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O/T Need 3/4 inch scope rings

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by snapthecat, Jul 7, 2007.

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  1. snapthecat

    snapthecat TS Member

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    Looking for a set of two (separate) rings that are two piece each to fit a 3/4 inch scope tube. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. Straight99

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    Try calling Weaver. They used to have them.
     
  3. snapthecat

    snapthecat TS Member

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    No one makes them anymore, Weaver, Redfield, nobody. Just thought there might be a pair lying around that someone wanted to get rid of.
     
  4. Bawana

    Bawana TS Member

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    Here you go. You just have to pick which one you want. Go to Ebay and here are the numbers you need to look them up

    250138343895


    150138227988


    110145314051


    110145320278


    220127475520
     
  5. snapthecat

    snapthecat TS Member

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    As I stated, they must be two separate rings, with each ring in two pieces. None of the ones you listed fit this. 3 were not two piece, one was for the scope and the rings, don't need the scope, already have that which is why I need the rings.
    and one was not for a grooved receiver. I had already researched e-bay, Brownells,
    the gun auction sites, and 7 gun stores and gunsmiths before I posted this. However, I do appreciate your effort. I just thought that as many gun people as there is seeing this, someone might help. Thanks
     
  6. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    If this is for a low recoil application, then have a machinist make up some reducing rings and use a 7/8" or 1" ring, and then slit cut them in half. Don't line up the slits with the ring halves, but offset them from 45 degrees to 90 degrees.<br>
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    If this is for a high recoil application, then the reducing rings should have a slight flange on one side, and this flange should touch the REAR of the standard rings. Otherwise the reducing ring might slip through.<br>
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    Suitable material is aluminum, brass or copper.<br>
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    You may need very thin friction paper as used for scope mounting.
     
  7. B.C.

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    hurray for Gary, you beat me to the punch !B.C.
     
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