UTG 1"/2PCs High Profile Max Strength Picatinny Rings
• 4-screw High Profile "tiger" Ring
• Machined from Aircraft Aluminum Alloy with Heavy Duty Steel Locking Plate for Maximum Strength Holding Zero
• Twist Lock Design for Quick and User Friendly Easy Installation
• Light Weight With See-through Tunnel and Slot Cut on Ring Top
• High Quality Synthetic Protective Tape on Rings' Inner surface to protect your Equipment
• Optimized Dimensions for Best Fit on All Picatinny/Weaver Rails
• Strong Recoil Stop Cross Bolt for Optimized Fit and Zero
How to Choose Scope Rings:
Choosing the right scope rings for your rifle can be a crucial decision that affects the accuracy and performance of your shooting. Here are some key factors to consider when selecting scope rings:
Mounting System: The first step is to determine the type of mounting system you need, whether it is a Picatinny, Weaver or a proprietary system. Make sure the scope rings you choose are compatible with the type of mounting system you have.
Ring Height: Once you have determined the mounting system, the next step is to choose the right ring height. The ring height is the distance from the center of the scope to the center of the rifle's bore. To determine the correct height, measure the scope's objective lens and add the height of the mounting system
Ring Diameter: The ring diameter should match the diameter of your scope's main tube. Most scopes have a 1-inch or 30mm main tube.
Durability: Look for scope rings made from high-quality materials that are built to last. Some popular materials include aircraft-grade aluminum, steel and titanium.
Clamping Method: There are two types of clamping methods - vertical and horizontal. Vertical clamping is stronger, but horizontal clamping is easier to install and remove. Choose the method that is right for your needs.
Locking Mechanism: The locking mechanism should be secure and easy to operate. Make sure the locking mechanism is tight and secure, so that the scope stays in place during shooting.
Budget: The cost of scope rings can vary widely, so it's important to set a budget before you start shopping. Keep in mind that high-quality rings may cost more, but they will provide better accuracy and performance.
In conclusion, choosing the right scope rings for your rifle requires careful consideration of the mounting system, ring height, ring diameter, durability, clamping method, locking mechanism, and budget. By considering these factors, you can ensure that your scope rings provide the stability, accuracy, and performance you need for successful shooting.