Light Weight 1 inch Rings Picatinny

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by dig, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. dig

    dig Well-Known Member

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    Looking for some super light 1 inch rings for a super light weight build. Purchased a Dead Nutz 20 MOA but thinking I want the versatality of a Picatinny to switch optics. The Tally Aluminum Picatinny looks like the ticket, very light, now just need solid but light weight 1 inch rings and yes ounces matter. Those of you that have ever hiked a sheep or goat hunt know! Using a Leupy 4.5x 14x40 mil dot so already giving up to much weight on scope but need something that will step out comfortable to 600.
     
  2. sp6x6

    sp6x6 Well-Known Member

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    I have mark 4 alum. but 30mm, think they were 4oz..I like Seekins w/out the big nut, better in scabbard. Nightforce has ultralight alum. titanium bar jaw, in there test they say they are stronger than steel, most are a hardened alloy. NF are 7075-T6 hardend
     

  3. 700man

    700man Well-Known Member

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    I run the Leupold Mark 4, 1" rings alum rings, and Seekins picatinny base . I enjoy being able to switch my scopes around.I do not switch that much, but it is a nice option.