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HD Tactical Mounts???

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Topic: HD Tactical Mounts???
Posted By: trobert
Subject: HD Tactical Mounts???
Date Posted: December/08/2004 at 11:46
I recently purchased a Savage 10FP-LE1a .308 with the synthetic Choate varmit stock. I am looking to mount a
leupold tactical mark 4 scope. I want some seriously tough and rugged mounts... suggestions?

Posted By: Chris Farris
Date Posted: December/08/2004 at 13:05 - Badger Ordnance for sure.

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Posted By: redneckbmxer24
Date Posted: December/11/2004 at 11:47

ditto, nothing but badger.



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Posted By: trobert
Date Posted: December/11/2004 at 15:03
How does one use a mounting rail to gain extra moa adjustment from a scope? A friend
told me that one can use a 20 degree or 30 degree mounting rail to gain more adjustment
from a scope? What are the pros and cons of this?

Posted By: redneckbmxer24
Date Posted: December/11/2004 at 15:36

the badger base will have the 20MOA forward cant, meaning it saves 20MOA of your adjustments in the scope, for long range work with a caliber that had alot of trajectory, or a scope that doesnt have as much adjustments. theres alot of pros, and im not aware of any cons. good gun choce BTW, very very accurate gun for the money, and much more.



If guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns, I'll be only one of millions!!!

Posted By: cheaptrick
Date Posted: December/18/2004 at 18:38

My Badger bases are 20 moa canted. Some are zero cant. As redneck stated, theres no real downside by having 20 moa rails.

Some scopes are harder to zero at 100 yards due to the cant, but my USO SN-3 has no issues.

The advantage is really for LONG range shooting. Depends on scope and it's adjustments too. 


Most .308's won't benefit from canted bases, but I use them anyway. 

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