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#6388650 - 07/30/16 07:17 PM picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH
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Thinking of replacing a two piece mount on a Rem 700 LA LH rifle with a Picatinny rail. Does it matter that the action is Left handed? I see many examples that do not have cuts for ejection on either side, and a few that do. My main objective is to allow proper positioning of the scope rings on a LA without hitting the turrets or objective bell. Thanks for any help!
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#6388738 - 07/30/16 08:34 PM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Depends on brand of pic rail. EGW, it doesn't matter LH or RH.
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#6389083 - 07/31/16 09:00 AM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Is the EGW a good choice because it doesn't have a recoil lug?
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#6389128 - 07/31/16 09:48 AM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Not sure what you mean?
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#6389158 - 07/31/16 10:21 AM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Some people out a small lip on the rear side of the front part and call it a recoil lug. I am a fan of the latue bases. But that's just me

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#6389174 - 07/31/16 10:42 AM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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I'm trying to understand why EGW is a good choice for this application. I appreciate all the comments, I just like to understand why.
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#6389216 - 07/31/16 11:36 AM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Precision Reflex might make a rail for your application (cut for ejection), they make them in right handed.
I would think most picatinny rails would work....I have used slotted and non slotted and never had a problem with brass ejecting.
A recoil lug is on the bottom of the rifle bbl and fits in the stock. P_102
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#6389295 - 07/31/16 12:58 PM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Originally Posted By: RickC
I'm trying to understand why EGW is a good choice for this application. I appreciate all the comments, I just like to understand why.


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Have fit on the ten rifles I've put them on.
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#6389340 - 07/31/16 01:55 PM Re: picatinny rail for Rem 700 LA LH [Re: RickC]
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Thanks Fireman, good enough for me. Thanks!
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