Just received a scope along with rings and bases in the mail. The scope I ordered is a Trijicon Huron 3-9x40 and went with Talley steel rings & bases. As the title says, first time doing this. Also, first hunting rifle (Im new.) I loosely attached everything to my rifle, a Winchester M70 in 30-06. The scope, set to its highest power, is too far away from where my head naturally rests on the stock. I have to move my head forward, uncomfortable, to meet the proper eye relief. It appears, that after rearranging the bases, that I am unable to adjust the scope anymore to get it closer. The base of the object lense is bottomed out against the front scope ring. Prior to ordering the rings/bases, I emailed Talley and was informed of what size I need to get. Is this issues something Im doing with the install or is this just not the right set-up? Would using a picatinny base with appropriate rings be the better option for adjusting the scope position? Ive read the Huron has a short eye relief, Id like to keep the scope because I got it at a really good price. Thanks.