Or get taller rings
You already have plenty of clearance for the barrel, I’d bring out a spot for it.
I could be wrong, but your picatinny mounted level looks way off, and I've noticed on my setups that the screw doesn't get in the way as long as it can sit in the rings. Meaning if it's not hitting anything before you level the optic, then it will fit because it is angled away enough. I believe your rifle is not sitting level in this picture, which means the scope actually has more rotation available and will work. Could be an optical illusion though?
@larrymdeckerjr you're right. It wasn't exactly level at this point because I was trying to play with options to fit the screw between the grooves of the rail but you can see that the optic level is way off from the rifle and that was it positioned where the screw was hitting the picatinny rail. I ended taking a little material off of the rail with a Dremel and it worked out great. Just a little sharpie and it looks brand new.
Thanks for the response.
@Shawn Leegwater good deal.
I mount my level so that the bubble is touching one of the indicator lines, that way I have a definitive point of reference to check, versus trying to make sure the entire bubble is in the very dead center.
It is considerably faster for me that way.
@dkrat243 yep. Exactly what I was trying to do, I guess I should have set it up better for the picture. you can see the level is just on the right edge of the line. Ended up using a Dremel just a little and everything worked out great. Tracks perfectly.
@Shawn Leegwater Awesome!! 👍