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Old 08-19-2008, 08:48 AM
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Best Quick Detatch Rings?

Who makes the best version of a 1" quick detach scope rings? Strength is paramount with returning to zero also important.

I have Warne 1 piece bases on the two rifles this scope would be used on, one is fairly light in recoil but the other is pretty heavy.
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Old 08-19-2008, 09:56 AM
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Re: Best Quick Detatch Rings?

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Who makes the best version of a 1" quick detach scope rings? Strength is paramount with returning to zero also important.

I have Warne 1 piece bases on the two rifles this scope would be used on, one is fairly light in recoil but the other is pretty heavy.
I have these in stock for $59 shipped and they are pretty damm tough!!!

QD 1" Steel Ring

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Old 08-19-2008, 06:37 PM
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Re: Best Quick Detatch Rings?

Quick detachable, staying in zero, and the best, do these terms belong in the same paragraph together?
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Re: Best Quick Detatch Rings?

Is there anything wrong with any of them?

Do you expect to shoot a half inch rifle, one shot at a time, removing and replacing the scope between shots without enlarging the group? That might be tough to achieve.

I've had no trouble with Leupold's QR system. My expectations are modest but, so far, it has been perfect. About 10 years on a 30-06.
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:11 PM
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Re: Best Quick Detatch Rings?

No, I certainly don't expect perfection from quick detach rings. If they are close enough to get me back on paper and don't move around while they are attached thats all I am after.
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:26 PM
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Re: Best Quick Detatch Rings?

I'm looking for the same, contacted leupold tech support. they said the docs say 1/2 MOA but he said actual testing on the QR rings was much better. They put 1/2 MOA to cover themselves. I'm going to go with the QRs.
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I have these in stock for $59 shipped and they are pretty damm tough!!!

QD 1" Steel Ring

Scott
Tried your web site, it failed, would you check it please, I also sent you an email.
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