What rifle do you think these rings fit?

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What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby Bergie on Fri Oct 16, 2020 6:18 pm

I bought a bunch of stuff at an auction earlier this year and am just now getting around to selling off the stuff I don't want. These 1" steel rings were on a nice scope, but I can't determine what rifle they may have fit. One ring has a solid base and the other just the 'dovetail'. There's no markings on the rings nor base. Any guesses?
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby OldmanFCSA on Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:12 pm

Redfield Rings - I have some.
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby MJY65 on Sat Oct 17, 2020 7:52 am

You can sell the rings separately, but the front base will be useless without the matching(missing) rear
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby Bergie on Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:52 pm

MJY65 wrote:You can sell the rings separately, but the front base will be useless without the matching(missing) rear


Thanks! (So there was a base much like the other one? What's odd is that the other ring twists in like the old Sako rings but the other ring doesn't have such a small T that would lock into a mount.)(?)
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby MJY65 on Mon Oct 19, 2020 3:36 am

Bergie wrote:Thanks! (So there was a base much like the other one? What's odd is that the other ring twists in like the old Sako rings but the other ring doesn't have such a small T that would lock into a mount.)(?)


The rear base would have had a screw on each side that "pinches" the sides of the ring. In theory, they could be used to provide some extra windage adjustment. I never really trusted them to stay in place as well as the dual dovetails.
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby Holland&Holland on Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:35 am

MJY65 wrote:
Bergie wrote:Thanks! (So there was a base much like the other one? What's odd is that the other ring twists in like the old Sako rings but the other ring doesn't have such a small T that would lock into a mount.)(?)


The rear base would have had a screw on each side that "pinches" the sides of the ring. In theory, they could be used to provide some extra windage adjustment. I never really trusted them to stay in place as well as the dual dovetails.

But it would have been specific to a receiver correct? There must me a marking on it to track down which make and model it goes too.
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby MJY65 on Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:44 am

Holland&Holland wrote:
MJY65 wrote:
Bergie wrote:Thanks! (So there was a base much like the other one? What's odd is that the other ring twists in like the old Sako rings but the other ring doesn't have such a small T that would lock into a mount.)(?)


The rear base would have had a screw on each side that "pinches" the sides of the ring. In theory, they could be used to provide some extra windage adjustment. I never really trusted them to stay in place as well as the dual dovetails.

But it would have been specific to a receiver correct? There must me a marking on it to track down which make and model it goes too.



Yes. The base would have been matched to the curve and hole spacing. If I were OP, I seriously wouldn’t put much effort into this.
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby Holland&Holland on Mon Oct 19, 2020 11:32 am

But it is fun to!
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Re: What rifle do you think these rings fit?

Postby Bergie on Mon Oct 19, 2020 7:55 pm

(OP here) it is fun, I'll admit that! They might go into a 'grab bag' for whenever the next true gun show is. Or they may just go into my black hole of a basement where all misc gun parts go to be sucked into some time warp vortex to show up again in xx years.
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