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McMillan Announces New Tactical Scope Rings

 

Phoenix, AZ (January 19, 2010) – McMillan is manufacturing 30mm and 34mm tactical scope rings in 1” and 1.2” height. McMillan’s professional tactical scope rings are precision-machined allowing for true repeatability and combat strength. The McMillan tactical scope rings have a ¼ minute of angle (MOA) repeatability when using a 1913 Picatinny rail system, so users can remove and reattach their scope with confidence.

 

Rings are machined from solid aluminum, steel or titanium and are made as serialized matched set with caps marked to individual bases for orientation. Each set of tactical scope rings is serialized from initial operation to assure both rings are machined from the same barstock, enhancing uniformity. The weight of each ring is 2.9 ounces to 7 ounces depending on the type of metal used. All McMillan tactical scope rings are finished with advanced coatings such as QPQ Black Nitride (melonite), Mil-Std 8625 type III hard coat or PVD coatings.

 

According to Ryan McMillan, vice president of McMillan, “McMillan’s focus is building a superior product so our customers can focus on their mission.  We hold our rings to the strictest machining tolerances for greater uniformity and shot-to-shot repeatability.”

 

McMillan Tactical Scope Rings Specifications
Made and bored as a matched set
Bored as a true concentric circle without side relief (prohibiting “tube crush”)
Rings are serialized as sets from the initial operation
Weight: 7 oz per steel ring; 2.9 oz per aluminum ring; 4.9 oz titanium 34mm ring
Thickness per ring: .840”
1/4 MOA repeatability with our 1913 rails
Material 4142PHT domestic alloy steel 28-32Rc
All operations performed on bore center line
6/ 8-32 18-8 SS T15 torx head domestic cap screws .350” threaded length vs .250” std
Clamping stud is machined directly from ring base to prevent rotation or placement errors
Clamping stud can exceed torque of industry without rotation or tread damage
Recoil lug is machined in the ring base to obtain greatest strength and achievable size
Recoil lug is .204” (1913-.206” min) (Typical standard industry .140”)
Recoil protrusion .105” (1913-.118” min) (Typical standard industry .045” side flats)
Proprietary toe/heel side clamp provides camming to rotate the rail up and into the fixed side
SS side clamp compression spring
Retaining ring to prevent nut from being lost
Caps and bases are individually marked for orientation
Relieved for weight loss where prudent
.040” ring gap by carbide saw
QPQ Black Nitride (melonite) coating / mil-std 8625 hard coat / tungsten carbide carbon pvd
True rail clamping dovetail grabs all 1913 45-degree surfaces

 

For additional information visit McMillan’s website, www.mcmillanusa.com.