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Luepold Mark 4 2-piece bases (savage)

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Unread 11-10-2011, 09:44 PM
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Luepold Mark 4 2-piece bases (savage)

Looking for some info on Leupold Mark 4 Tactical 2-piece bases for a savage 10fp .308. I will be using this gun for long range hunting (600 yards max). One piece is outof the question for now. Just looking for some reviews/advice on this particular product. Thanks!

-Mega
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    Re: Luepold Mark 4 2-piece bases (savage)

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    Looking for some info on Leupold Mark 4 Tactical 2-piece bases for a savage 10fp .308. I will be using this gun for long range hunting (600 yards max). One piece is outof the question for now. Just looking for some reviews/advice on this particular product. Thanks!

    -Mega
    I would opt for the Ferral one piece base, and Burris tactical rings. If you access to a good milling machine, I'd also dowl pin the base after installation (.125" or .156" dowl pins). This seems to make the action even more rigid.
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