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Burris Signature XTR rings #7657988 11/11/19 12:14 AM
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I have little experience with traditional rings. I've basically only owned Ruger factory rings, Warne QD and traditional, and a couple of budget toys.

This is for a Ruger Predator with the factory base and a 30mm scope.

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They're stout.

I don't like the two Torx drive screws on the Weaver clamp, but that's because I bounce scopes around so much. Yes, I have all the Torx bits for any size, but a 1/2" wrench is easier to grab quickly. But, if you're going to mount the scope and leave it, have no fear in those.

I will mention, as much as my stuff gets shot and knocked around, I still use 4 screw rings, instead of 6 screw. And they hold just fine.


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Re: Burris Signature XTR rings [Re: okstatefan] #7658252 11/11/19 04:24 AM
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If you plan on using the inserts to help get some elevation instead of using a 20MOA base, then they are great. If not, then you should check out the SWFA rings. They are just as solid, IMO, and are about 1/3 the price.


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