Warne Mountain Tech Mounting System

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posted on October 14, 2016
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For precision shooters who plan to carry their rifles, it is essential to try to cut every ounce of weight from a rifle platform. For that reason, Warne Scope Mounts introduced its advanced Mountain Tech precision mounting system, consisting of rings and bases.

Warne's Mountain Tech scope rings are CNC-machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and feature a horizontally split design. Additional hardware found on the rings are made from stainless steel to ensure resistance against corrosion. The rings are machined to NATO STANAG specifications in order to ensure the best possible fit and the closest return to zero attainable. The rings are available in 1-inch, 30 mm and 34 mm tube sizes and are offered in four different height options. The rings are compatible with both Weaver- and Picatinny-style rails. Suggested retail prices start at $129.99.

Warne's Mountain Tech rails are black zinc-coated and feature self-centering hardware to prevent base movement under vigorous use. These rails are available in O-MOA and 20-MOA configurations to allow recreational shooters and hunters to choose the best possible setup for their application. Rails are available for Howa, Weatherby, Savage, Remington, Winchester, Ruger and Tikka rifles. Suggested retail price for both the O-MOA and 20-MOA models is $69.99.

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