Weaver 4-Hole Skeleton Rings
Weaver's favorite 4-Hole scope rings are now available in heights for just about any shooter and shooting situation. 1" medium, high, extra-high and XX-high. Dressed in matte black and featuring no strip/slip Torx screws, these new rings incorporate Weaver's famous Cross-Lock design and lightweight aircraft grade aluminum.
|48360||1" MED MATTE|
|48361||1" HIGH MATTE|
|48362||1" X-HIGH MATTE|
|48363||1" XX-HIGH MATTE|
The distinction between inferior quality and premium Scope Rings is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer 1 inch scope rings from the most trusted brands like Weaver mounts. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Weaver 48360 skeleton rings
I'm not an "expensive rings" guy, so these are the limit for my budget, but I think they compete with the "GG&G" and "Larue" and "Badger ordinance" products very well, and at a much better price point. If you need bomb-proof rings and you're on a budget - look no further.
I like these weaver 4 hole skeleton rings.
I like these weaver 4 hole skeleton rings. They look fantastic and do what you want them to do...hold your scope. I've got a set on my 22 mag and another on a 223 rifle, so they're not under much stress, and I don't know how they would hold up under a high powered rifle, but they're just perfect for what I was looking for.
Weaver skeleton rings are excellent
The Weaver skeleton rings are excellent rings. Mine had to be lapped a bit before they line up perfectly, but I have yet to buy any rings that did not require at least a little lapping before they were 100% correct. I have these supporting a 3-9 x 40 scope on a bolt action .308, and they keep the scope mounted low enough that cheek weld is not an issue, nor is bolt clearance an issue — really good quality rings for the money.
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Great sturdy construction, easy to clamp on.
Easy & seems solid so far
Mounted up easily. Fit as described. Don't have rounds through the gun yet, but seems like a solid mount. I put them on a 243, so I doubt there will be an issue with a relatively mild recoil round.