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Vortex Optics Pro Series Riflescope Rings - 1 inch - Medium Height [0.95 Inches | 24.13 mm], Black

$85.99$59.0FREE SHIPPING

Limited quantity available / 92 sold

  • These Vortex Pro Series Rings position the center of the riflescope tube at a height of 0. 95 inches (24. 13 mm) from the base. Sold two rings per package.
  • The finishing touch to your rifle and optic combination. Pro Series rings combine rock-solid reliability and strength with high quality machining to ensure ultimate accuracy and consistency.
  • Streamlined, lightweight and durable, these rings use four T-25 Torx-style socket cap screws for secure mounting.
  • Fits Weaver and Picatinny Rails
  • Weight (Per Ring): 45. 92 Grams - 1. 62 oz


  • Product Review


    Guest

    These are probably the best rings for any rifle. They Work great on my mosin nagant! I plan on only buying these rings in the future because of their price, their performance, their looks and the fact that they print the torque specs right on the rings so u cant forget!

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    Chris

    These rings were easy to mount and are at a great price. I had no issue with the scope shifting and zeroing was easy.

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    JEFF SOUCIE

    I purchased these Vortex rings upon the recommendation of a friend. He recounted the heartbreak of having collapsed a scope tube ( with money saved as a high school student ) by over-torquing an inexpensive set of rings. This set of rings is a perfect fit to my 50mm objective Vortex scope, the high rings provide enough clearance for an unobstructed fit to my rifle. Both the rings and screws are sturdy and well crafted, and the correct torque values are imprinted upon the rings themselves. I used a Fatwrench screwdriver to apply the correct torque during assembly, and I would advise you to also find a similar item to ensure correct assembly of your scope to rifle. This is my second set of Vortex rings, and I will invest in them again when needed.

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    Dempsy C.

    The quality of these rings is very good. Haven’t had a chance to shoot yet, but they mounted solid on to an EGW (recommended by Vortex) rail mount on my old .308 Remington 788. Not disappointed that I wasted money on a lapping kit I didn’t need. The scope fits perfectly. I bought a Vortex scope (Viper HS) and figured I should go with Vortex rings. Glad I did, very happy with this set up!

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    Tindall Knives

    I prefer these to some other ring costing 3 times as much. They are very high quality.They are also bored together and are directional. Which is a level of precision many other higher end brands are lacking.I got a medium but wish I got low for my 50mm scope.

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    RLC

    Worked well on my Henry All-Weather 45-70 Lever Gun. The rings were the perfect height to clear the rear sight, in case I want to remove the scope for iron sight shooting. Will buy again for other rifles.

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    James

    I was pleased with the Vortex brand of rings. Just bought my 1st Vortex scope, figured I should try their rings.Excellent fit and craftsmanship.

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    Khun Tom

    I just purchased my second set of these rings. I have them installed on .22LR’s with ~$200 scopes. I got them for the clean snag free design and the price point. Now that I’ve had these for some time, I wouldn’t hesitate to use them on much more costly optics and larger caliber rifles. Very good quality for the money. And very handy to have the recommended torque settings engraved right on the rings - for all three fastener locations. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy these again.

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    tom

    They hold zero, the bar that goes in the rail is square unlike a lot of UTG rings that are rounded. They do what they’re designed for and are dummy proof, giving you the torque specs printed on the rings. 4 stars because they use a weird screw head that are the Allen stars and provide a Allen wrench which is useless with my torque wrench. I got these for a 10/22 takedown with the backpacker stock that holds a small survival kit and now I have to add another wrench for these bolt heads for field adjustments. I will be buying new screws probably.

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    brwillia

    These rings seem rock solid. I’ve used the vortex tactical rings and they are definitely a step above those. Obviously not as nice as the vortex or seekins matched pair but for half the price these are very nice. Focus camera, who sells these, are great to deal with too. I’ve ordered multiple items from them with only a small hiccup and they definitely made that situation right. A good group to order from.

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    Guest

    These are the best rifle scope rings in my gun kit. The thing I like the most about these is that they are so precision-made. They fit my rifle at 30 mm scope tube better than anything I own. I moved my scope around several times and experienced no scope rash not even a faint scratch. To add to this they are sturdy even the extra long ones. I have first signature series and leupold and I like these better than those and they are at least twice the. These are the greatest value out of my rifle entirely. You will not be sorry with these scope rings

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    sydney hornbuckle

    No issues with installation, works will with my viper 6x16x50 30mm tube just fine. Review is written without me hauling my gun around a few times, so if it does not hold zero I will update. So far, So good!

