Nightforce X-Treme Duty - Ultralite Rings 34mm - 4 Screw Design
Nightforce Ultralite rings are crafted with precision to fit Mil-Std. 1913 scope bases, ensuring perfect alignment and accuracy. These rings are designed and manufactured in-house to meet exacting standards and are made entirely of steel or 7075-T6 aluminum, with beta series titanium crossbolts and jaws. Every pair of Nightforce rings undergoes micro-radiusing and honing to guarantee a seamless fit for 30mm scope tubes and protect your scope from any potential damage.
|34mm - 4 screw pattern|
|117-NF-A223||XTRM - Ring Set - 1.0" Medium - 34mm - Ultralite™, 4 screw|
|117-NF-A224||XTRM - Ring Set - 1.125" High - 34mm - Ultralite™, 4 screw|
|117-NF-A226||XTRM - Ring Set - 1.375" X-High - 34mm - Ultralite™, 4 screw|
|117-NF-A227||XTRM - Ring Set - 1.5" XX-High - 34mm - Ultralite™, 4 screw|
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Soild and perfect fit.
You can opt for cheaper rings from brands like Talley, Weaver, Burris, Leupold, but that's exactly what you're getting - cheaper rings. If you're using a lightweight scope under 18 ounces, these rings might work reasonably well. However, when you move to a high-quality scope weighing 30 ounces or more, those cheap rings won't be able to hold the scope in place. You might find various hacks online to make them hold better, such as applying silicon or friction tape, but these methods can attract moisture and mold, which can cause the rings to bend, stretch, or become loose. If the rings were of the right size and made of sturdy material, these hacks wouldn't be necessary in the first place. A 30-ounce or heavier scope has enough mass that it wants to remain in place under recoil, which can cause it to shift forward after several shots. That's why you need robust rings like the Nightforce rings, which are made to the exact size and specification. Nightforce rings are not made of the same aluminum as the cheap rings, which makes all the difference. With cheap scopes and cheap rings, you might get away with stuffing things under the rings, but with Nightforce scopes and Nightforce rings, the fit is so perfect that there's no slippage. Simply make sure the surfaces are clean and dry, tighten the rings to 25 inch-pounds, and you're done. Any tighter tightening won't help, as the rings are already made to the exact specification. And if you spent $2,400 or more on a scope, what's a few hundred dollars for the rings? Also, don't forget the base - a $50 base isn't made of the same quality aluminum as Nightforce bases, which can cost double. But when you have a Nightforce scope, rings, and base on your rifle, bedded and free-floated, with a stiff barrel, once zeroed, it will remain zeroed year after year, even when riding on a 4-wheeler for miles and miles, not just during hunting season but several times a week all year long. In conclusion, if you're putting these Nightforce rings on a high-quality scope built to proper specifications and a good quality base, you'll be extremely satisfied with the results.
Perfect 34mm scope Rings
These Nightforce rings are ideal for mounting my ATACR scope. I was able to install my scope effortlessly and tighten everything to the specified specifications. I didn't have to lap the rings, as per Nightforce's instructions. The height of the rings is sufficient, keeping the objective lens close to the barrel, but not too close, leaving enough space for the flip-up caps at both ends. Just be cautious when tightening the hex screws on the rings as they are somewhat delicate and I experienced one starting to strip out because I didn't have the hex wrench set properly. In conclusion, I'm happy with the rings. I could have gone for a cheaper option, but after investing in the ATACR F1, I felt that these rings were a practical and smart choice to complement my scope. I'm confident I made the right decision.
ONE OF THE BEST SET OF RINGS ON THE MARKET
It's challenging, if not impossible, to find better rings for the price. The Nightforce rings are lightweight and precisely machined to securely hold the scope. I think they're made from billet aluminum. I highly recommend these rings.
