732M Warne 30mm, Rimfire High Matte Rings
- 3/8 or 11mm Dovetail.
- 70/30 Split.
Over Built for the task! The Warne Rimfire rings were created to fits both the 3/8th inch and 11mm dovetails found on many common rimfire rifles. Featuring a unique 70/30 horizontal split design, these steel rimfire rings are the best available.
Rimfire rings from Warne Scope Mounts give you more than enough strength for the job.
We've earned a reputation for making quality scope rings in the U.S. using premium materials, and these 732M 30mm high matte rings are a good example of that quality. Featuring a unique 70-30 horizontal split design for superior grip and steel construction for strength, these rimfire scope rings fit both the 3/8" and 11mm dovetails that are usually found on rimfire rifles.
- Remove ring top screws and top half of ring.
- Loosen clamp** screw or lever and place directly on grooved receiver.
- Tighten clamp screws or levers with rings in approximate location on receiver.
- Place scope in the rings and adjust ring location if needed.
- Tighten clamp screws to 25 in/lb max or tighten levers thumb & forefinger tight***. (there is no need to over tighten QD lever)
- Snap ring tops over scope tube and start ring top screws.
- Adjust eye relief and level the reticle.
- Once both are correct, tighten the top screws on both rings to scope manufacturers’ recommended torque rating*, maximum of 25 in/lb.
*Torque Spec are for dry threads, DO NOT USE THREAD-LOCKER COMPOUND
**Many scope manufacturers’ have established specific torque ratings for their scope and you must follow their recommended torque.
IMPORTANT: NEVER OVER TIGHTEN ANY BASE OR RING SCREW. NEVER ATTACH A SCOPE IF THE OBJECTIVE TOUCHES THE BARREL OR CAUSES INTERFERENCE WITH THE BOLT, SAFETY OR CYCLING OF THE ACTION. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FIREARM OR SCOPE MANUFACTURERS’ RECOMMENDED TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN GUNSMITHING METHODS.
If you are unsure or do not have the proper tools, please contact a gunsmith for assistance, Warne will not be held liable for stripped/damaged receivers or scopes.