Bassett Machine Picatinny Rail Scope Mount M1A M14
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11/3/2017 10:35 AM
Item 691621114
Location Hollywood, MD 20636-0272
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Up for sale is a LIKE NEW

Bassett Machine Picatinny Rail Scope Mount Package for M1A / M14.

Specification: Mounts high enough to use iron sights with most scopes.
The Picatinny Rail mount was introduced in August 2008. It has been a big hit providing more eye-relief variances and more scoping options. The functional surfaces of the picatinny rail portion on the Bassett Picatinny Rail M14/M1A Mount conform to Department of Defense (DOD) MIL-STD-1913 (AR) drawings and tolerances.
Won't shoot loose
Easy installation and removal
Returns to zero on reinstall within a ½-minute of angle at 100 yards
Durable, Rugged
Scope rings:
Anything that will fit Weaver, mil-standard 1913 or STANAG
Allows clearance for case ejection
Iron sights may still be usable while mounted with the High Picatinny Rail only. The Low Picatinny Rail Mount does not allow use of the iron sights.
Bolt only requires 22 inch-pounds of torque for best performance.
Testing by the AMU at Fort Hood, Texas, in 1980, determined 22 inch-pounds sufficient to hold the mount with no shifting and yet not distort the rifle or compromise accuracy.
To achieve 22 inch-pounds, use the included Torque ToolTM and recommended installation method. It is that simple, quick and easier to repeat achieving consistency so that the rifle returns to zero.
The weight of the rifle is enough to tighten the bolt and hold to zero. It will return to zero if you apply the same technique each time you install it. Most people have trouble wrapping their head around the concept that one bolt is enough, and that 22 inch-pounds is enough, or that loctite is not needed on the bolt. It is enough. However, if you would like to test our findings, we do sell individual attachment bolts for $10 each, plus shipping & handling.

CONDITION: USED. LIKE NEW. Purchased and mounted on M1A, but ended up selling it. Safe Queen.

PAYMENT: I will accept Check, Cashiers Check, Money Order, or Credit Card/Paypal (add 3.5%). I apologize for the CC fees. This is exactly what I am charged as a convenience fee.

Please do not hesitate to email any questions!

SHIPPING: Shipping will be $10.00 USD.

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