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Canted base or no canted base?

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Unread 09-03-2009, 12:15 PM
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Canted base or no canted base?

I'm building a 300wm and am mounting a 5-25x50 falcon menace ffp. I'm wondering if I will need a 20moa base or if I will be fine without it. I will be using this rifle to learn lr and increase my range with practice to as far as possible.
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    Re: Canted base or no canted base?

    Use a 20 MOA base.
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