- Set of 0.65-inch STD low rings for Leupold riflescopes
- Rugged, dependable design with machined-steel construction
- Fits securely with STD one- or two-piece base for maximum accessibility
- Forward part of base accepts dovetail ring for solid locking
- Available in five total ring heights; matte black finish
The Leupold STD mounting system is a simple, yet secure mounting solution for attaching a riflescope to the receiver of your favorite firearm. STD rings and bases are extremely dependable, and they can be combined in a variety of configurations to suit your shooting needs.
STD Rings are made of CNC machined steel with two Torx head cap screws. The front ring has a machined dovetail that fits directly into the corresponding opening of a STD rail, while the rear ring is machined to lock in securely to the STD rail's windage screws. This system is easy to install, and provides a repeatable mounting solution that can be adapted to nearly any firearm.
This pair of low STD rings place the centerline of the scope 0.65"" above the top of the mounting base. Details
- Ring style: Standard
- Fits 1.0"" main tube
- Low rings - 0.65"" Mounting Height
- Machined steel with 2 Torx head cap-screws
- Compatible with STD 1-piece and STD 2-piece bases
Leupold mounts are every bit as rugged and dependable as the Leupold optics they're intended to secure. This particular set of 0.65-inch machined-steel STD low rings fits securely with an STD one-or two-piece base, offering maximum accessibility to the breech area of your rifle. STD two-piece bases also fit right- and left-handed actions, with reversible bases available for many actions. In addition, the forward part of the base accepts a dovetail ring, locking it solidly into position. Available in four other ring heights, these STD low rings boast a medium finish and carry Leupold's full lifetime guarantee.
From humble immigrant beginnings, Leupold grew--based on a promise of quality--to become a classic American company. In 1907, Fred Leupold set up a one-man shop at 5th and Oak streets in Portland to repair surveying equipment. He was joined by his brother-in-law, Adam Voelpel, and later by inventor John Cyprian Stevens, and the foundations for a century of success were in place.
During Leupold’s second half-century, the company focused heavily on the sports optics business. Leupold’s presence in the hunting and shooting market expanded with innovative optics and features that are now legendary among hunters, shooters, and outdoors enthusiasts. Many of the industry’s standards--nitrogen waterproofing, the Duplex reticle, and more--were Leupold creations.