Leupold Standard Two-Piece Savage 10,110 Round Rcvr Matte Black Base Review

Leupold Standard Two-Piece Savage 10,110 Round Rcvr Matte Black Base

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  • Two-piece std base offering maximum accessibility to rifle magazine
  • Machined Steel Construction
  • Bases work with variety of mounts, including long-range std mounts
  • Fits both right- and left-handed actions
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Product Description


The Leupold Steel Standard Bases are the most versatile of any mounting system.
The rear ring is secured by windage adjustment screws, allowing the scope’s internal adjustments to be reserved for precise sight-in.
Additionally, shims can be used for gross elevation adjustment, reserving the scope’s elevation adjustment for bullet drop compensation dial applications.


Leupold offers an unrivaled selection of rings, mounts, and bases.
Yet for every rifle and scope combination, there is one ideal mounting solution.
Your mounting system is the crucial link between your firearm and your optic, and it’s where accuracy and performance start.
For Leupold’s steel mounts, it all begins with red-hot, Strike Forged steel blanks.
This is what it takes to ensure rock-solid repeatable accuracy, shot after shot, year after year.
Leupold mounts are guaranteed to last a lifetime.


STD two-piece bases offer maximum accessibility to the magazine or breech area of your rifle, making them ideal for people with bolt-action rifles. The bases are made of machined steel, with a design that fits both right- and left-handed actions. Reversible bases are also available for many actions. The matte bases work with a variety of Leupold mounts, including long-range STD mounts that provide a 20 MOA slope of built-in elevation–helping compensate for bullet drop at extreme ranges–and low, medium, and high STD rings.

About Leupold
From humble immigrant beginnings, Leupold grew–based on a promise of quality–to become a classic American company. In 1907, Fred Leupold set up a one-man shop at 5th and Oak streets in Portland to repair surveying equipment. He was joined by his brother-in-law, Adam Voelpel, and later by inventor John Cyprian Stevens, and the foundations for a century of success were in place.

During Leupold’s second half-century, the company focused heavily on the sports optics business. Leupold’s presence in the hunting and shooting market expanded with innovative optics and features that are now legendary among hunters, shooters, and outdoors enthusiasts. Many of the industry’s standards–nitrogen waterproofing, the Duplex reticle, and more–were Leupold creations.

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