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Old 04-14-2010, 03:05 AM
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Re: Rimfire technologies / egw moa base review

I am wondering what the slot spacing on them is? i know the EGW spacin g is standard at 10mm as per picatinny specs is the RT the same it looks like a well made piece of kit i dont usualy like slotted holes to make rails multifit but with a 22 that is not a real issue if it was a 308 then there would be an issue. I think the RT looks a lot nicer and with the cutout it is probably needed on a small action like a 220.


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Old 04-17-2010, 07:35 AM
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Re: Rimfire technologies / egw moa base review

The RT base was supposed to be the universal Picatinny measurments but obviously weren't.

I still haven't gotten an answer back fro EGW either.

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I am wondering what the slot spacing on them is? i know the EGW spacin g is standard at 10mm as per picatinny specs is the RT the same it looks like a well made piece of kit i dont usualy like slotted holes to make rails multifit but with a 22 that is not a real issue if it was a 308 then there would be an issue. I think the RT looks a lot nicer and with the cutout it is probably needed on a small action like a 220.


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If you intend on shooting your .22lr or other rimfires past 100 yards and reducing or eliminating excessive "holdover" as your scope may run out of vertical adjustment, a sloped or MOA base is a must have. This is comparison of the Rimfire Technologies 25 moa base and the EGW 20 moa base, and some of my objective opinions of both.
This may be a silly question but if you have a 20 or 25 MOA base does the setup still work fine for close-range shooting?
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Old 03-03-2011, 06:25 PM
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Re: Rimfire technologies / egw moa base review

it depends on a few factors such as the amount of travel you have in the optic, the height of the rings, etc.

normally you shouldn't have a problem, i usually shoot mine from 25 yards out to 200 regularly.
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