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Unfortunately Horton Archery Crossbow Scope Rings is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet. You can also explore other items in the Riflescope Mounts, Rings & Bases category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

Horton Archery Crossbow Scope Rings Product Info

Horton Archery Crossbow Scope Rings SSALM are incredibly durable, highly effective rings for mounting a scope to your hunting crossbow of choice. Specifically engineered for crossbows, these Horton Archery rings are built with reverse recoil resistance (R3), a patented system that prevents damage to your scope and associated hardware. The Horton Cross Bow Aluminum Mounting Rings also feature an advanced locking system to keep your scopes held securely in the rings. Crafted from CNC-machined aluminum, Horton Archery has built these rings with a non-reflective matte black finish that will never give away your position and will last for a long time. Mount your scopes with confidence using the Horton Archery Matte Black 1" Scope Rings.

Specifications for Horton Aluminum Crossbow Scope Rings:

Color: Matte Black
Material: Aluminum
Tube Diameter: 1"
Rails: Weaver

Features of Horton Archery Weaver-Style Crossbow Scope Rings:

  • Mounting rings for crossbow scopes by Horton Archery
  • Matte Black finish doesn't reflect sun or give away your position
  • Built from durable aluminum
  • Engineered with Reverse Recoil Resistance (R3) to protect hardware from crossbow recoil
  • 1" tube diameter
  • Advanced locking system keeps scopes sighted
  • Fits on all 1" diameter scopes and 7/8" Weaver style bases

Package Contents:

  • Horton Archery Crossbow Scope Rings SSALM

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Horton Archery Aluminum Scope Rings, 1 Pair, 1 Inch, Matte SSALM, MPN: SSALM, UPC: 035213195267, Code: 1M-RR-SSALM

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