For use with Quick Release (QR) rings. Detachable scope mounts guarantee that you'll return to zero without fail. Just turn the levers to unlock and remove your scope with the rings attached. Double-lever mechanism locks the quick-release rings securely into base. Simply place it back in the bases, lock down the levers, and your scope is back to zero. Ideal for a quick scope change when the hunting conditions call for it.
Quick release scope rings sold separately and can be found through item search at 38-882-100
Rated 5 out of 5 by FredTN Easy to use
These are easy to use scope mounts. The fact the scope can be removed for cleaning is SUPER AWSOME
January 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gr8WhtHunter Don't waste your money
A friend and I purchased this base set and the matching rings to mount our Luepold Grand Slam scopes onto our T/C muzzloaders. We have spent the last two months trying to figure out why we have not been able to consistently group shots.
Our muzzloader groups were terrible! Yet we would pick up our centerfire weapons and great groupings. I finally decided to ditch the Leupold set up for a Tally setup. I went out today and consistently solid groupings with my muzzleloader using the same Grand Slam scope.
I plan to write a letter to Leupold as well, as I am a firm believer in their craftsmanship. However, these rings are nothing but trouble and a bad desgn.
September 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by antlers Quick release scope rings and base
I have three sets of these on my equipment. I have two on muzzleloaders and one on a rifle. They have been removed several times and when remounted they require no adjustments. They are great for my Knight Master Hunter and Thompson Omega as they are quickly removable after shooting to allow direct faucet washing in a utility tub. They quickly lock back on the gun. If shooting conditions change to where iron sights are required, you can release the scope and set it aside within seconds. I place them on all new purchases and eventually will replace the bases on my existing older rifles.
September 15, 2006