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1 pc or 2 pc tappered nightforce base?

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Unread 03-30-2004, 01:37 PM
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1 pc or 2 pc tappered nightforce base?

What are the pros and cons of going with a 1 or 2 piece nightforce base...I know the 1pc gives 40MOA and the 2pc gives 20moa...but besides that? Its for a 300WM sendero.
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    Re: 1 pc or 2 pc tappered nightforce base?

    Go with a one-piece base so that your rings are aligned with one another as best as can be when mounted.
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    Re: 1 pc or 2 pc tappered nightforce base?

    2 piece is lighter if weight is a problem go with the 2 piece if not I agree with STL on the 1 piece
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