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Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

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Unread 02-05-2004, 08:54 PM
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Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

Hey guys,

Have any of you used the Ken Ferral 20 MOA tapered 1 piece 700 LA base??

If so, what do you think of it. Would you rather have somthing else, or are you happy with it. Why and/or why not?

Thanx in advance
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    Re: Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

    I am very happy with mine. They are of good quality and inexpencive to boot.
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    Re: Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

    Have several, work for me.
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    Re: Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

    I have a 30moa Farrell base and it is really nice!!! I thought it was a bargain considering the quality. The taper is a matter of preference. I got a 30 to use as much of my scope as I could. I figured seeing the fringe of the optics is better done at short range and have the center of the glass for longer range.
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    Re: Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

    I have the first retail sold of Ken's "G-Force" style bases. He did it in 5 MOA slope. I liked so much I just got a second one. Great service, good value.
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    Re: Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

    Michael--get one you cant go wrong. I have two and would have a thired for my new BR gun, but the Viper action has its own mounts.

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    Re: Ken Ferral 20 MOA base

    super straight!!!,..didn't even touch my windage turret when I mounted my scope in mine with PRW rings. Very well built,..and as has been stated,...can't beat the price.

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