Author Topic: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.  (Read 29950 times)

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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #30 on: July 14, 2009, 11:41:33 PM »
GREAT article!  

This time around I think I'm just gonna take everything to BassPro.  $20 bucks, and he did have the torque screw driver there, didnt stay to watch him use it, but it was on his table, along with the two pointy metal pieces in the article I dont have.


The alignment tools will eliminate the need for most lapping of the rings.
By the way BM, I know that Smurf song was queer but I hadn't worked up balls enough to post this one
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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #31 on: July 15, 2009, 08:56:37 AM »
I was going to post that but I didn't want BM to think I was hitting on him.  ;D
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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #32 on: July 15, 2009, 07:21:03 PM »
I've never had the benefit of the alighnment tool.  I use a solid piece of S.S. bar stock 12"X1", wrap it with 180 grit, tighten down the rings enough to give resistance when I turn the bar, lap for about 1 minute (its mostly by feel), take the rings apart and usually find I've removed about 30%-40% of the paint inside the rings, and in area's where the paint is still remaining it will show wear from the lapping.  That is my guide to know when to quit.  When you can see the whole inside surface will be touching the scope tube.

But again, for $20 bucks I dont have to worry about causing cant as I tighten down the rings, dont have lap rings at all, boresight, proper torque on the screws, any of it.  I just mount the rings on the base where I want them, show them where I want the scope placed in the rings, and BassPro takes care of the rest while I take my kid to look at the giant fish tank.  Just might be the ticket!  ;D
 
As far as Smurf's...  I've seen a video of Azriel and Gargamel that would perminately warp the mind of every child in the world who saw it.  NO, I dont know what the link to it is. ;D




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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #33 on: July 15, 2009, 10:37:37 PM »

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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #34 on: July 15, 2009, 10:45:35 PM »
I've never had the benefit of the alighnment tool.  I use a solid piece of S.S. bar stock 12"X1", wrap it with 180 grit, tighten down the rings enough to give resistance when I turn the bar, lap for about 1 minute (its mostly by feel), take the rings apart and usually find I've removed about 30%-40% of the paint inside the rings, and in area's where the paint is still remaining it will show wear from the lapping.  That is my guide to know when to quit.  When you can see the whole inside surface will be touching the scope tube.

But again, for $20 bucks I dont have to worry about causing cant as I tighten down the rings, dont have lap rings at all, boresight, proper torque on the screws, any of it.  I just mount the rings on the base where I want them, show them where I want the scope placed in the rings, and BassPro takes care of the rest while I take my kid to look at the giant fish tank.  Just might be the ticket!  ;D
 
As far as Smurf's...  I've seen a video of Azriel and Gargamel that would perminately warp the mind of every child in the world who saw it.  NO, I dont know what the link to it is. ;D




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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #35 on: July 16, 2009, 10:50:52 PM »
Kid, I cant help it, the dog makes me laugh a little everytime I see him. ;D  I'd say he's the OFFICIAL #1 fan of Pink Panther! ;D

Aside from M'ette, NONE of us wants to see The Great Humungus having that good of a time. ;D

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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #36 on: July 16, 2009, 11:38:53 PM »
What in the hell is up with your avatar Badgersmilk??? A dog screwing the Pink Panther? You are one sick puppy but that is hilarious, yet quite crude.

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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #37 on: July 17, 2009, 01:03:42 PM »
Too bad you can't add music to an avatar.
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Re: Savage 110 FCP-K .300 Win. Mag.
« Reply #38 on: July 18, 2009, 01:39:31 PM »
One thing I would add to anyone who wants, or needs to lap scope rings. It is only necessary to lap the bottom half of the rings that are mounted to the rifle. The top half of the rings are self centering, and will conform to what sits in them. Any and all misalignment will be conducive to the bottom half of the rings only.  Bill T.

 

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