Originally Posted by MudRunner2005
Sorry I call bullcrap...It is impossible. He would never get solid contact. 2 items of different heights with flat tops on a single plane will never match up properly and flat with a straight line connecting them.
Why do you think they make raised and angled bases instead of people just using 2 different height rings.....
I guess I should have been clearer about the type of rings! Ruger Manufacturing!
This is from Shopruger.com
Ruger Scope Rings are packaged and sold individually. All available scope ring sizes for this firearm are shown in the table below, all shown in a finish designed to match this firearm. Once you select a ring size, you will have the opportunity to choose another finish if you desire. Please review the table carefully to ensure you are ordering the correct size ring.
Step 2: Select the Scope Ring Size.
Scope Tube Diameter Scope Objective Diameter Scope Height Front Scope Ring Rear Scope Ring
1 Inch 32MM Low 3B 4B
1 Inch 42MM Medium 4B 5B
1 Inch 52MM High 5B 6B
30MM 42MM 30MM Medium 4B30 5B30
30Mm 52MM 30MM High 5B30 6B30
1 Inch Offset. 42MM Offset Medium 4BO* 5B
Key: 3-Low Ring, 4-Medium Ring, 5-High Ring, 6-Extra High Ring.
Red Type: Indicates Rings shipped with firearm at original purchase.
* Indicates Offset Rings which feature one or two rings (single, double) that are offset to the rear by 1/2" to allow rearward positioning of the scope.
If you have questions about scope rings for your rifle or revolver, contact the New Hampshire Customer Service Department at 603-865-2442. For questions about pistol or PC carbine rifle scope rings, contact the Arizona Customer Service Department at 928-778-6555. You can also click here to download the Ruger Scope Ring Charts which may help answer your questions as well.