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Old 02-22-2011, 10:56 PM
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Fellow savage folk I need help with finding a 1 piece 20 moa base for my 12fv in 223. I did a CG search and came up with nothing.I even called OP and they said they had nothing in a 1 piece for a 12fv accutrigger. Ive seen some online but now im confused they are the same ones OP had that they said would not fit. Ive seen weaver and EGW around 30$. I've alson seen weaver tact rings about the same price.Will these work? Or due I have to pay 120$ for a base?Also any suggestion on ring hight would be appreciated.Nikon buckmaster 4.5x14-40 mildot scopeThanks
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Old 02-22-2011, 11:01 PM
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Get the EGW 0 or 20 MOA base. I've used that and the Farrell ones, although a little bit more expensive. Both work well and at a fair price.

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Old 02-23-2011, 10:07 AM
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Thanks!!!
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:17 AM
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The egw base is a great value, fit and finish on the ones ive used have been great.
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Careful with a 20 MOA base with that scope. The scope only has 50 MOA internal adjustment, and depending on the rifle, that may preclude a 100 yard zero.
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Careful with a 20 MOA base with that scope. The scope only has 50 MOA internal adjustment, and depending on the rifle, that may preclude a 100 yard zero.
Very true. 25 up and 25 down...and a few for zeroing plus the 20 MOA base, and it might run out of room to get a zero.

Get the 0 MOA base then, or a 10 MOA base if available.
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