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Mounted these on a FNAR with a Vortex Viper PST 4-16x50. I really like these rings. Solid build and they have a tight fit on the rail because the ring...
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Great Mount Fit, Finish is Lackluster

by Paradox, from United States, AR Written on February 17, 2015
The mounting fit of these rings are absolutely amazing. Such a strong and balanced hold to any scope, and firm attachment to the specified rail system. The rings come as a "matched pair" and are sealed individually in a package inside of a small box with a large "Made in the U.S.A." Flag Logo. I am very impressed with the quality of this product. The only cons I could mentions are that the finish could be a little cleaner. There were cery small surface scratches on each ring, and for a brand new high quality (read: expensive) product, I expect no blemishes. I conferred with others and found that this presentation was standard. I did have an issue with one of the screws not threading as well as it should and have been working with Vortex customer care to address the issue....
Pros:
  • Matched set
  • Precision Fit
  • Sturdy, Heavy Duty
Cons:
  • Heavy
  • Finish
Best Used for:
  • Large Caliber Rifles
Would recommend: Yes
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With these rings I thee wed.

by Johnny, from United States, SC Written on January 11, 2015
Rifle: Savage 10T .308 Winchester
Scope: Vortex Viper PST 4-16x50 FFP EBR-1 MRAD Retical
Rings: Vortex Precision Matched
Ammo: Federal Premium .308 with 168 grain Sierra Match King

Scope comes with the reticle factory centered, turrets are at "0" and "0".
Mounted the scope, torqued rings to spec per instructions that came with them.
Did not bore sight rifle.
Set up target at 100 yards and fired 3 shots.
Windage was dead on.
Elevation was 2 inches high.

Easiest scope zero session I have ever had.
Scope and rifle and ammo had alot to do with this, But could of never happened with cheap rings....
Pros:
  • well made
  • Comes with torque specs
  • Matched set
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • Holding a scope on top of your rifle.
Would recommend: Yes
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Solid and priced right.

by ChrisK, from United States, WA Written on December 23, 2014
I'm using these on a suppressed 44 Magnum and they are definitely solid. They are holding their zero, no issues so far. This gun is low recoil and I'm shooting short distances so I really can't speak on how they would do on a different setup. These are not "precision" rings, but do a decent job on the right setup....
Would recommend: Yes
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Good rings for the price

by Reloader7, from United States, VA Written on December 19, 2014
I bought these optic rings to mount a PFi 300AAC optic on my Remington 700 300AAC. I do not plan to be shooting long distances with this rifle as I expect most of my shooting to be suppressed subsonic. I bought the low rings to reduce the profile and height of the weapon for use with hunting. The rings hold the optic very low. If the optic had an objective lens larger than 30mm it might not fit without a riser. With the optic zoomed to it's lowest setting (1.25x) my 7inch suppressor fills at least the bottom 1/3 of the optic. Had I purchased the mid-height scope rings, there wouldn't be much of an issue I think. The scope rings are relatively light and were received with a good fit and finish. Using a good torque wrench I followed the included instructions and set the optic and rings up in very little time. Leveling the optic recticle was something of a pain, but that usually is in my opinion. The mating between the bottom of the rings could have been a little better with my picitanny rail. I can't ding the rings since I haven't measure the exact width of my rail. Once it was properly torqued the slight feel of rocking/unleveled between the ring and rail went away. I would recommend these rings for someone wanting a decent set of rings for short to mid range shooting. If I was mounting the optic on a precision rifle, I'd buy precision rings....
Pros:
  • Priced well.
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • Short Range to Mid range
  • Low-profile
Would recommend: Yes
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Great ring

by Deer hunter, from United States, OH Written on November 18, 2014
Nice and light. Very precisely made. Easy too install and take off. Bore I'd is very close tolerance. Should be on target for windage with scope on zero out of the box. I don't like how lower quality rings make one use up windage adjustment. In other words one has a lot of adjustment one way and not the other....
Pros:
  • None
Cons:
  • nothing
Would recommend: Yes
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Vortex precision scope rings

by Crashermike, from United States, CA Written on November 14, 2014
These rings are made of high quality alominum. Very precise and are a matched set. Excellent fit with my Vortex Viper scope. Easy to install. Provides a rock solid platform for the scope. Make sure you select the correct height for your scope....
Best Used for:
  • vortex Viper scopes
Would recommend: Yes
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Vortex scope rings

by Andrew Rhoades, from United States, MN Written on October 24, 2014
I used the Vortex precision matched high scope rings to mount my Vortex Viper PST6 scope to my Remington 700 26 inch heavy barrel rifle. It fits perfectly and I experienced no problems. I would recommend these rings to others....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Rings, Does exactly what rings are supposed to do... They hold the scope on.

by Tony Dee, from United States, ID Written on October 13, 2014
These rings do exactly what they are supposed to do, specifically they:
A) Attach to the rail
B) Bolts- They work. When you use your tool to turn them, they actually turn and tighten down like screws
C) Size- They said 30mm. I put a 30mm scope in the rings. It fit.
D) Purpose- Once I tigtened the top ring down using the bolts, which actually screwed in like they were supposed to, the scope was mounted solid.

The above prove that these pieces of metal actually work as scope rings. They hold a scope in place solidly. They work...
Pros:
  • metal
  • Bolts Work
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • Holding a scope on top of your rifle
Would recommend: Yes
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Great rings!

by YLowe, from United States, VA Written on September 20, 2014
The only scopes I buy now are Vortex. I figured that I might as well use rings made for my scopes. These rings are great. They are made with very thick metal, very heavy. The screws are very high quality, not the little weak ones that snap or strip. You can really crank these down without worrying about something breaking. Solid as a rock....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Rings but

by cg, from United States, AZ Written on September 10, 2014
I think it is more prudent after purchasing them to go to the single nut clamping system as you can break the scress easily. They are well built and great rings. The torque specifications are 15-18 pounds which seems light for most applications. Not easy to move from one gun to another. Recommend the same mounts with the single nut. They stand for their products and are fixing my rings under warranty. great Company and tremnduous vale for the money....
Would recommend: Yes
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