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Warne 1in Permanently Attached Low Rings Product Info
Warne 1in PA Low Riflescope Rings are stylized, lappable and engravable. Maxima series mounting scope rings by Warne Scope Mounts are designed to mount on Weaver style and picatinny bases. The finish uses a powder coating process that is used by Zeiss and Nikon on their scopes. The rectangular stainless steel recoil key is unique and has proven reliable under recoil.
I have these mounts on my Savage FV-SR with a Nikon 3 x9 Scope and they are excellent. Easy to install and rock solid.
Most highly recommended.
Pros: Well made and finished. Torque screws work well and wrench is provided.
These are easy to use, seem to be well made, and made in the USA. I have them on several rifles, some kickers, haven't had to re-adjust or re-tighten any of them. If I need rings again, I'll buy these.
Warne rings are machined to near perfect concentricity. I have been very happy with these rings. They are one of the few rifle rings that I am able to use without lapping and still have a solid fit. They work well on both shotguns and center fire ...
Most Recent Review
March 26, 2014
Used these on a Ruger 10/22. Probably over kill, but I really like the look. Very well made. Vertical rings do not shift/twist scope when tightened.
Cons: Little harder to mount