UK Precision engineered Picatinny rails
Designed to meet military specifications

Barton GunWorks Precision engineered Picatinny rails, UK designed for owners who wish to achieve the most accuracy from their scope and rifle set-up. Our affordably-priced rail is a true MIL-STD-1913 design, extends the length of the action and features an inclined base.

So what’s different about our rifle rails?

Many picatinny rail designs currently on the market are not tight enough and result in the scope moving which can be highly frustrating when zeroing. It’s like putting a very expensive vase on a wobbly table.

This new design extends the mounting length, allows easier mounting for the perfect eye relief of longer modern scopes as well as night vision equipment and delivers better use of the elevation turret to shoot at longer distances thanks to the inclined base.

Each Barton Gunworks picatinny rail also features an inclined base at 10MOA (except the 455/452, Sako FinnFire2 & Anschutz bases), allowing for better use of elevation with your scope, but not so inclined that stalking scopes or optics with less adjustment can’t still be zeroed at 100 yards.

All our picatinny rails are made in the UK and are available for the following rifles:

AnschutzCZ | HowaRemington | Sako | Savage | Tikka  along with Accessories/ Spares for your rail.


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The details

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Barton GunWorks picatinny rails offer the best combination of maximum support and alignment. As you can see from the profile, your scope rings are supported not only on the uppermost edges but from underneath as well, just as the original specifications intended. The means your scope rings must be aligned to the rail on which they are fitted.
Most of our competitors rails tend to use this type of profile. With this type of design you have minimal support from the upper surfaces of the rail only. This in turn means that your rings are likely to be slightly out of alignment too. Of course, machining this sort of profile is much simpler and cheaper to achieve.

The Rails