According to epistemological disjunctivism, in paradigm cases of perceptual knowledge one’s belief can enjoy rational support that is both factive and reflectively accessible. In this chapter we will explore how epistemological disjunctivism understands the distinctively factive notion of epistemic basing that is part of this proposal. In particular, we will see how understanding this basis correctly provides epistemological disjunctivism with the resources to evade some prima facie difficulties that might be posed for it.