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Typical screw length for front and rear of standard bases, Remington 700??

I have the screw that came out but I am not certain they were the correct length.


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IIRC, the front and rear screws are different lengths. If a screw binds the bolt, it’s in the wrong hole.


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The rear are the short screws.

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Originally Posted by plainsman456
The rear are the short screws.

I am wanting the length on what I am needing.

Not sure that the ones that came from the base that I have are correct.

Also they are Allen heads combined with slotted heads. I want to upgrade to Torx.


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Originally Posted by plainsman456
The rear are the short screws.


Nice guess...but WRONG.


Another...guess?


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