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Old 04-13-2009, 09:49 PM
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Need Help on Scope Rings

Need some assistance choosing rings. 30mm tube (Super Sniper), Weaver bases. Was using Buris XT, but the medium is too high and I am thinking it is a little too wide(I cannot adjust my scope back and forth much for eye relief).

What is a good buy for less than $100 bucks and comes in a low version? I can go with the Burris XT in low, but I want to make sure that I look at all the decent options. Does not have to be a tactical ring, just good quality that can take the miles. Was thinking about Zeiss Victory Permanent Rings but have no experience with them and cannot find specs on the net.

Thanks.

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Old 04-24-2009, 12:38 PM
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Re: Need Help on Scope Rings

Burris Zee Sign. Rings for weaver base. They have inserts that can be adjustable for a 20 moa adjust, in the rings. They are very strong ring. That all I buy now.


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