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Old 06-08-2013, 7:03 PM
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Default SCOPE RINGS HELP..

Im having some trouble deciding on what scope rings I should get. I have a US Optics 5-25x58 SN-3 T-PAL, and it has the 35MM tube, the base in the Badger Ordnance 1-Piece Maximized 20 MOA. So here is the critera that the rings must meet.

(1) 35mm

(2) Steel

(3) two peice set (not a solid one peice like the Spuhr)

(4) money is NO issue


Just FYI iv been looking at the Valdada-IOR rings ????

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Old 06-08-2013, 7:15 PM
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http://americanrifle.com/store/pc/vi...3&idcategory=2

Seriously, get some ARC rings and don't look back. 2 screw tightening, won't mark your scope, and absolutely solid as a rock, 50 inch pound tightening and they just feel solid. They're not light at all, so if weight isn't an issue I would recommend them in a heartbeat. I have had the mediums, and the xlows and they are both phenomenal. They make 35mm rings and others.



These are my XL's on a 5R with a murphy precision 10moa base. I'd recommend them to ANYONE who needed the highest quality rings made.
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Oh, and you can go to snipershide.com and find out a lot more about them. Their designer and owner posts there and is the reason I picked them. Customer service and warranty is second to none.
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Yeah ARC's are bad ***! That is what I run. Badgers would be my other pick.
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Thanks guys..I like those ARC's
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Old 06-10-2013, 4:40 PM
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Pretty much *anyone* that makes 35mm rings make good quality rings.....

No junk brands even bother making them!

Of course you could get USO rings, Badger, ken farrel I think makes 35's.... maybe TPS makes 35's... that would probably be the cheapest and lowest quality of anyone that makes 35's.... and tps is usually decent stuff.... Not ARC... but arright.
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True story postal. I don't think I've seen or heard of a "cheap" 35mm ring. Typically holding some high dollar glass so they can't be terribly bad.
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look at seekins 35mm rings
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