Burris Xtreme Tactical Rings - 1"
Xtreme Tactical scope rings were built to withstand brutal use from competitors and tactical operators. They are lightweight, have plenty of holding power, and can endure any amount of recoil.
Features & Benefits of the Burris Xtreme Tactical Rings:
- Fits on any Weaver or Picatinny-style mount
- Ideal for tactical use
- Also great for hunting rifles, slug guns, and muzzleloaders
- 1" models are made of aluminum for optimum weight savings
- Optonal Picatinny rail on top of ring allows for attachment of accessories on top of a mounted scope
|420180||1 in.||Low 0.75 in.||Aaluminum|
|420181||1 in.||Medium 1.00 in.||Aaluminum|
|420182||1 in.||Hight 1.25 in.||Aaluminum||420183||1 in.||EXTRA-High 1.60 in.||Aaluminum|
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
My Burris xtreme tactical rings review
These rings are excellent, plus they look awesome! I put them on my Savage 12FV in .22-250, and they hold zero very well. I like how they have a sizeable gripping surface on the scope. The sizing is different than other companies. I usually buy high rings, but after I added a Ken Farrell 1pc base I figured I'd go with the lows. There's about 1/4" clearance between the scope and barrel with the lows and Farrell base.
For the money, you just can't beat these Tactical Rings. I have used the more expensive Tactical Rings and I just can see where the more expensive rings are any better.
burris tactical rings are very good
They are very good looking, strong rings, but there is one problem with them. I bought the medium height like I always have for all of my 40 mm objective scopes and the scope was about one half inch above my barrel on my Remington 700 SPS Varmint. These medium rings are comparable to other high rings. I am exchanging them for the low rings though. They are great rings, but just beware of the height.
Awesome rings. Great value for the money. These rings are extra wide, giving them great contact with the scope for zero movements. I used them on a Remington 700 30-06 with a Millett 1-Piece Picatinny-Style Scope Base for Remington 700 with outstanding results. The low rings with that base allowed plenty of clearance for a 40mm scope and would fit a 50mm fine.
Best Scope Rings for the money
I don't like to mess with stuff that doesn't work, and this works. I had a set of cheap vortex scope rings on a 308 of mine, and they did not do the job. My scope was moving forward, and I could not get the rifle to group. I ordered these Burris Xtreme tactical rings, and the problem is solved. The scope is mounted solid, and they don't look too bad either. I didn't want to go with the big tactical rings, but the function is more important than the finish. I can rely on my scope to hold zero and not worry about the little things anymore. I will be using these from now on. Also, these don't precisely specify, but they will fit a Weaver rail.
For the money, you just can't beat these Burris Xtreme Rings
For the money, you just can't beat these Burris Xtreme Rings. I have used the more expensive Tactical Scope Rings, and I can see where the more costly rings are any better.
The Burris xtreme tactical rings are very good
The Burris xtreme tactical rings is perfect looking, sturdy set of scope rings, but there is one problem with them. I bought the medium height like I always have for all of my 40 mm objective scopes, and the scope was about one-half inch above my barrel on my Remington 700 SPS Varmint. These medium rings are comparable to other high rings. I am exchanging them for the low rings, though. They are great rings but beware of the height.