20 degree picatinny rail?

joseph

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Who sells 20 degree picatinny rails for a 110 Savage? Reasonably priced.

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joseph

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Thanks learning. I looked them up. They look good and have good reviews.

The rifle I will put it on is a 6mm BR. Norma using 105 gr. Berger VLDs. If I only shoot out only 600 yards should I get the 20 Degree or should I get a 10 degree? How will it affect my hold at 100 yards for both the 20 & 10 degree rail? Will I be able to adjust the reticule down to be sighted in at 100 yards with a scope that has 80" of adjustment?

Joseph
 

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