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Millett Angle-Loc 22 Rings on sale and available from our online store. OpticsPlanet, Inc is an Authorized US Distributor for Millett Riflescope Mounts, Rings and Bases.
Millett Angle-Loc 22 Rings The Angle-Loc windage adjustable scope mount is the most significant improvement to the traditional Weaver-Style mount in many years. All components are made of heat treated nickel steel for rock solid durability. When compared to others, Millett scope mounts can't be beat.
Millett Angle-Loc 22 Rings is available with the following options:
I first thought these were a great idea, but then I installed them and could not get front and back aligned.
If they are not aligned and you tighten down the scope, chances are you can damage elevation-windage adjustment inside the scope. This is pr...
have had more than 1 .22 where the grooved receiver didn't align with the barrel and my scope didn't have enough adjustment to zero. these quality steel rings are the answer.
Pros: gives windage adjustment
When using these rings, back out the screws RH and LH the same amount. Then tighten them in 1/4 turn increments the same way. If you get sloppy you can mess up the installation, or worse strip out the threads and ruin the rings.
Pros: Very solid. ...