10 Best Hunting Scope Rings

Updated on: September 2022

Best Hunting Scope Rings in 2022


Vortex Optics Pro Series Riflescope Rings - 1 inch - Low Height [0.75 Inches | 19.05 mm], Black

Vortex Optics Pro Series Riflescope Rings - 1 inch - Low Height [0.75 Inches | 19.05 mm], Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • These Vortex Pro Series Rings position the center of the riflescope tube at a height of 0.75 inches (19.05 mm) from the base. Sold two rings per package.
  • The finishing touch to your rifle and optic combination. Pro Series rings combine rock-solid reliability and strength with high quality machining to ensure ultimate accuracy and consistency.
  • Streamlined, lightweight and durable, these rings use four T-25 Torx-style socket cap screws for secure mounting.
  • Fits Weaver and Picatinny Rails.
  • Weight (Per Ring): 39.9 Grams - 1.41 oz

Vortex Optics Hunter 1-inch Riflescope Rings - High Height (1.22 in)

Vortex Optics Hunter 1-inch Riflescope Rings - High Height (1.22 in)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • These Vortex Hunter Rings position the center of the riflescope tube at a height of 1.22 inches (31.0 mm) from the base.
  • Mounting to a Picatinny or Weaver type rail, the standard, 2-screw Hunter rings are a nice match for general hunting setups.
  • Made from aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum for optimum strength.
  • Sold two rings per package.

AccuShot Picatinny/Weaver Medium Profile 2-piece 1-inch Rings

AccuShot Picatinny/Weaver Medium Profile 2-piece 1-inch Rings
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Array

UTG 1"/2PCs Med Pro LE Grade Picatinny QD Rings: 22mm Wide

UTG 1
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • 4-screw Medium Profile "Tiger" Ring
  • Precision Machined From Aircraft-grade Aluminum Alloy with Anodized Black Matte Finish
  • Robust and User Friendly Ergonomic Quick Detach/Lock Lever Fully Adjustable to Fit on Any Pica tinny Rail

Vortex Optics Precision Matched Rings 30mm - Height 0.97 inches - Picatinny Mount

Vortex Optics Precision Matched Rings 30mm - Height 0.97 inches - Picatinny Mount
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • These Vortex Precision Matched Rings position the center of the riflescope tube at a height of 0.97 inches (24.64 mm) from the base. Will only work with Picatinny spec mounts—will not work with Weaver mounts.
  • Our Precision Matched Rings are kept in pairs throughout the manufacturing process — ensuring perfection from one set to another.
  • We start with certified USA 7075 T6 billet aluminum and hold it to an extremely tight tolerance of .0005 using our precision Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) mill.
  • These Vortex rings are serialized, vibratory tumbled, hand-bead blasted and finished off with a Type III hard coat anodize.
  • Sold two rings per package. Hex wrench included. Made in the USA.

GoldCam 1'' Scope Rings, 2Pcs High Profile + 2Pcs Medium Profile 1 Inch Scope Mount Rings for Picatinny/Weaver Rail - Pack of 4

GoldCam 1'' Scope Rings, 2Pcs High Profile + 2Pcs Medium Profile 1 Inch Scope Mount Rings for Picatinny/Weaver Rail - Pack of 4
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • ✔【Perfect for All 21mm Picatinny/ Weaver Rails】GoldCam 4 Set of Different Heights 1'' Scope Mount Rings Include 2 Pcs Medium Profile + 2 Pcs High Profile In One Package. Our Scope Rings Perfect for All 21mm Standard Picatinny/ Weaver Rails, Available In Two Styles For Your Choose, A Must Have Scope Rings for Hunting Shooting! Perfect for Mounting Most Scopes Which Are In 1''/ 25.4mm Scope Tube.
  • ✔【4 Set Of Two Styles 1'' Scope Rings】2 Pcs Medium Profile - 0.5'' Gap From Base Of Mount To Bottom Of Ring - Item Height 1.9'' - Dimension: 1.9 x 1.6 x 0.8 Inch - Weight: 2 Oz Per Ring; 2 Pcs High Profile - 0.71'' Gap From Base Of Mount To Bottom Of Ring - Item Height 2.0'' - Dimension: 2.0 x 1.6 x 0.8 Inch - Weight: 2 Oz Per Ring.
  • ✔【Hollowed-Out Design & Built-In Tape Protection】Design In See-Through Style, Provide Potential Visibility For Open Sights, Meanwhile Hollowed-Out Configuration Helps To Release Heavy Duty When Clamping Your Scope. Built-In Tape Inside Per Rings To Prevent From Marring The Scope, Also Prevent Sliding and Holding Postion Accurately.
  • ✔【Premium Aircraft Aluminum, Solid & Durable】Precision Machining of Aircraft Grade 6061 Aluminum Alloy + High Strength Steel In Black Matte Anodizing Finish, Sturdy & Lightweight Construction, High Quality, Sturdy Construction, Build No Wobble, Offer Durable Safe Performance In The Field.
  • ✔【Rail Clamp Screw Design & Easy To Install】With 1 Rail Clamp Screw and 2 Scope Clamp Screws Per Side, Ensure Mount Any 1'' Scope Firmly, Just Twist On/Off The Rail Clamp Screw Nut Via Allen Wrench and Mount The Base On 21mm Rail, Simple and Quick To Remove Or Install. Comes With 2 Pcs Allen Wrench.

