Special tape inside the rings keeps your scope tight without excessive clamp pressure!
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Things I liked: Outstanding mount! Looks really nice and is super strong with super clamping force on the rail.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Be sure you consider the height. For example this medium is ideal for most things imo, and I much prefer the lower stance over a high mount. So far I have not needed a high for any gun, but I limit my scopes to 40AO and 44 like the UTG/Leapers with side parallax. Example; with a UTG 3-12x44AO (SCP3-U312AOIEW) I just measured and the largest part of the obj lens housing is 2.09", and the dust cap brings it to ~2.3". Mounted on a generic Crosman break barrel (Titan), with no shims, the dust cap has ~.024" clearance to the receiver. Without the cap there's .120" clearance. Something to think about if you need to shim the scope, so if needed you could sand a flat spot on the dust cap to gain room. Fyi; scopes, guns and mounts can vary with mfg changes over time etc., but at least you have some info to go on. The 1" version of these rings is ~.060" lower at scope center. Not sure why but fyi. The picture doesn't show a hole for a stop pin, but it does have one.
Things I liked: These rings are great. They're solid 4 bolt rings. The double screws for mounting the rings to the gun are a nice touch. They also allow my scope to be closer to the receiver. I think it makes for better shooting habits and allows the shooter to be more relaxed since there's no straining lifting your head to see thru the scope clearly.
Things I would have changed: Not sure if some shims could be added to square up the mount plates along the bottom to have the screw heads sit square on the plates for better engagement or not, but if something could be done for that, I think it would be a good improvement.
What others should know: Make sure when you mount the scope that you follow the directions for screw tightening. It really does make a difference.
Things I liked: These rings look perfect for the scope I bought. Nice finish, beefy and look like they'll do the job of scope mounting just fine. I like the 4 bolt setup and having a 2 bolt setup for the dovetail is great. Bolts are beefy enough to thoroughly tighten sufficiently.
Things I would have changed: I wish there was a miniature picatiny rail system for this purpose instead of dovetailing.
What others should know: As mentioned in other reviews, make sure you have the proper rings for the scope you want to mount including enough height (that's what the medium means in the description and I just learned that) for the scope to clear the receiver or barrel. Use a good thread locker for keeping the screws from backing out and keeping things tight for accuracy.
What is the saddle height of this ring?
It is 14mm from base to bottom of ring.
will this ring accommodate a 44 mm objective lens?
With a UTG 3-12x44AO (SCP3-U312AOIEW side focus) on my generic Titan, these rings give me .024" clearance. Without the rubber dust cover I have .120", which I mention since the cover can be sanded down if needed, like if shimming the scope. That scopes bell is 2.09". Fyi.
Depends on what gun you are mounting the scope on. If it has a raised rail it shouldn't be a problem. If it is directly grooved then it will be cutting it close, a high profile may be a better choice.
will these fit a 11mm rail?
Yes. The Leapers/UTG mounts are made so that one side of the portion you tighten onto the rail is 3/8" and the other is 11mm.