EGW HD Ruger Precision Rimfire 0 MOA Scope Mount

$6999

3 in stock

SKU: 80440 Category: Product ID: 6211

Description

EGW HD Ruger Precision Rimfire 0 MOA Scope Mount

Mounting Hardware is Included

This mount is made specifically for the Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle (RPR).
The end of the rail with the number engraved is the front of the rail.

This mount will not work on:
Ruger Precision Rifle (Centerfire)
Ruger Precision Magnum
Rail Type: One Piece Picatinny
Machined From: Solid 7075 T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum
Finish: Matte Black Hardcoat
Center Spread: 2.758″
Overall Length of Mount: 5.256″
Height: .400″ (Top of Receiver to Top of Picatinny)
Weight: 2.5 oz
Quick Disconnect Ring Compatible: Yes
Ambidextrous: No
Compatible with Picatinny or Weaver scope rings.
Mounting Hardware: #6-48 X 1/4 Screws and T-10 Wrench Included
Torque Specs: 20 in/lbs

We recommend measuring the hole spacing in your receiver to confirm it matches with the dimensions we have published.

Picatinny cross slots run the full length of the rail, which gives the shooter flexibility when mounting scope rings and other accessories. Our one-piece scope mounts are the obvious choice for hunters and tactical shooters alike.

This mount is a Picatinny-style base and compatible with Picatinny or Weaver scope rings.

We machine these in our shop using one of our machining centers. After machining, the mounts are tumbled, sand blasted, and Type III anodized for long lasting durability.

We recommend:
0 MOA – if shooting 0-150 yards
20 MOA – if shooting 150-300 yards

When zeroing your rifle with a 20 MOA mount, we recommend zeroing at 200 yards.

Installation: We recommend 20 inch lbs of torque and a drip of blue loctite (loctite is available through our website and is sold separately).

The entire mount and accessories (from the mounting screws and wrench down to the packaging) are made in the USA.

Additional information

Weight 1.0 oz
Dimensions 10.0 × 5.0 × 1.0 in

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