Here's the deal. Will the rings that came with the rifle work? Absolutely. They will likely be fine. But cheap rings are.more likely to fail over time. Cheap aluminum is more likely to strip out, they are going to be less precise. And come in contact with a much lower percentage of the scope tube than a quality ring.
It wasn't til recently that I came to the realization that scope rings and bases can be a forever (or close to it purchase). If you buy quality rings now, you can move them to other rifles over time, as needed. They are just going to last longer.
But everybody has a different budget. On the cheaper side, the Burris zee rings get great reviews. In the mid range ($50 or so) I had a set of warne maximas that I really liked (both of those can be purchased at bass pro/cabelas). I just put a set of TPS rings ony new rifle, and the machining quality is head and shoulders above the other 2. I think they were $80ish.
I have a set of $12 leupold rifleman rings on a .22. They work fine, but will never be put under and kind of stress either.
Your budget is what your budget is, and I would find the absolute highest quality ring that fits your budget. If your budget is currently zero, use the factory rings until they fail. And maybe they never will.
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