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Rifle Base

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by SN13, Feb 25, 2009.

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  1. SN13

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    I'm looking for a one piece, Picatinny rail for a savage Long-action with Round rear receiver.

    I'd like it to be as Light as possible (Aluminum alloy, etc.)

    If anyone has any recommendations, along with the specs for the base (weight + pictures work) I'd be greatly appreciative.

    Oh, also, a 15-20 MOA rail is preferable.

    THANKS!
     
  2. SN13

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    So, I take it no one knows?
     
  3. CH47gunner

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    Very Nice Bruce.
     
  5. SN13

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    Anyone have any Recommendations for RINGS?

    Thanks!
     
  6. CH47gunner

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    Farrell will machine matching rings to the base but, they're pretty pricey.

    I saw no need for the added expense of "tactical" rings and I've always had very good experiences with Warne products, so I used the Warne Maxima QD's. The vertical split rings are awkward to get used to, at first. I've used the same set-up on three long-distance rifles and have found them to work very well.

    Bruce
     
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