Weaver 1" Medium 4-Hole Skeleton 48360 Scope Rings Aluminium Construction

Weaver 1
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Made of the highest quality materials
  • Hunting scopes rings
  • Another quality Bushnell product
  • Available in heights that satisfy just about any shooter and shooting situation: medium, high, X-high, and XX-high
  • Skeletal design lessens weight without losing strength
  • Dressed in matte black and featuring no strip/slip Torx screws
  • Incorporate Weavers famous Cross-lock design and lightweight aircraft aluminum
  • Choose between 1" and 30mm

WEAVER 48349 Tactical Rings, 1", Six Hole, Medium, Matte

WEAVER 48349 Tactical Rings, 1
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Six Hole Tactical-style Rings
  • Tube Diameter- 1"
  • Medium Height
  • Matte, Black
  • 1" Medium Ring Height (Base to Bottom of Tube): 0.313"
  • Six points of contact
  • Zero stays true
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Available in 1" and 30mm diameters
  • Available in three height options

Nikon A-Series 1" Aluminum Scope Rings, Low

Nikon A-Series 1
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

WEAVER 49046 Quad Lock 1-Inch Medium Detachable Rings (Matte Black)

WEAVER 49046 Quad Lock 1-Inch Medium Detachable Rings (Matte Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Made of the highest quality materials
  • Hunting scopes rings
  • Another quality Bushnell product
  • Quadlock Detachable Aluminum Rings
  • Two straps and four screws provide added gripping power
  • Lightweight, all-aluminum rings
  • Thumb screws allow for quick detach

Money Hunting? Check Your Mortgage Statement

A quick read of your mortgage statement will determine whether an escrow cushion is included in your payment. Eliminating it may reduce your mortgage payment and uncover an escrow overage that belongs in your pocket, not in your escrow account.

Upon scanning my mortgage statement last month, my suspicions were confirmed. My payment had unexpectedly increased by $15 per month, despite a fixed interest rate, falling property taxes and steady insurance costs. While $15 is barely enough to buy a fast food meal for my family, being the skeptical cheapskate I am, it was more than enough to get my attention.

According to the mortgage statement, my bank had performed an escrow analysis on my account. This analysis is a standard, annual accounting to determine whether my escrow account, which holds my tax and insurance funds, would have sufficient money for the rest of the year. If the bank determined it would have too little, my payment would go up to cover the deficiency.

Funny, my property taxes had gone down by a few bucks and my escrow account had plenty of money in it. In fact, it had an overage, but we'll get to that in a minute.

So why did my payment go up? Further reading turned up what the bank refers to as a "reserve requirement" - a "cushion" of money in the escrow account that can be used to cover unexpected insurance or tax increases. Federal and state laws permit the bank to collect up to 1/6 of annual escrowed expenses as a reserve, which is why it had determined that I should contribute an additional $21 to my escrow account via my mortgage payment. (Since my taxes had gone down $6 per month, this resulted in a net payment increase of $15.)

The bank's language is key here. The bank is permitted to collect a cushion. Federal and state laws allow them to collect it. However, no law actually requires its collection, and a lender has discretion over when to collect the reserve and how much to collect, up to 1/6 of annual escrow costs.

I telephoned my mortgage company and, after navigating their convoluted and slightly annoying menus, spoke to a live person who acknowledged that I was not required to pay the $21 per month "cushion." The representative removed the charge from my account and reminded me that if the bank finds too few escrow funds in next year's escrow analysis, I will be required to pay that amount. I told him to bill me when that happens.

Near the end of the call, the bank representative added one more thing: Would I also appreciate a refund of the nearly $400 overage presently sitting in my escrow account? (It seems I hadn't caught the "cushion" soon enough and had paid it in prior years.) I thanked him for the information and requested that the bank cut me a check, which has already been deposited into my checking account.

I may be slightly paranoid about the bills I pay, but my suspicions paid me $252 for the year of "cushion" I won't be shelling out, uncovered another $400 in money I was loaning - interest free - to the bank via my escrow overage, and took my mortgage payment down from its previous amount by $6 per month. Not a bad day's work, considering all I had to do was read my bill and make a phone call.

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