| gozarian wrote:|
cheaptrick, how do you figure? The conetrols' (and I own a set) as good as they are, don't compare to the NEW talley aluminum rings which sell for around $40 a set. No separate base to deal with like the other traditional ring/base set ups. I have tried them all, Talley, Warne, Leupold, Nikon, Kimber, Burris, Weaver and I am most pleased with the Talley Lightweight aluminum ; get on their website and give them a look. Super lighweight, tough and INEXPENSIVE!
I somewhat stand corrected.
While I have not even seen the Talley aluminum rings that you recommended, I have had a few sets of the "other" Talleys and frankly was not all that impressed.
They left wicked ring marks on the scope tube and they were not as good as I expected. But they were good, I guess.
The folks at Talley were very knowledgeable and nice too.
I should have read your post/recommendation more closely, before responding.
The aluminums sound nice. Are they split-horozonial??
The one thing about Conetrols that sucks, is they are a bear to set up!!
But once installed correctly, are the best "hunting" ring that I have seen.