Adjustable scope base????

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  1. bobinpa

    bobinpa Gold $$ Contributor

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    Can anyone tell me who makes this scope base? Thanks!

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  2. Titan

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  3. sawcarver

    sawcarver Silver $$ Contributor

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    ERA-TEC is correct, I've got one and I am extremely pleased with it. Very solid, adjustments are true. Way better than the cold shot
     
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  4. bobinpa

    bobinpa Gold $$ Contributor

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    Thanks gentlemen.... I appreciate it.
     
  5. IdahoSharpshooter

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    Is there much difference between this one and the Ivey system...?
     
  6. ELR Researcher

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    Yes, other than they way they provide elevation adjustment, the main difference is that EraTac's mount is 0-70 MOA, Ivey's is either 0-175 MOA or 0-50 mil.
     
  7. Vicodan

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    Also, the Ivey is adjustable by click, while the era-tac uses a locked down nut with 10 moa intervals. The ERA is not meant to be adjusted during use.
     
  8. jbone405

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    I am looking at one of these two. I have a good scope, just short on elevation and I want to get out to a mile. Just wondering why you don't like the cold shot?
     
  9. sawcarver

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    The cold shots that I have been around are not very solid and adjustments were not repeatable. A friend of mine even sent his back to cold shot, they said there was an "upgrade" he could have them do, he paid for it got it back and was still very wiggly and not repeatable. Night and day difference between cold shot and Era-Tec
     
  10. Eternal Student

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    I had heard that there were a few problems with accuracy and repeatability?? Are you saying that you don't have that problem? I have been wanting to buy one....
     
  11. sawcarver

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    My ERA-TEC is repeatable and accurate, haven't had any issues with it
     

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