- Item Weight: 4.6 ounces
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- ASIN: B002DQUVXU
- Item model number: SRTR
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
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TMS AR15 Tactical High Scope Ring Set for Picatinny Rails QD
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- Works with both 30mm and 1inch scopes
- Heavy duty design made of aircraft grade aluminum alloy
- 38mm center height
- Semi QD butterfly wingnut included as accessory
- 4 Torx screws (2 on each side) holding each ring top
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TACTICAL SCOPE RING SET, 30MM/1INCH, SEE-THRU, PICATINNY
This ring set is for the serious shooter that wants the best in strength and ruggedness. This heavy duty tactical scope ring set is made of solid aluminum alloy for military and law enforcement uses.
Fits Picatinny 1913 rails RIS RAS. Does NOT fit Weaver.
Works with 30 mm tube scope or 1inch tube scope using included size inserts.
1 1/2inch (38mm) center height. Good for mounting scopes with up to 65mm (outside diameter)Objectives.
See-thru design allows use of regular iron sights with scope mounted.
Large HEX clamping nut for secure mounting.
Anodized black matte finish.
Replacement butterfly nuts is included for quick and easy finger tightening.
TWO identical rings are included in the set.
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Top Customer Reviews
There are three issues I have with these rings:
(1) The metal is soft. I could easily strip the clamp at the base, the top screws, or the nut by finger tightening with a tool. When I put these rings on, I could sense how easy it would be to totally strip them out. This means that I had to back-off in fully tightening them as much as I would have liked.
(2) The spacers that allow for 30mm or 1-inch optics seem versatile, but introduce more play than I'd like. Once you tighten the rings down, it's not an issue. But the scope really squirms around as you slowly tighten them down.
(3) The scopes come with an Allen wrench that is not properly sized. It's loose and could strip out the head, so use your own Allen wrench instead.
For the price, I'd buy these again. I actually bought two sets and I'll use them for target rifles. If you're reading this and in the military or law enforcement, I wouldn't' trust these rings with my life. Get a set of Millets, for example.
I tried using the Winchester large scope rings ($45.00), Leuopold PRW high scope rings ($50.00), 1/2" risers, 3/4" risers, and they were all either too low or too high for a comfortable check weld.
The interchangeable nut and 1" spacer is a nice bonus. The nut makes it easy to remove quickly without tools, great when you want to switch from scoped rifle to flip-up sights.
Overall, This is a great scope ring. Perfect check weld, extremely durable, quick detach knobs, 30mm or 1" compatible, 4 torx screws per ring (8 total) for added strength and security.
I know there is not a whole lot of information about the company that manufacturers these scope rings, but the product is great! Durable, reliable, perfect.
They clamp well and don't come loose under recoil. They are rugged not flimsy.
These are the correct height for an M4 style rifle which can be hard to find and expensive.
These get the scope up where you can look through it with glasses on.
I've never liked risers they're one more thing to come loose.
These don't look cheap on the gun either.
I have been very pleased with these. I was skeptical seeing that they used a bushing.
Once I received them I found them to be precision made with high quality material.
Nice to get a good value and not another cheap piece of junk.
I have owned a few sets of these rings on different rifles and a friend has a set too. They worked so well that I bought some extras to have around.
I finally used the last set recently. This last set did give me some grief. One of the rings main body was machined about .025 thicker than the other making it two wide for the supplied bushing. Had I been using a 30mm scope it would not have been an issue. But because I was using a 1" scope and needed to use the supplied bushings it became an issue. When I assembled the scope to the rifle the scope was in a bind because the bushing could not seat fully. The result was the rifle would not hold zero when fired.
I did end up wasting some ammo trying to figure out where the problem was coming from. The rifle, the scope, the mounts, were all new to me. It was frustrating and at the present price of ammo it cost me as much as a better set of mounts and then some.
On re inspection of everything, I realized that all the bushings were able to rotate freely in the ring assemblies except for one. These supplied bushings have shoulders on both ends to make them convenient to install. I measured the width of the lower ring half that had the bushing stuck in it. The distance between the shoulders on the bushing was less than the width of the bottom of this one ring section.
After verifying with calipers that the lower ring half was too wide I used a pocket knife to cut a chamfer on each side until I reduced the width of the lower ring to where the bushing rotated freely. That corrected the problem.
The aluminum of the rings is quite soft probably 2024 so cutting .015 chamfer on each side took a couple of minutes and had I cared about the finish I could have touched up the anodize with a sharpie. I use my rifles and none are show pieces. This rifle is a plinker. The shoulder of the bushings covered the chamfers adequately for me.
Theswe rings are made in china after all and are quite inexpensive compared to other options, my bad for not checking each one before installing it.
I remounted the scope and fired a much improved group consistent with the quality of the rifle. I then checked for alignment by firing a few 100 yard groups and then firing a few groups at 25 yrds. The groups were consistent in left/right placement and were also consistent when checked against ballistic chart for rise/drop. Problem solved.
If you receive a set of these rings and the bushings don't rotate freely in them there is a problem if you are going to use the bushings to install a 1" scope.
Either return them or fix the problem before installing your scope.
I pulled 2 stars for having to do quality control for the importer plus the stress on me and cost of the ammunition at the range. In all fairness to the guy selling these I never contacted them for a replacement. It was quicker and easier just to fix the problem once I realized what was wrong.
These aren't the quality of a burris ring. I have owned those too. They also are 1/2 or less the price. I suppose you will have to decide what is more important to you. These have in the past not given me any problems on any of a few guns that I installed them on. However this set did.
Would I buy them again. Probably for a plinker, daily shooter or hunting rifle. Which is what I buy these for. For a high end gun probably not. They do when not defective hold the scope straight and parallel. Which is what rings do. Just the choice of material and quality of machining is lacking compared to rings costing twice to six times as much. No free lunches anywhere I'm afraid. As always you get what you pay for. For the low cost these have been a good value for me except for this last set. After a little work they are fine too.