with a base. That hole is machined in the receiver with the intent of dovetail rings being used, it is a hole for a recoil pin. If you were to think of it this way, would you be concerned that a picatinny rail for your Remington 700, or Winchester Model 70 does not have a recoil pin in it? No, of course you wouldn’t, because there is no hole for one to fit in. Then why would it make any difference for a Tikka? Warne bases are secured to the receiver with 4 high strength steel T-15 Torx screws. Adding a recoil lug to the base is a solution to a problem that does not exist.

 

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