- Jun 2, 2020
The NF NX8 4-32 has 90 MOA of elevation. Divide by two is 45 MOA. So, am I correct in thinking that a 40 MOA rail will theoretically keep my 100 yard zero near the very bottom of the scope's available adjustment? I've heard occasional reports that NF has a small bit more adjustment than advertised, and also that going from a zero MOA rail to a 40 MOA rail does not actually add 40 MOA to your adjustment. If both of those happen to be true, would a 50, or even a 60 MOA rail be better? I want to squeeze every bit of adjustment I can for my 338 Lapua. I'm new to the Hide, so please let me know if this post is in the wrong place.