Solid and consistent scope rings
I've utilized FIVE sets of Nightforce Ultralites on two DEFIANCE actions and three Remington 700 actions. I've used scopes from Nightforce with 30mm and 34mm tubes, as well as 30mm tube Sightron III's. I've experienced no problems with the rings becoming loose, even though I've used heavy scopes. This is just another example of Nightforce's exceptional quality.
Best Scope Rings I have
Over the years, I have used and installed over a hundred sets of rings on scopes, and Nightforce scope rings is the best by far, and the only ones I will buy. Some of the other brands of rings you have to line up and lap so they will work right. Nightforce you do not have to lap, other brands you need to put tape in the rings to keep the scope from sliding from the rifle recoil, not with the Nightforce rings they hold and never slip.
Nightforce rings 34mm
Nightforce has always made quality optics. Combined with their steel bases, I can't think of a better optical mounting system. I always thought I needed a steel ring, but these aluminum rings have never let me down.
Nightforce Ultralite 34mm Scope Ring
These Nightforce rings are fantastic. No need to worry about coming loose when torqued correctly. They are light! I highly recommend it. I got the four-bolt caps, and they are super strong. These are going on my 6.5 Creedmoor. I have another set on my AR10 and no signs of any concerns.
Rock Solid 34mm Scope Rings
Nightforce quality is evident in these rings. Despite being very solid, they are lightweight. No issues with mounting, and I don't expect any slippage even with the larger calibers. If there is a negative, it has to be that top quality doesn't come cheap. You can buy more inexpensive rings, but with the cost of the optics, is it worth it? Spend a little more for peace of mind
Soild and perfect fiting scope rings
You can buy the Cheaper Rings, Talley, Weaver, Burris, Leupold, etc... And that is what you are buying... If you use a cheap, lightweight scope, under 18oz, they work reasonably well. But when you move to a High-quality scope, weighing in at 30oz and up, those cheap rings will not hold the Scope in place. Oh, you can find on the "Net," lots of ways to make them stick better... Like put some Silicon on the rings (Causing it to draw in moisture and then grow Mold) or Friction tape (again drawing in moisture and Mold. Mold will expand and bend the rings and or stretch the screws causing them to become loose.) If the rings were the correct size and made secure, you could not get tape inside them, to begin with. But with cheap flimsy rings that will bend to fit when you put tape and Silicon in the rings, well, there you go, cheap weak rings for cheap scopes and you wonder why every year you have to re-zero! A 30oz plus Scope has enough mass, under recoil, it wants to remain where it is, so it works its way forward after several shots. Thus you need a robust set of rings like these, and they must be made precisely to the proper size. Nightforce Rings are not made of the same aluminum as the cheap rings for starters. Yes, it makes all the difference. Again with cheap scopes, cheap rings work since neither is made very close to proper fit, so stuffing things under the rings might make sense. But with Nightforce Scopes, Nightforce rings, they mate up so well, there is no slippage. Make sure the Surfaces are clean and dry. Tighten to specs: 25 inch-pounds and you're done. Tightening the rings any tighter will not help. Since they are made exactly to spec, they fit perfectly. They will hold their heaviest scopes in place, even those weights about 43ozs when installed. Also, if you paid $2,400+ for a Scope, what is a few hundred for the Rings? By the way, do not forget the Base. A $50 Base is not made of the same quality Aluminum as Nightforce bases are either. Thus Nightforce bases cost double. Now assuming you put a Nightforce Scope, rings, and Base on your Rifle, and it is bedded and free Floated, fairly stiff barrel. Once zeroed, it stays zeroed year after year even when those years included riding on a four-wheeler for miles and miles. Not just for hunting season but a few times a week all year long. The Rifle will remain zero. In short, if you are putting these rings on a high-quality scope built to proper specs and a perfect quality base. You will be very pleased...
lightweight scope rings
I have used these scope rings on every competition rifle scope I own. Light yet very strong. Just make sure you order the correct diameter and height. These rings will go on an f-class rifle with a March High Master Scope. 34 mm tube. Maybe it could get by with the one size lower, but for me. Steve