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Review for EGW Browning Picatinny Rail Scope Mount, Short Action, A-Bolt, 0 MOA 43000
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Riflescope Mounts, Rings & Bases by
Evolution Gun Works.
, Shooting and reloading hobbiest, hunter,
from Madison, WI on
Nov 15, 2011 Pros:Exanded scope mounting options, well built Cons: Pricey, but you get what you pay for Would recommend: yes
This was purchased to give a greater range of scope mounting options for a Browning A-Bolt 30-06 rifle. Specifically, to be able to move the scope back farther. The rail did just that. It allowed the scope to be mounted back another couple inches (not that much was needed on my setup, but the option was there). The mount seems very solid and well built. The screw holes lined up perfectly with the factory taps on the receiver. One slight adjustment we did make: Once we had the scope back far enough, the front of the rail mount was in contact with the scope. I dont fault the mount for this, as it is unavoidable. The situation was easily corrected by grinding down part of the front of the mount that was contacting the scope. A metal file would also work, just take longer. Higher rings would also fix the problem, although grinding off part of the mount is usually better since its not a good idea to use higher rings than needed (as I recently witnessed repeatedly at a recent rifle sight-in clinic).
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