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PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2021 12:42 pm 
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Ballistix wrote:
Lol you’re right I guess they are fiddly to fit but it doesn’t bug me too much.

So to continue the thread theme and to expand it a little. I ordered the highest rings available from Warne but they are still around 3mm too short for my application. Looks like I need 20mm ring height. If I do indeed turn to Tier One or similar I would be straying from my steel metal rings obsession. It’s for a .308. Are aluminium rings just as ok to maintain reliable zero and not snap in half these days?

It is a for a target rifle not for dragging around hunting or across mountains on military service.

Cheers for feedback.


Aluminium are just fine matey, Tier 1 rings have a lot of meat on them anyway! They are not cheap but well worth it in my opinion.

For example, when I set up my scope using Hawke rings, every time I fastened the screws on the rings I would not maintain a level (on the bubble level). I didn't have that issue with the Tier 1, they are solid!


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2021 10:00 pm 
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jcampbellsmith wrote:
Sim G wrote:
Curious, why?


I don't have three hands in order to fit them. Secondly, they are very difficult to shim, unlike horizontally split rings.
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Yes, those particular rings can be difficult, however only the 'Maxima' series of rings from Warne are vertically split, they have other 'families' which are more conventional. I just use those instead.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2021 8:57 am 
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Cheers all.

I went for Tier 1 in the end as the Warne rings don’t have enough height for my application. Not cheap as mentioned but seem great and the built in level helps!


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