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  • Posted in thread: More Black with Bronze Phosphor Brush on 02-17-2017 at 04:55 AM
    I'll be messing around with the torque on my receiver screws. I think that's a good place to
    look if the problem started after you removed the stock. But, FYI, I remove the barreled action
    from my rif...

  • Posted in thread: More Black with Bronze Phosphor Brush on 02-10-2017 at 04:35 AM
    So one thing I did once I had suspicions on the brush causing it to become black, was to take a
    copper brush and scrub the outside of the barrel (which was clean and had no powder residue or
    fowling)....

  • Posted in thread: What happens when you turn a turret? on 04-18-2016 at 04:25 AM
    Hate to necropost, but MisterMcCool had it exactly correct. The Point of Impact cannot, and
    does not change. The bullet will still hit the same spot time after time in this scenario.
    Adjusting the sco...

  • Posted in thread: What happens when you turn a turret? on 02-16-2016 at 07:04 AM
    Thanks bluzman. Lots of good info on scopes. It doesn't answer my question, though. In fact,
    the A-B-C diagrams show the same thing as the diagram in my original post. If screwing an
    elevation turret ...

  • Posted in thread: What happens when you turn a turret? on 02-05-2016 at 05:16 PM
    Good thought but threads are not left handed. Turning clockwise turns the turret in like a
    normal screw or bolt. Turning it CCW, turns the turret out. This is normal for most of our
    scopes.

  • Posted in thread: What happens when you turn a turret? on 02-05-2016 at 08:41 AM
    I'm confused. Here is a picture that supposedly shows how an erector tube is moved by the scope
    adjustment turrets. It shows the elevation turret at 12:00, the windage turret at 3:00 and an
    opposing r...

  • Posted in thread: Scope Mounting Problem on 01-26-2014 at 06:15 PM
    Thanks for the numbers! I looked them up on the following page. click on the tab Recommended
    Firearms. The only Savage on that list is the Axis. Doesn't add up! In your shoes I'd be on the
    phone or c...

  • Posted in thread: Scope Mounting Problem on 01-26-2014 at 05:27 PM
    Good ideas Triumphman. Reversing the bases is worth a try. I would expect and it looks to be
    that the hole spacing is the same on both bases. The bases are currently as they are pictured
    on a Remingto...

  • Posted in thread: Scope Mounting Problem on 01-25-2014 at 06:08 PM
    The more I look at the picture, the more it seems you got the wrong set for this rifle. The
    line of sight is angled to the probable POI. I know a little about the Leupold mounts, two of
    my rifles gave...

  • Posted in thread: Scope Mounting Problem on 01-25-2014 at 06:24 AM
    Here are quick answers to all of the questions and comments.The Leupold "Standard" rear base
    has windage screws. The "Dual Dovetail" does not. rear base overhang is normal.Yes, the scope
    is high. Th...

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