Browning A-Bolt I & II Picatinny Rail



Made in America, Talley Manufacturing’s Browning A-Bolt I & II Picatinny Rails are machined entirely from high grade 7000 series alloy and protected with a hard-coat anodizing to 65 Rockwell ensuring the craftsmanship of these Picatinny Rails last the lifetime of your firearm.  The Browning A-Bolt I & II Picatinny Rails are all designed and manufactured with precision to fit your firearm with the industry’s tightest manufacturing tolerances.  Talley’s Browning A-Bolt I & II Pic Rails provide a mounting platform for all optics mounts that have been designed in accordance with the MIL-STD-1913 Pic Rail specifications, to include all Talley Picatinny scope mounts. Whether you are looking for a tactical scope ring,modern sporting ring or our traditional scope ring with a Picatinny mounting system;  Talley has Picatinny Rails for all applications and firearms enthusiast.


  • American Made, Lightweight 7000 series Aluminum Alloy
  • Fully CNC Machined
  • Hard-coat anodizing to 65 Rockwell
  • Designed in accordance with the MIL-STD-1913 Pic Rail specifications
  • Available in long and short action / 0 and 20MOA.
  • Includes mounting screws and wrench. (1/4 6-48 Screws / T-15)
  • Designed to fit Browning A-Bolt I & II  rifles.
  • Click here for all Browning options


Do I have an A-Bolt, A-Bolt II or AB3?

  • Hinged floor plate? An AB3 magazine will drop right out into your hand; the A-Bolt and A-Bolt II will remain attached to the hinged floor plate.
  • Magazine release?  An AB3 magazine release is in front of the trigger guard; the A-Bolt and A-Bolt II is next to the trigger guard.
  • Metal or plastic magazine? An AB3 magazine is commonly a mix of metal and plastic; the A-Bolt and A-Bolt II magazines are typically all metal.
  • Round ejection port or are there flats? The AB3 ejection port is round; the A-Bolt and A-Bolt II ejection port has flats.


NOT SURE IF YOU HAVE A-BOLT I, II OR III CLICK HERE A-Bolt, A-Bolt II or AB3. What’s the Difference?

IMPORTANT NOTE : If your rifle serial number ends in 358, you have an A-Bolt III. If the serial number ends in 351, it is an A-Bolt I or II.  This Pic Rail does not fit Browning A-bolt 3


Browning A-Bolt I & II Picatinny Rail – Product Dimensions and Weights


Action Rear Height1 Hole2 1 ↔ 2 Hole 2 ↔ 3 Hole 3 ↔ 4 Front Height3 Overall Length Weight
Short Action .450″ .860″ 3.116″ .860″ .450″ 6.31″ 2.2oz.
Short Action 20MOA .450″ .860″ 3.116″ .860″ .420″ 6.31″ 2.1oz.
Long Action .450″ .860″ 3.863″ .860″ .450″ 7.05″ 2.4oz.
Long Action 20MOA .450″ .860″ 3.863″ .860″ .417″ 7.05″ 2.3oz.


1 The Rear height is measured at hole 1; from the top of the action to the top of the rail.

2 Hole 1 is closest to the shooter and hole 4 is closest to the muzzle. Hole spacing measured center to center.

3 The Front Height is measured at hole 4; from the top of the action to the top of the rail.


Torque Recommendations?

  • Browning A-Bolt I & II Picatinny Rail to Action: Torque can depend on the receiver. Please check with the rifle manufacturer (Browning) to verify allowable torque into receiver. Always make sure your torque wrench is calibrated, Talley Mfg is not responsible for damage caused to scopes or firearms due to over torquing



  • Although not always necessary, using Loctite for the screws going in the receiver is perfectly fine. We do not recommend using anything stronger than Loctite Blue 242. We do not recommend using Loctite on the ring screws. Always test fit before applying any Loctite.




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