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Thread: help! weaver/picatinney bases or rail for a t3 varmint?

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    help! weaver/picatinney bases or rail for a t3 varmint?

    I have a heavy barrel t3 varmint in 308 and would like to get hold of either bases or a rail to put a dot on it. Can anyone help with finding where to get these?

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    Try giving Third Eye Tactical a call, they will probably have something off the shelf.

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    I got a rail for my T3 from Winkie at MacLeods, Stainless to match the barrel and action, cheeper than anyone else could supply genuine Tikka/Sako product.

    TJ
    Position and hold must be firm enough to support the firearm
    The firearm must point naturally at the target without any undue physical effort
    Sight alignment (aiming) must be correct
    The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position

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    +1 on the Third Eye tactical, i have two are they are first class.

    Ian.

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    Hi.
    What are the benefits of using a rail?

    Robbie

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    I use rails on all my rifles, don't need to buy overpriced "bull" mounts.
    Once a rail is fitted every rifle takes the same mounts and scopes can be
    swopped without needing to level the crosshair. I avoid Warne.
    edi

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