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    Nicholas Cooper

    I mounted my Crossfire 2 6-16x -50MM and a Viper 4-16x -40mm with these mounts. Both of them put the optic on straight enough to hit paper the first shot at 100 and 200 yards. Easy to install, I highly recommend to spend the ten bucks on a torque screwdriver to ensure they are properly in place. Though I have a buddy who put them on without the torque screwdriver last season and his optic is still in place and holding a zero. Best thing, besides the aesthetic factor, is you do not need to do anything special prior to mounting the optic. literally just unscrew everything, put it on the rail, lay in the scope, ensure your eye relief is in a good position, then screw it down ensuring everything is level.

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    Johnny B.

    Used these to mount a Vortex 5-24 optic on a Rem 700 300 Win Mag. 5R. I used a Wheeler scope mounting kit and have put over 200 rounds thru these mounts. 200+ grain hot loads and not a hint of movement.They have held dead nut solid.Highly recommended.

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    Andy G

    Well, I cant be the only person who is baffled by the lack of standards for scope ring height. I needed extra tall and after trying two other brands that fit that description I found these Vortex rings. I found none taller. They definitely did the job. My challenge was to mount a very large, long scope on a Ruger Precision Rifle. The 'other' extra tall rings I used were not tall enough to allow me to suit my preference for the overall height of the optics and also easily twist the focus/mag rings on the scope itself. If you have a RPR with a large scope, these are the rings you want.

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    Kenneth E. Noll

    First off, anytime anything is made in the USA, you're pretty well assured the quality and fit are going to be guaranteed versus a Chinese part. These rings are no exception. Installed on a flat top LAR-8 (Rock River .308) and with the Bushnell 4.5-18x40mm objective they fit great and the scope objective is tight to the barrel, with about a 1/2" clearance. I purchased the medium height 1" rings, and the height says .90". I would have been happy with up to 1.25" height. Don't like when the scope objective has an inch of clearance or more over the barrel. Also, in the package is an installation wrench and two extra screws, which is nice in case you booger one. Overall I will definitely buy these rings again, I am VERY HAPPY with them!

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    Ken

    These are very nice scope rings. I can tell the difference between these pro series rings and say Vortex or Nikon's basic scope rings. I certainly think these are worth the money so far. They look good and they were easy to install.Just FYI, these are the low rings. I installed them on my new Henry X Rifle 45-70 w/the Weaver 63B mount and a Vortex Crossfire II 2-7x32 BDC scope. If you mount this scope on this rifle w/the low mounts it will fit. If you were to get a 40mm or higher scope, the front housing would sit on or hit the rear sight on the rifle. If you purchase a larger than 32mm scope, I would recommend buying the medium scope rings. I went w/the 2-7x32mm specifically so that I could use the low scope rings, as I didn't want to have to raise my cheek weld. It's my determination that a 2-7x32 scope will be sufficient for the yardages I will likely shoot at 45-70 at.

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    ThunderingGuns

    I used these rings in conjunction with a Vortex Strikefire 3-18x44mm scope on a Ruger American Predator rifle in .350 Legend with a factory installed Picatinny rail. The rings are about 0.90" in height and I had at least 0.25" to 0.375" of space if not more between my scope bell and the barrel. I would like to see these mounts in a lower version if possible. However, fit and finish were dead nuts on. My buddy has all the tools, etc. for gunsmith level scope installation and after running through the process the rings required zero lapping and were perfectly aligned. One word of caution, if you are going to lap your rings, please note you have nearly zero room to play. On my 30mm tube there is virtually no space between the top and bottom of the rings after properly torqueing the screws. Take off too much materials and you won't be able to get them tight enough to hold the scope. That would be the only improvement I would like Vortex to make if that's considered an improvement.

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    Guest

    Had for 3 months and over 50 rounds through my custom built 6.5 creedmore with no issues. I purchased the high to go with my vortex HST 6-24-50

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    gpdd

    FYI. On a RPR rimfire, using a 40mm objective, order the medium rings for a perfect fit.

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