First Look: Versaring Scope Rings

Mount your scope at the right height, right from the start.

posted on March 6, 2023

Mounting your scope on your rifle at the correct height can be a bit of a trial-and-error process. You may think you’ve lined everything up correct, but when it’s time to send rounds downrange, it turns out your scope is too high or too low for a comfortable cheek weld. To help solve this problem, Versaring has developed scope rings that ensure the correct height for your scope.  

Every feature of these three styles has been meticulously designed and tested over a two-and-a-half-year period. Little details, such as the selection of screws, were planned with precision and strength in mind. The process of finding the strongest fasteners possible spanned nine months, resulting in increased strength by almost 100 percent, making them the toughest in the category. The high tolerance machining ensures constant contact around the scope perimeter. The additional thread count in every tapped hole produces increased grip for your optic, and the aircraft aluminum guarantees a strong & lasting product that is backed with a lifetime warranty.

The patent-pending innovation comes from the ability for the scope rings to change configurations within its design. These three designs vary in look and concept to cover a wide range of applications and can be used for everything from making long-range shot to working in tight cover in point-and-shoot scenarios. Versaring produces vertical split, horizontal split, and hinge scope rings with a variety of special features that will accommodate any requirement. All designs come in 1 inch and 30mm diameter models with a matte-black finish. Versaring has simplified optics mounting.  MSRP for a set of Versarings varies from $49.99 to $69.99, depending on the model. For more information on this product, please visit


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