Gentlemen and Ladies, I am trying to gather a bit of info regarding a rifle I now own. It is a Browning Safari Grade in .308 that was made by SAKO in 1964 (****z4). I am trying to get rings and mounts for the rifle. I have a Leupold scope (3x9 40mm w/1" tube dia.) I have spoken to (3) techs at Leupold. Each one chose the mounts for the Belgian Browning made in the F.N. factory. They had me so convinced that I ordered them and gave them to my local gun shop to mount. The mounts don't fit as these are for the Mauser action used by F.N. I cannot get the techs at Leupold to understand that this rifle was manufactured -if I am correct- on the SAKO L579 medium action. Here's the rub... To my very amateur eye, THIS looks like a Mauser action? I would love a history lesson, or at least to know what mounts will fit this rifle. Thank you all in advance, J.