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Warne Remington LA Tactical Rail, 20MOA

Warne Remington LA Tactical Rail, 20MOA
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Equip your Remington 700 with a tactical rail from Warne Scope Mounts.

The Remington 700 needs no introduction - it's regarded as one of the most impressive bolt-action rifles in the industry for decades. Its design is behind current models preferred by sharpshooters in military and law enforcement applications - not bad for a line created in 1962. Remington rifles have offered outstanding performance for shooting enthusiasts across generations.

Warne Scope Mounts also has decades of experience in the firearms history creating accessories that enhance and upgrade the shooting experience. We understand the specifics of the Remington 700 and work well within its footprint, using custom machining to create scope mounts and bases with exact specifications.

Warne Tactical Rails are designed around the Mil-Spec Picatinny style rail system and provide a strong and true platform for optics mounting. We don't cut corners on materials or manufacturing: The M674-20MOA Maxima tactical rail uses strong steel to offer a solid base for accessories. Weighing in at 4.5 ounces, it offers 20 MOA and attaches to your build using 6-48 screws. It also can fit on other models, such as Remington 700 Long Action, Mauser Model 18, Sauer 100 and 101 and Bergara B-14 Long Action models.

  • Warne Tactical Rails allow the use of Picatinny or standard Weaver style rings.
  • Constructed of solid steel and machined in both standard and 20MOA configurations, matte black only.
  • Cross slots feature the 1913 Mil-Spec design.
  • Bases securely mount to your gun with T-15 Torx style screws, 25 in/lb. of torque recommended.
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UPC Code656813011568
Accessory RailNot Applicable
WarrantyWarranty provided by product manufacturer.
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