Weaver Standard Detachable Rings - 30mm Black
Low fits up to 40mm obj lens
High fits up to 56mm obj lens
Get the best of both worlds with a steel strap for added strength and an aluminum saddle for reduced weight. These quick detach scope rings are the Original Weaver style Rings.
105-WVR-49122 - Low, Gloss Black
105-WVR-49121 - Low, Matte Black
105-WVR-49110 - High, Gloss Black
105-WVR-49120 - High, Matte Black
Customer Ratings & Reviews
weaver quick detach scope rings
I have put three sets of these weaver quick detach scope rings on three different guns, and all match up to the Weaver bases very well. The top clamp hooks as advertised, and the screws match/line-up with the threaded holes well. You have to tilt the scope a little away from the side the screws are on because as you tighten the screws, it will pull the scope's crosshairs toward the screws and bring them back to vertical. The picture on the tech specs is not the mounts you are ordering. Click on the "Zoom In" of the picture of the product to see what you're buying. I'm happy with these mounts as they put the bullet in the center of the target every time unless I mess up. I can also take the scope off the gun and use the open sights and put it back on, and it's very close to "0".
Lowest of the Low
True enough, these will rotate your scope while tightening screws, but that's been true of these rings ever since they were first marketed - shortly after the invention of fire, I'm told. I have a formula and a few machinist's tools that let me get the offset for rotation dead on just about every time, but I'll keep that to myself. What I love most about these rings is that in the Low model, you get about the lowest ring obtainable. For those who seek to get their scope as low as possible about bore axis, there are just no lower rings I'm aware of (not counting one-piece base/ring arrangements, which aren't available for a significant number of rifles compared to those for which Weaver bases are offered). Case in point, a Savage Rascal uses very high bases with a tapered pillar sitting on a small radius. Using lower bases is out of the question due to the high angle of the bolt lift, which would strike the rings' clamping lips if they were any lower, so minimizing scope height above the bore axis requires the lowest rings around. I've had some recent-manufacture matte rings' paint flake off, some gloss rings' paint chip, and the silver ones don't match a lot of scopes, so I've had to repaint a few sets along the way. They do take CeraKote and Dura-Coat very well if properly prepped.
I have two sets of these Weaver scope rings,
I have two sets of these Weaver scope rings, one set on my Ruger 10/22T, and the other set on my Browning Buckmark. I find them very easy to use. Once the scope is mounted to any Weaver-style base, you only need to loosen the two thumbscrews at the ring's base, and the whole assembly comes right off for easy cleaning or returning to iron sight shooting. Pop the entire assembly back on, and most times, the scope is right back on zero, or really close to it. I don't know how well they will hold up to magnum loads, but for a rimfire application I highly recommend these Weaver rings.