Ring recommendations

ScooterZ

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Curious what your inputs are for what scope rings to go with. Am mounting a 6-24x50 Riton on a Leupold 1 piece 20 MOA base. I've always been a fan of the Warne rings as well as the Leupold, but would love you hear your input. Experience is always appreciated and mine is limited
 

gebhardt02

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I've always been a fan of Seekins rings. Can't go wrong with any of the others mentioned above though either.

MasterPiece Arms, Spuhr, and Really Right Stuff are all top notch if you want the one piece option.
 

Sieg

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I've had zero issues with the 4 sets of Warne rings I currently use and they don't leave a mounting trace on the scope tube.
 

mmlook

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don't forget MDT

their elite rings have some awesome features for the price
- Matched set
- Rear bubble level
- 6 bolts per ring for securement

I have 2 sets of them

 
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Kadams1563

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Oh i thought you meant death rings.

Scope rings seeking/vortex. Can’t go wrong and they are well priced.
 
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IronmanDaremo

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I got the Vortex precision extended cantilever mount to go onto my new RPR at the recommendation of the guys at Vortex for the scope I bought (Razor HD first gen). The rifle already has a canted 20MOA rail, so didn't want to get a canted mount as well.

Picking up the rifle today, so haven't mounted anything yet. (Still a newb to all this).
 

Bugzlife19

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Hawkins precision rings all the way. Some of the best rings I’ve ever used. Has a one piece mount now. Pick rail for mag well and scope bell built in bubble level. There great
 

kthomas

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Lots of great options.

I've personally moved on to the ARC M10 rings for pretty much all my rifles. The best engineered out of them all, IMO.

Easy to install, the clamshell design with one bolt is brilliant. I don't miss having to do the star pattern with rings with 4-6 bolts/screws per ring, and having to start all over when the scope decides to cant slightly during the process.

I use the ARC M10 rings on rifles up to .300NM, and they work great.