Warne Remington Short Action Tactical Rail
The Warne Remington Short Action Tactical Rails are machined from solid steel in both standard and 20 MOA configurations. The Mil-Spec Picatinny Style rail system is the blueprint for the design of the short action tactical rails. They provide a strong platform for mounting optics.
Warne Remington Short Action Tactical Rail Features
Allows the use of Picatinny or standard Weaver style rings.
Constructed of solid steel and machined in both standard and 20 MOA configurations.
Cross slots feature the 1913 Mil-Spec design.
Bases securely mount to the user’s gun with T-15 Torx style screws.
Always verify that your firearm is UN-LOADED before performing any service on it. Warne recommends that you loosely assemble rings and scope onto firearm prior to final mounting to verify eye relief and ring spacing.
- Visually inspect your firearm’s receiver for burrs around the screw holes and remove if necessary. Remove all oil and grease from the holes in the receiver, the base screws and contact surfaces.
- Place the base(s)/rail on the receiver.
- In some instances the front base will overhang the receiver, place base overhang towards the rear of the firearm.
- Check for proper fit and alignment.
- If you have short and long screws, please use the short screws in the front of base/rail, front holes of firearm
- Using a T-15 wrench (supplied with WARNE rings) loosely install the supplied Torx 15 screws.
- If base(s)/rail fit properly, firmly tighten screws.
- WARNE recommends no more than *25 in/lb maximum torque.
- WARNE recommends the use of a REMOVABLE thread locking compound on base/rail installations only, for best results.
- *Never torque your base screws beyond the firearm manufacturers’ recommended torque rating. Use extreme caution when tightening base screws on an aluminum receiver, torque specifications will be significantly lower and you should always check the firearm manufacturers’ recommended torque rating.
IMPORTANT: NEVER OVER TIGHTEN ANY BASE OR RING SCREW. NEVER ATTACH A SCOPE IF THE OBJECTIVE TOUCHES THE BARREL OR CAUSES INTERFERENCE WITH THE BOLT, SAFETY OR CYCLING OF THE ACTION. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FIREARM OR SCOPE MANUFACTURERS’ RECOMMENDED TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN GUNSMITHING METHODS.
⇒ If you are unsure or do not have the proper tools, please contact a gunsmith for assistance, Warne will not be held liable for stripped/damaged receivers or scopes.
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