Manufacturer: Burris 420571
Burris' high quality scope rings are well known for their solid dependability and affordable price. Simple, proven and reliable designs allow the Standard Ring series to shine. All rings feature high quality, close tolerance manufacturing processes. Steel construction, with steel fasteners make these the most durable rings you'll own.
Burris Signature Rings set the standard by which all other scope rings are measured. They enjoy an industry-wide reputation for solid, reliable performance regardless of weather and shooting circumstances. Proven designs have withstood the test of time and are available for all manner of optics and bases. These solid steel rings not only provide tremendous gripping power and durability, they guarantee proper alignment and maximum scope-to-ring contact through the use of Burris’ patented Pos-Align Inserts system. Pos-Align is the hassle-free way to get perfect centering, ensuring that you get the most clarity and precision from your optic. Signature Rings are covered by the Burris Forever Warranty.
Signature Rings are available in 1" and 30mm sizes and can be used with standard, dovetail, double-dovetail, and Weaver-style bases.
By utilizing Pos-Align Offset Inserts in Signature Rings, you can virtually sight-in your gun without moving the scope adjustments. By keeping the internal optics centered, you'll see through the scope all of the clarity, sharpness, and brightness that the optics designers intended for you to see. The offset inserts also correct for any misalignment caused by receiver holes drilled off center, or the bases or rings being slightly off perfect center. And for you 1000-yard shooters, the need for expensive tapered bases or shimming becomes a hassle and expense of the past.
Specifications and Features:
Burris "High" Signature Rings
.89" from rail top to ring center
Solid Steel construction
1" Tube diameter
Double Dovetail Set
Features posalign system
Includes "Zero" posalign insert
Sold as a pair
Burris 1" Tube Signature Ring Heights:
Height is measured from the top of the rail to the center of the ring