So this is what we have, a Savage 10FCP-SR .308 http://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/savage-model-10-fcp-sr-sniper-rifle-new-gun-review/ A Vortex scope http://www.opticsplanet.com/vortex-viper-pst-6-24x50-ffp-riflescope.html A GG&G accu cam mount http://www.opticsplanet.com/gg-g-accucam-quick-detach-base-w-integral-30mm-rings-for-bolt-guns.html Zero is 200 yards, intended use is target 400+ Rifle is stock The specs say I have a 20 MOA rail but my scope (MIL/MIL) is zeroed up 1-1/2 revolutions or about 7-8 MRADs so I am not sure if I really do. I don't know how to tell the difference. As you can see from the picture, I am not able to cheek weld. The scope is at 2.25" and forward to fit my height. I am NOT looking for high dollar suggestions like an accuracy international chassis or a new scope, etc. I would consider changing the scope mount but best case that will lower this scope 1/4". What I am looking for are specific recommendations to fix the current set up like a Karsten cheek piece, length of pull adjustment etc. I need to change the rail so I need input on how much.