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Normally canted bases are 20moa. Im sure someone makes 10moa ive never run across one myself
 

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I don't see a real need for a 10MOA base. There is usually no real negative side to using a 20MOA, even if you never use the additional range it affords. There could be some scopes out there with very limited internal adjustment that would keep you from zeroing under 100 yards, but I don't know of any off-hand.
 

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If you only want/need 10moa,just buy a set of Burris Signature Zee rings and use the +/- 10 moa inserts on the rings.
It's cheaper than a good base,and they are the only rings that I will use on all my High $$$$ scopes,you will never get ring marks on them.
 

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Txhillbilly said:
If you only want/need 10moa,just buy a set of Burris Signature Zee rings and use the +/- 10 moa inserts on the rings.
It's cheaper than a good base,and they are the only rings that I will use on all my High $$$$ scopes,you will never get ring marks on them.
I second the burris rings, the best in the business, period. And as stated i only trust burris ring on my high end scopes or heck for any scope that is
 
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