American Rifle Company M-BRACE Scope Rings
The M-BRACE Rings hold firmly without marring or indenting the scope under the heaviest recoil. These uniquely split rings maintain reticle alignment during scope installation while their low profile leaves the shooter with a clear view of the turrets.
M-BRACE Rings feature a rail interface which precisely and correctly engages rails, even those which fail to meet Mil and STANAG specification. The result is excellent return-to-zero performance.
Extremely strong, M-BRACE Rings are CNC machined from 7075 aluminum alloy and anodized for excellent corrosion resistance and a matte-black finish.
Torque spec: 6.2 Nm (55 in-lbs) on scope clamp and rail mount screws.
- Effortless Anti-Cant Scope Installation
- Recoil Proof Non-Marring Scope Grip
- Excellent Return-To-Zero
- CNC Machined High-Strength 7075 Aluminum
- Available in the Diameter and Height you need
- Scope ring height is from optical center line to top of rail
- Designed to fit Picatinny (MIL-STD-1913) rails.
- Proudly made in the USA
Height is measured from optical center to top of pic rail. Larger diameters are limited in lowest available height. (Q-1)
Weight (ounces) and mass (grams) listed for sizes available. Numbers are for a complete set with hardware weighed on a scale with 0.1 oz resolution. Larger diameter sizes may be similar in weight to smaller diameters because the height is defined as the optical center to top of the rail. Therefore, as the diameter increases the amount of scope ring material between the bottom of the scope tube and the rail decreases. (Q-2)
How To Determine Ring Height
Stack pennies on top of scope mounting rail. Use the same number of pennies in each stack. (Figure 1)
Set and hold scope on pennies. Adjust number of pennies until scope is at desired height with adequate clearance to barrel. (Figure 2)
If you use scope caps, test fit with scope caps. (Figure 3)
Count the number of pennies in one stack.
Find the intersection of the scope diameter and the number of pennies (Number in one stack). This is the recommended scope ring height.
The penny thickness used for this calculation is 1.5mm (0.059 inch). (Figure 4)