Warne Debuts 40mm Mountain Tech Rings

posted on November 15, 2019

Warne Scope Mounts has released a 40mm Mountain Tech Low Ring set, designed for the Swarovski dS scope. The rings utilize the patented Mountain Tech design, and are machined from billet 7075 T6 aluminum. For durability, the rings themselves are hardcoat anodized, while their hardware is stainless steel. The rings will fit Picatinny- and Weaver-style mounts, and are NATO-STANAG compatible.

"We have worked closely with Swarovski to develop a ring set that is lightweight, strong and the optimal height for the Swarovski dS scope. We are proud to be recommended as the ring set of choice by Swarovski," said Ken Flood, vice president of sales for Warne Scope Mounts.

The new Mountain Tech Low Ring set has an MSRP of $239.99. For more information, please visit warnescopemounts.com.

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