Weaver .22 Tip-Off Mounts - 1" Black Fits 3/8" Grooved Receivers
These scope ring mounts are made for .22s that have factory grooves in the rifle’s receiver. They clamp directly to the receiver or Tip-Off Bases.
FITS UP o 36mm OBJ LENS
105-WVR-49819 - Gloss Black
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Awesome rings! But too low for my Marlin 925N ...
These rings are fantastic, but unfortunately, they are too low for my Marlin 925N bolt action 22LR. The bolt does not have sufficient clearance for my relatively large scope, by less than 1mm. However, I intend to purchase a smaller scope that should fit better in the future.
Weaver 22 Caliber 1" Tip Off Rings
These rings are outstanding, but from the picture, they appeared to have a black coating over the stainless steel. However, they are actually bright stainless steel, so if you require black rings, these may not be suitable for you. The photo should be updated to reflect the actual color.
Fits my Winchester 290
The rings arrived a few days later than expected (due to the post office, not the shipper), but since I didn't need them urgently, I won't deduct a star for that. The finish of the rings matches my rifle's semi-gloss look. The rings are made in the USA, and since they are all-metal, they are highly durable. I used them to mount a Barska Colorado Scope, and they work perfectly. The only drawback I have with these rings (which I knew before purchasing) is that I wish the screws for tightening the rings were slightly larger. Aside from that, the seller was excellent, and I received precisely what I ordered.
which I like for most applications
I prefer these rings as they are relatively close to the bore axis, which is suitable for most uses. However, when I mounted them on a Ruger American Rimfire youth model, my Scope Alignment Tool showed that the rings were not perfectly aligned, indicating that this particular set of rings may introduce some stress into the scope tube. Although I have not yet had the chance to sight in the carbine, it remains uncertain whether the misalignment of the rings will cause accuracy problems and zero shift. I did not test the rings on a different rifle, so I cannot determine the origin of the misalignment. I plan to purchase another set and conduct further testing to better understand the issue.
Very nice, but generally not suitable for lever action.
To mount a Nikon 3x32 scope on my Henry Classic .22 Mag lever action, I purchased both low-rise and medium-rise rings due to difficulties in understanding product descriptions. The medium-rise rings arrived first, and I installed them initially, focusing on the overall height off the rifle. However, I soon realized that clearance between the scope's eye bell/piece and the rifle's hammer was the more important consideration. With the medium-rise rings, there was only about one-third of the required clearance, which was barely sufficient. As a result, the low-rise rings are not suitable for this purpose. Nonetheless, these rings appeared to be well-made and a good value for the money, and I would recommend them to anyone looking to keep their scope close to the barrel of a bolt-action rifle. Additionally, it's worth noting that these rings are made in America, which is a nice bonus.
Very Basic Rings
These are basic, affordable tip-off rings made in America for RF rifles with 3/8" grooved dovetail receivers. The paint job isn't perfect, so if you're looking for something aesthetically pleasing, these may not be for you. Personally, I care about appearance, but these rings will suffice for the price. I'm unsure about their performance rating, but I've heard that most, if not all, rings require lapping for a good fit with the scope. I'm hoping that by tightening the eight cap screws alternately, I can avoid this step since the rings have some flexibility. There's 5/16" clearance above the barrel of my Marlin 60, with only about 1/16" clearance above the iron sight set in the rearmost notch using a Bushnell Banner 32mm scope (39mm OD on objective bell) x 11.5" L. I've 3/32" clearance above the elevation ramp holding the rear iron sight. If I want to keep the sight, I'll only be able to use the bottom four elevation settings and move the scope forward half an inch for setting four (less for elevation settings 2 and 3), which isn't a big deal. The eight cap screws require 15" lbs of torque, which is quite a lot. I used an inch-lb torque screwdriver and applied significant pressure before it finally clicked, indicating that I had reached 15 lbs. Allen head screws would have been easier to work with and less prone to slippage and damage. Since the rings aren't particularly attractive, I may rough them up on a grinder with a wire wheel or rub them with steel wool or emery cloth one day and paint them to improve their appearance. It would be enjoyable for me since I like doing my own upgrades if necessary. If you're looking for prettier rings and aren't willing to repaint these, you should consider spending more money on more attractive rings.