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Torque Settings

#1 Postby MROFD » Wed Oct 03, 2012 12:27 pm

What are the recommended torque settings to use on (Barnard) action screws etc...

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Re: Torque Settings

#2 Postby Woody_rod » Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:03 pm

MROFD wrote:What are the recommended torque settings to use on (Barnard) action screws etc...


Metric or imperial?

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#3 Postby MROFD » Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:36 pm

Either or Rod....

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Re: Torque Settings

#4 Postby IanP » Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:43 pm

MROFD wrote:What are the recommended torque settings to use on (Barnard) action screws etc...


Matt I use 55 in/lb for my Barnard Model Ps mounted on the Barnard V block.
While we are on the subject, Nightforce recommend 60 in/lb for their ring cross bolts and 15 in/lb for the ring cap screws.

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Re: Torque Settings

#5 Postby MROFD » Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:28 pm

IanP wrote:
MROFD wrote:What are the recommended torque settings to use on (Barnard) action screws etc...


Matt I use 55 in/lb for my Barnard Model Ps.
While we are on the subject, Nightforce recommend 60 in/lb for their ring cross bolts and 15 in/lb for the ring cap screws.

Ian

Thanks Ian


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