- Jan 5, 2015
Are you sure your scope is mounted stress free, by that I mean more often than not when you put a rail on 700 actions and srew one end down the other end has a gap on the other end meaning no way can it not have a banana shape when tightened down.
I know your using Talleys which if I remember correctly are 2 piece which means the same principal when you torque the scope down. I'm not saying it's your problem but it's something to look at and eliminate it's why anymore I dont care if there NF or spuhr mounts it can very well be the actions mounting points I bed the rings and rail if needed which is atleast 75% of the time
Agreed. Most of the woes that I’ve read in this thread that could be attributed to erector malfunction are, IMO, likely to be caused by receiver induced mis-alignment stress on the scope tube and thus relatively easily addressed by bedding bases and rings. Alleviating such variables is accuracy 101.