GG&G Rings or Badger Ordance rings? Your opinion please

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I have Ken Farrell making me a 25MOA base for my TRG-42 and have several leupold scopes to top it with but need some opinions. GG&G has a new 30mm Sniper Grade Aluminum Ring set for about $88.00. Here is the link to these rings. http://www.riflescopes.com/products/GGG-1067/gg_g_30mm_sniper_grade_scope_aluminum_rings.htm
Badger ordnance has some bad *** rings here for about $149.95 at this link http://www.riflescopes.com/departments/55/mounts/badger_ordnance.htm?sb=&so=&page=2.

My TRG is a .338 Lapua and I want the best rings at the best price. Please give me your personal preference if you have any experience with either of these ring sets.
 

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