Burris Xtreme Tactical Rings - 30mm Scope Rings
Xtreme Tactical 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
- 30 mm models are made of aaluminum for optimum weight savings
- Optonal Picatinny rail on top of ring allows for attachment of accessories on top of a mounted scope
|420160||30 mm||Low 0.85 in.||Aaluminum|
|420162||30 mm||Medium 1.10 in.||Aaluminum|
|420164||30 mm||Hight 1.35 in.||Aaluminum||420166||30 mm||EXTRA-High 1.60 in.||Aaluminum|
* Ring Height: (from the center of the scope to the top of the base mount)
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
My burris xtreme tactical rings review
Excellent quality and finish. Measurements given by Burris are hard to use to gauge clearance for your scope. The height listed with this set of rings is 1.1 inches, but that is measured to the middle of the scope tube. Medium bases are .500 inches high when measured from the base of the ring (where it contacts the top of the Picatinny rail) to the bottom of the scope tube like most other manufacturers. Low rings are .250 inches high, mediums are .500, highs are .750, and super highs are 1.0 inches high. I have an Extreme Hardcore Gear 20 MOA Picatinny rail mounted on my Remington 700 long action, and the medium rings were necessary for sufficient clearance of my Vortex Viper scope (Viper HS-T 6-24x50 with 30mm tube). The front objective has plenty of clearance from the barrel (.325) with the low rings, but the medium height rings were necessary to provide sufficient clearance for the rear objective's magnification adjustment ring. With the medium rings, there are approx .575 inches of clearance between standard Remington sporter barrel and bottom of front objective, which is quite a lot. The Vortex Tactical medium height rings are .378 inches high and are a better overall fit for my rifle setup because I get a more consistent cheek weld due to the reduced height of the scope in comparison to the comb of the stock while still having sufficient clearance for the magnification adjustment ring. I gave this item 4 stars overall because of the overly large gap between high/med/low ring heights in addition to the confusing measurement provided by Burris. Fit, finish, and strength would get five stars, though.
I bought these burris tactical rings
I bought these burris tactical rings, along with the matching bases, and it is the most solid system I have tried. Very close to perfect alignment with only a minimum of lapping required to true them. They lined up the scope 2&1/2 minutes low and 1/2 minute right. If you have never mounted a scope before, that is a good thing. No shims were needed. Excellent product for an excellent price!
Great Scope Rings
Great scope rings. Mounted a Vortex Viper to a Remington 700 in .308 win. The Burris Xtreme Tactical 30mm rings been on the rifle for two years now and have never lost zero. They look good too. They are lightweight so you can make the weight requirements for some matches too
A new definition of TOUGH!
I decided to try a pair of these Burris Xtreme tactical rings due to the advice from one of my clients, in addition to the fact that I refused to pay $200.00 or more just for a pair of rings! I have found that many of those high dollar rings are no better, if as good, as a less expensive set! Maybe there are bragging rights in the name or something; I do not know. If one of my clients insists on high dollar rings, they must either provide them to me or pay upfront if I have to order them. At any rate: When I opened the package, I quickly discovered they rings are Very Professionally Made, look GOOD, and I could find NO faults with the anodized finish or the rest of the parts that are involved in the construction of these rings. Even though they are made of Aluminium, as "beefy" as they are, I would not hesitate to put them up against certain other manufacturers Steel rings! Burris warrants these mounts to preform flawlessly - Forever! If you follow the included instructions, you will find that the Upper Ring Halves use a T-15 Driver at 20 in/lbs, and the Side Attachment Nuts take a 1/2" hex at 65 to 100 in/lbs. PLEASE NOTE: These are INCH-POUNDS and NOT Foot Pounds! I set my Upper Rings at the 20 in/lbs but only 80 in/lbs on the Side Attachment Nut. I did not feel, and testing with my 375 RUM using a 300 gr bullets at 2900 fps, showed I did NOT need to tighten the Side Attachment Nuts to the full 100 in/lbs these rings are capable of taking. So I now KNOW they will work well on my personal "AR" project! At the price you pay for these rings, I feel they are the "Best Bang For The Buck" you can purchase at today's prices! They WILL outperform other lesser brands of rings! I have already proved that to myself. I guess the best recommendation that I can give is that I plan on putting them on my other personal rifles in place of the different brands of mounts I have on those rifles at this time! I hope this review helps my fellow shooters and Gunsmiths. :-)
Best 30mm Scope Rings
There is no question about it; these are the 30mm scope rings you want. Forget the cheaper hunting rings that are typically two screws per ring that seem tight till you knock your scope on something; GO WITH THESE RINGS!. You will NOT regret the extra cash spent on these babies. Worth every penny. I took the recommendation on these Burris Tactical Rings from a close friend who spent a few years in Army Recon, this is what they used and swear by them.
Burris XTR Rings
I ordered a pair of the low Burris XTR rings because they looked very sturdy and well made. When my rings arrived, I got exactly what I wanted. They are sturdy, strong, and machined very well. Mounting instructions were clear, and torque values were assigned, making guessing the torque non-existent. I will continue to buy these rings for future projects.
Solid 30mm Scope Rings
Not much to say. This is the second set of Burris xtreme tactical rings I've used on a Lapua. They are solid, never had the scope slip. I'd recommend tightening them evenly, leaving about a matchbook cover width on each side between the top and the bottom halves, and to tighten the six screws like lugnuts on a car (crossing from one side to the other and one end to the other gradually).
Burris Xtreme tactical 30mm rings
I put these 30mm scope rings on my Savage model 111 7mm Rem Mag and my Hawke Sidewinder 30 6-24x56mm. Long-distance accuracy is extremely important to me, and these rings hold my zero as well as any overpriced rings. People have complained about the multiple screws... get it done and over with, and you'll have confidence that your rifle zero will be fixed in every shot. Great product
I've installed these
I have mounted these rings on three of my rifles. Including a .338 Lapua Magnum. They are dependable and hold the scope without any movement! I like using aluminum scope rings as they are less likely to damage the scope tube, and because they are lighter. They feature some nice touches such as hex nuts on the tightening studs that will not fall off if loosened. The large gripping surface of these rings also distributes the load over a larger area. If I had to find fault with them, I would say that it can be tricky to get the torque even when you tighten all six screws on the upper ring halves. A terrific deal for the money!