If you mount your rings on your base without the scope.....
April 14 2012, 11:28 AM
Mount one ringset with one foot, one ringset with the other foot, you should be able to see with the naked eye which foot centers the ringset over the bore better.. Something else to LOOK at is the relationship of the bottom of the ring base and the top of the mounting base.. It seems like Burris should include some kind of instructions....
Burris instructions are generalized & seem to forget about the fact they send 2-sets of side clamps. I have used them many times & both A- & unstampd fit all my 11mm rails. I will check side to side for center with each. The obviouse differance by eye is one set has more claw aerea then the other & maybe a differant angle all together, but haven't checked that yet. All the sig rings I have will also not allow a 180 flip of side plates, no way no how, so must be specific for oreintation. I still suspect burris is trying to cover the 3/8- 11mm differance with the differant side plates.
these rings purchased 9 years ago. The rings fit fine on receivers that are cylinder shaped, BUT on flat top recievers the rings tilt slightly to one side. I suspect the "new" extra clamp plates are to accomodate flat and cylinder recivers.
By the way, I shot PCP for years in competition with the slightly tilted rings and didn't suffer any loss of accuracy. I just used a scope mounted level to cant the rifle to accomodate.
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