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Old 02-21-2012, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default Burris Signature Zee Scope Rings?

Anyone use these?

Concept seems good but I don't know if it's just marketing hype and good reviews from people that don't know any better.

I'm considering them on a Rem700 SPS Varmint 308 with a Nikon Monarch 4-16x42 Mildot. Target shooting from bench or prone.

Any thoughts or experience with these would be great.

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Old 02-21-2012, 07:19 PM   #2
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I will only buy these rings anymore.They are that good.
No more lapping rings,no more rings marks left on expensive scopes,plus the added benefit of being able to change the position of the scope to either line up with the bore or give you some extra adjustment without having to change you scope base.
I have 6-7 sets of them on rifles,and I'm waiting to receive a couple more.

Make sure you get the Signature Zee rings,the Signature rings don't have the adjustable inserts.
They have been hard to get for a while,Burris was having some kind of production problems,and everyone was out of stock.I received 1 set of 30mm rings 2 days ago,and I ordered them 3 months ago.

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Oh sweet thanks Tx! I was hoping to hear this kind of feedback about them.

And yes I meant the Zee rings, sorry I should have been more specific.

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i use to use wallmart weaver rings on all my rifles. after a episode with a savage 30--06 and rings getting loose followed by stripping out i have put signature rings on all my hi powered rifles wish i had done it sooner.

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Cool thanks godale.

One thing I noticed is that 1" rings only have 2 screws (1 per side) while the 30mm rings have 4 screws (2 per side). I'm worried about the 1" rings only having 2 screws but I guess with the inserts the required torque is less right?

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Cool thanks godale.

One thing I noticed is that 1" rings only have 2 screws (1 per side) while the 30mm rings have 4 screws (2 per side). I'm worried about the 1" rings only having 2 screws but I guess with the inserts the required torque is less right?
The 1" rings don't have any problems with 2 screws.I have several sets,and have never had any problems with them.
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The 1" rings don't have any problems with 2 screws.I have several sets,and have never had any problems with them.
+2 on the the single screw rings burris makes top notch rings nothing to worry about I have them on my 300 winny never once have they worked loose, every gun an scope I have wears burris rings, no scope damage, good price, ex quality imo
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Good to know on the 1" in rings, thanks guys!

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