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Old 01-12-2021, 09:27 PM
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Looking for recommended scope rings to buy for the below optic on a 10/22 build. 18 Feddersen fluted bull barrel and a Hogue over mold stock so far. Kidd V block. Are Low or Medium rings recommended?

https://www.leupold.com/scopes/rifle...rimfire-3-9x40

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Old 01-12-2021, 09:34 PM
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Ring heights are not standardized. So different brands are different heights, heck even one brands model As arent the same same as model Bs.

That being said , most lows should be fine with that scope. Unless you got a 35 moa rail , and in that case id go with medium.
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Old 01-13-2021, 12:10 AM
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Im very happy with BKL 257 rings in my four 10-22s, one of which has a Feddersen 17 heavy taper.
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My go to has been the Vortex Precision Matched Rings (made my Seekins). But, my new Vudoo has ARC M10 rings which are really nice as well. Both are not cheap, but very high quality rings.
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Have paired both talley and DNz lows with hogue stocks and 40mm height scopes and been happy with them. Makes for a clean setup.
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Burris signature. Never any ring marks and you can use offset inserts if you need the additional moa.
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Burris signature is all I use.
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Old 01-13-2021, 10:15 AM
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Another vote for the Burris Sugnature.
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Old 01-13-2021, 11:18 AM
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I'll either use the Burris Signature Z rings, or if it's a budget build I'll use the aluminum Leupold Rifleman rings

of course if I'm using a TI colored receiver, I'll use their color matched rings
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While I occasionally use different scope rings, my go-tos are Burris Signatures, whether ZEEs or the Rimfire version (to mount directly on the receiver's grooves/rail). They will NEVER mar your scope and as said above, the ring inserts can be used to help center your scope (alignment with the barrel if needed) or to obtain more elevation. Mediums should be fine with that scope.

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Most of my 10/22's use medium height rings with a few exceptions. A lot of brands IME the lows are too low for most scopes on a 10/22 with a .920 barrel. YMMV
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Most of my 10/22's use medium height rings with a few exceptions. A lot of brands IME the lows are too low for most scopes on a 10/22 with a .920 barrel. YMMV
I use lows when using the Volquartsen cantilever base and 40mm scopes



mediums are almost too high when mounted to it
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[QUOTE=KB22RF;12168793]Another vote for the Burris Signature.[/QUOTE

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Anybody use the Vortex 1 aluminum. Rimfire
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