Weaver has been an industry leader in high-performance optics and mounting systems for more than 80 years. The company offers multi-slot base options to include those for the Savage AXIS rifles. They accept all Weaver Top Mount Rings and Picatinny style rings and accommodate mounting scopes, red dots, laser optics, and more. Because of their one-piece, multi-slot design, rings can be moved forward or back for optimal eye relief.
The Weaver multi-slot bases for the Savage AXIS rifles all use 8-40 screws and include a standard 0 MOA model, an extended 0 MOA model, and an extended 20 MOA model.The models for the Savage Axis include a standard 0 MOA multi-slot base with 8-40 screws, a 0 MOA extended multi-slot base with 8-40 screws and a 20 MOA extended multi-slot base with 8-40 screws.
“The latest offerings from Weaver were specifically developed to be compatible with the Savage Axis rifles that feature the new receiver which requires a larger 8-40 screw,” said Monte Koenigs, product manager for Weaver. “These rifles are quite popular and now consumers have even more mounting options including a 20 MOA base that is canted down to allow for more elevation adjustments at extended ranges. Each scope base is made in the USA and makes for a great match for any Savage Axis rifle.”
Weaver Multi-Slot Bases are constructed with tough, lightweight aluminum to withstand the most powerful recoil. They are durably made in the U.S. and have an MSRP of $16.95.
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