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WHEELER ENGINEERING 1" SCOPE MOUNTING KIT
This complete kit provides everything necessary to mount virtually any 1-inch scope the correct way. Proper scope installation is critical to the accuracy of your firearm.
Alignment and Lapping of rings ensure maximum surface area contact between scope tube and rings. This not only helps the rings hold the scope more securely but also protects your scope from damage misalignment can cause. The Wheeler Alignment Bars, Lapping Bars and Lapping Compound allow you to achieve the perfect fit between scope and rings.
Reticle Leveling is also a key component to the accuracy of your set up. Crosshairs that are not properly leveled will result in errors in left/right windage especially at longer distances. Misalignment can also compromise true linear movement from turret adjustments. The Wheeler Level-Level-Level makes it quick and easy to get the reticle perfectly aligned with your gun.
Securing Fasteners properly is critical to accuracy as well. Precisely controlled torque along with thread locking compound will keep your scope held securely in place. Professional grade bits and the F.A.T. Wrench are the perfect combination to properly secure fasteners without deformation.
Complete list of components:
- F.A.T. Wrench torque screwdriver
- 10 Gunsmithing Screwdriver Bits
- 1″ Scope Ring Lapping Bar
- 1″ Scope Ring Alignment Bars
- Lapping Bar Handle
- Lapping Compound
- Thread Lock
Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
ABSOLUTELY worth the money!
By John A.
on Sep 03, 2018
For nearly 40 years, I have mounted scopes without worrying about lapping the rings or using any aids in leveling the scopes. I get decent accuracy out of my rifles. This time, I got a rifle I dreamed about for decades, a beautifully sporterized Mauser 98 in 7x57 with Fajen Mannlicher stock, and I wanted to do everything I could to get it right. A buddy used one of these and swears by it, so I tried one. WOW. The first several strokes inside the rings showed just how minuscule the actual contact with the scope tube was. I lapped the heck out of the rings, re-blued the lapped area to deter corrosion, used the leveling tools, and it made me one happy camper. I also use a Bushnell optical collaborator bore sight tool, and having the scope level before bore sighting makes that job a LOT easier. I'm glad I spent the money and I would recommend these tools to anyone who wants to mount their own scope and do a good job of it.
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