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Weaver Deluxe Scope Mounting Tool Kit with 1" Lapping Tools 849721

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Now you can easily interchange optics on your firearms with professional-grade tools. This comprehensive kit contains all the components for precision scope mounting and maintenance. A torque wrench ensures you won't over-tighten your optics, while Weaver SureThread adhesive helps prevent the loosening of mounting screws from shock and vibrations generated by recoil. Quality components provide tooling options for all your mounting tasks.

Specifications and Features:
Torque wrench
Common bits
Level system
Lapping bar
1" alignment pins
Lapping compound
Blow molded compartments for secure storage and simple organization
Includes instructional DVD
Contains everything needed for precision scope mounting 

Item#: 3-1024319
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"It got the job done. The alignment pins are handing not only to check if you need to lap your scope rings, but also if you have mount options you can flip your rings around to different positions before lapping to see if you can get them closer to being aligned.The torque wrench seems high quality, they even check the calibration by hand before it goes out, and they include the calibration notes.The black finish on the lap bar did get worn off where it lapped the rings, but I checked the dia. with calipers after lapping and it was within 1/1000th all the way down, so it looks like lapping did not wear the bar down. Hopefully that indicates that the bar is good for a LOT of jobs.My only suggestion for improvement to Weaver would be a longer lap bar. On rings that need a lot of lapping, it takes a long time to get them there with the short stroke of the bar. (My action is a Rem 700, so pretty darn common).Don't pay a gunshop to mount your scope for you, odds are they will NOT lap it, resulting in odd pressures being applied to your scope. Cheers."