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    Posted: January/25/2010 at 16:07
I just installed my Burris Timberline 3-9x32 and PEPR 1" mount on my AR today.
 
I was wondering if anyone knew the correct torque for the base nuts and the caps?
 
is there a general rule for scope torque? this is my first optic that doesnt have a lever type base.
 
 
TIA.
 
 
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 Base nuts I am not sure but the rings are 18-20in/lbs.
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Thanks, anyone got any info on the base nuts?

i am still waiting on a return email from burris.
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The base to rail torque is 65 to 100 inch pounds.
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Originally posted by Ron Smith Ron Smith wrote:

The base to rail torque is 65 to 100 inch pounds.
 
Documentation provided with PEPR says 65in/lbs
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