In the manufacturing process a 12 inch long bar is precision drilled and then placed on a mandrel, where several rings are machined at once on the bar. Two consecutive rings become a pair, which insures little variation in the pair. This eliminates the need to “lap in” the rings on well aligned bases.
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There are many misconceptions in the world about what 25MOA rings do. Many of those misconceptions stem from perceptions about what a set of 25MOA rings are capable of providing, and when it is needed on a rifle. Many shooters who want to shoot long range automatically assume they need 25MOA rings without fully understanding what the rings do, or how they can affect their rifle and scope performance.
Long range is considered to be 600 yards and beyond since many rifle, cartridge and scope combinations start to reach their limit with 0MOA scope rings around this range.
When a shooter is adjusting the elevation dial on the scope for ranges longer than what the gun is zeroed for, at some point, the scope will run out of elevation. In many instances this is around 600 yards, give or take.
How does a 25MOA scope rings work? Typical 0MOA scope rings are considered flat, or level with the bore of the gun. A set of 25MOA scope rings are canted down in the front toward the barrel. Canting a set of 25MOA rings in the front allows for more usable elevation adjustment in the scope.
To many shooters who are not familiar with the concept, canting a scope down in front sounds incorrect. They feel it makes more sense to them if the scope is pointed up. To help explain how this works, please take a look at the illustration below.
Because of bullet drop, even if the scope and the barrel are perfectly parallel to each other, the bullet will strike the target 25 inches below the bullseye at 100 yards. With 0MOA scope rings, there will not be enough scope elevation adjustment to correct for the bullet drop.
However, with 25MOA scope rings, the scope and the barrel are no longer parallel to each other because the front of the scope is tilted downward toward the barrel. With plenty of properly adjusted scope elevation, the aim will be 25 inches above the target’s bullseye at 100 yards and the bullet will drop to strike the center of the bullseye… problem solved!
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