RE: Light Weight Rifle
If you are truely wanting a light weight package then lose the big scope. The only thing that is titanium is the objective and ocular bell. The rest is the same alloy used in their other scopes. So why pay the extra money for titanium that reeally does not do anything? That scope weighs 20.3 ounces.
Instead I would opt for the Monarch UCC in 3-9X40 at 12.6 ounces or the Monarch UCC 2-7X32 at 11.2 ounces. Both of these are right at a full half pound lighter than the Titanium scope you listed. Besides the "silver" scope already has two shades of silver on it and I'd bet it wouldn't match the rifle's silver either.
I would also loose that huge Near Precision scope base and install a two piece Warne premier set and Warne 7.3 series rings. Or a set of Talley rings and bases. Or a set of S&K rings and bases This will drop several ounces right here.
Do this and you will drop close to, if not a full pound from what you already have.
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