Mounting most scopes require a torque spec on the screws that mount it. Too much torque and the scope tube is distorted or crushed, too little and the scope won't be stable. Does anyone have a good source for a torque screwdriver (20 inch pounds or so)?
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Thats the one i use as well. Not the best torque driver but good enough for mounting scopes. Dont rely on it for anything past about 45inch pounds it gets a
little dodgy compaired to higher end drivers after that.
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