EGW Browning A-Bolt Picatinny Rail - Long Action
DescriptionMachined From: Domestic 6061 T6 Extruded Aluminum
Finish: Matte Black Only
Mounting Hardware: Hex Head Screws and Wrench Provided
Center Spread: 3.86"
Overall Length: 7.064"
This Evolution Gun Works - EGW mount comes standard with a bevel on both sides making it ambidextrous. Please check your screw diameter. Regular Browning A-Bolts come with #6 screws. Browning AB3s come with #8 screws. This product is designed for the standard A-Bolt, not the AB3. We do offer a mount for the AB3. The part number for that is 43400 for a 0 MOA and 43402 for a 20 MOA.
*The center spread is the distance between the two middle holes, center to center, on your receiver.
**We do not currently offer a Browning A-Bolt that will work for the Mountain Titanium in .300WSM.
All action lengths are available in 0 or 20 MOA. Please see our FAQ page for further information on MOA.
Picatinny cross slots run the full length of the rail, which gives the shooter flexibility when mounting scope rings and other accessories. The channel in the center reduces the overall mass of the mount, weighing in at 2-3oz on average. Also, in many cases, it will not obstruct usage of factory iron sights. EGW’s one piece scope mounts are the obvious choice for hunters and tactical shooters alike.
This Evolution Gun Works - EGW mount is a Picatinny-style base and compatible with Picatinny or Weaver scope rings.
Add EGW’s Practical or HD Scope Rings to make it a complete overhaul!
We machine these in our shop using one of our USA-made Fadal machining centers. After machining, the mounts are tumbled, sand blasted, and Type II anodized for long lasting durability.
The entire mount and accessories (from the mounting screws and wrench down to the packaging) are made in the USA.
Installation: EGW recommends 20 inch lbs of torque and a drip of blue loctite (loctite is available through our website and is sold separately).
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Browning a-bolt Picatinny rail scope mount
This was purchased to give a more excellent range of scope mounting options for a Browning A-Bolt 30-06 rifle. Specifically, to be able to move the scope back farther. The rail did just that. It allowed the scope to be mounted back another couple inches (not that much was needed on my setup, but the option was there). The mount seems very solid and well built. The screw holes lined up perfectly with the factory taps on the receiver. One slight adjustment we did make: Once we had the scope back far enough, the front of the rail mount was in contact with the scope. I don't fault the mount for this, as it is unavoidable. The situation was quickly corrected by grinding down part of the front of the mount that was contacting the scope. A metal file would also work; it just takes longer. Higher rings would also fix the problem, although grinding off part of the mount is usually better since its not a good idea to use more top rings than needed (as I recently witnessed repeatedly at a recent rifle sight-in clinic).
Picatinny rail for Browning A bolt
This rail give just enough tip to the scope for having elevation scope caps made for long-range shooting of my Browning A-bolt 270 win. If you use scope rings that are medium or high rings this rail will help to replace the up and down elevation you lose by having a higher then standard rings.
Browning A bolt Picatinny rail
Looks good on the gun. Fits the A-bolt perfectly. With this mount, I was able to move the scope back closer to me, which allowed a more comfortable shot. I recommend this mount if you are having trouble with the scope being too far.
Browning A-bolt Picatinny rail scope mount
Fits the A-bolt perfectly and looks good with this mount, I was able to move the scope back closer to me, which allowed a more comfortable shot. I suggest this mount if you are looking for more eye relief.
Fits as expected
Looks good on My Browning, fits the A-bolt perfectly. With this mount, I was able to move the scope back closer to me, which allowed a more comfortable shot. I suggest this mount if you are having trouble with the scope being too far.