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  • Skyline Precision Mount, 34mm Medium


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    The Warne® Skyline™ Precision Mount has been engineered

    from the ground up with the precision rifle shooter/competitor in mind. Machined from 7075 T6 aluminum billet, and featuring 2 integral recoil lugs along with 4 mounting crossbolts, the precision mount easily handles the rigors of competition or hard use environments. The STANAG rail interface allows for more precise mount alignment, and return to zero capability than a traditional Mil Spec 1913 Picatinny interface while still being compatible with all picatinny rails. The Warne Skyline Precision Mount features a wide assortment of accessories that mount directly to 10 different interfaces on the scope rings. Look for Warne’s complete line of Skyline Precision Shooting Accessories at your favorite retailer.

    Accessory placement allows the scope tube to be free and easily moved front to back for precise eye relief and is a much more efficient way to mount accessories.

    Available in 30mm. 34mm and 35mm, Designed and MADE IN USA

    34mm Medium     PN 7821M

    Shooters can add these optional accessories:

    • Precision Mount Level     PN 7852M     MSRP $89.99
    • Data Card Holder           PN 7854M     MSRP $69.99
    • 0° accessory rail            PN 7850M     MSRP $29.99
    • 90° accessory rail          PN 7851M     MSRP $29.99
    • Data Card Refills            PN 7899L      MSRP $14.99

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    Always verify that your firearm is UNLOADED before performing any service on it.  
    1. Loosen 4 cross bolts with a T-20 wrench and install on your picatinny style rail.
    2. Tighten cross bolts snug and follow the recommended pattern for final tightening.
    *Warne® recommends torquing the cross bolts in the order of 2, 3, 1, 4 to 40 in/lb max.*
    1. Remove the 4 cap screws from each top cap with the supplied T-15 wrench and remove the top caps.
    2. Place your scope in the mount and replace the top caps and screws.
    3. Slowly tighten cap screws evenly and leave loose enough to adjust for eye relief.
    4. Level the reticle and tighten the cap screws in a criss cross pattern to 18 in/lb max.