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kiabe1 08-13-2013 09:30 PM

Do they make a set of standard size scope rings designed to fit on an 11 mm rail. Designed to be used on a high powered rifle without rattling apart like a set of airgun rings will. If so what brand and where can i buy them. Thx

kiabe1 08-14-2013 01:48 AM

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Heres the rail thats on there

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JTJ 08-14-2013 05:06 AM

CZ, B Square precision air gun rings. Mostly listed as rimfire by most mfg. Spring air guns are brutal on scopes and rings and good rings are essential. A lot of them are cheap ($9.95) and dont hold up. Mostly cheap screws. Warne's rimfire will cost about $30 and are listed for 11mm.

kiabe1 08-14-2013 06:49 AM

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Originally Posted by JTJ (Post 1335028)
CZ, B Square precision air gun rings. Mostly listed as rimfire by most mfg. Spring air guns are brutal on scopes and rings and good rings are essential. A lot of them are cheap ($9.95) and dont hold up. Mostly cheap screws. Warne's rimfire will cost about $30 and are listed for 11mm.

Will these stand up to repeated shots from a .30 calibur round

JTJ 08-14-2013 01:53 PM

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Originally Posted by kiabe1 (Post 1335087)
Will these stand up to repeated shots from a .30 calibur round

I used the CZ rings on a 223 with no problems. Air gun rings have an additional vertical screw that locks against the action to prevent slippage. Quality air gun rings should hold up. I have seen them used with pistol scopes on Mosin's on the groove under the rear sight. If you go with the Warne rim fire rings you can get an anti slip clip to place against the ring to prevent slippage.


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