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    Boolit Man
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    WTB/WTT for Ruger or Leupold low scope rings

    I need a pair of low rings for my Ruger 77/357, either stainless or blued. I can trade the original rings that came with the rifle (marked "5" which I think means high) or a Lee loader deluxe 20 gauge reloading set (hardly used) or $. I think the Ruger low rings are marked "3". Thanks!
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    I have some low blued ruger factory rings off of a mini-14.
    I'm not a ruger expert so I don't know if these will work for you.
    PM sent.
    Last edited by edp2k; 11-07-2019 at 07:36 PM.

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    I am not familiar with Ruger ring numbers but I have a new in the packages 2 rings that Ruger sent me as replacements for a Mark II rifle. I never used them. They are marked on the package 4B, and 3B. james

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    The low rings should be marked "3", "3B", "3K", or "3KTG". The "3" indicates the lowest height ring. Here's Ruger's chart:
    https://media.midwayusa.com/pdf/refe...ring_chart.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven66 View Post
    I need a pair of low rings for my Ruger 77/357, either stainless or blued. I can trade the original rings that came with the rifle (marked "5" which I think means high) or a Lee loader deluxe 20 gauge reloading set (hardly used) or $. I think the Ruger low rings are marked "3". Thanks!
    I have a set of blue ones that measure about .320". They're not actually stamped 3B, but according to Brownells a 3B is .325" so that's what they'd have to be. They're yours for $24 shipped if you want them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadHead72 View Post
    I have a set of blue ones that measure about .320". They're not actually stamped 3B, but according to Brownells a 3B is .325" so that's what they'd have to be. They're yours for $24 shipped if you want them.
    Is it .320" from the top of the base (on the rifle) to the bottom of the ring?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven66 View Post
    Is it .320" from the top of the base (on the rifle) to the bottom of the ring?
    Yes, that's where I'm measuring it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadHead72 View Post
    I have a set of blue ones that measure about .320". They're not actually stamped 3B, but according to Brownells a 3B is .325" so that's what they'd have to be. They're yours for $24 shipped if you want them.
    PM sent
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNsailorman View Post
    I am not familiar with Ruger ring numbers but I have a new in the packages 2 rings that Ruger sent me as replacements for a Mark II rifle. I never used them. They are marked on the package 4B, and 3B. james
    PM sent
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    PM received and replied. Here's a picture to give you a better idea. I went to a better-lit area and measured again and it's actually more like .315".
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