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Barrett Firearms Zero Gap 30mm High 7075 T6 Aluminum Scope Ring, Hard Anodized Black - 13323
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Barrett Firearms Zero Gap 30mm High 7075 T6 Aluminum Scope Ring, Hard Anodized Black - 13323

SKU 791988
Brand Barrett
Model Number 13323
UPC 816715010124
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Product Details


  • Series/Collection: Zero Gap
  • Gun Type: Rifles
  • Ring Diameter: 30mm
  • Ring Height: High (1.3")
  • Material: 7075 T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Hard Anodized Black
  • Weight: 8.32 oz


These high-tech scope rings give you the perfect interface between your scope and rifle with Barrett s ZERO-GAP technology. Manufactured from 7075 aluminum alloy, they grip tight even under the heaviest recoil without adding unwanted weight.

Unlike traditional scope rings which require careful attention be paid to maintaining equal gap between the upper and lower ring halves, Barrett's ZERO-GAP technology eliminates this tedious process. Simply tighten the cap on the indicated side, verify reticule alignment, tighten the remaining side, and fire away. The end result is a perfect fit between scope and mount that will withstand even the heaviest recoiling rifles. Machined from 7075-T5 aluminum and with Mil-Spec Type III anodized finish, Zero-gap Rings are available in a variety of heights for both 30mm, 34mm, and 35mm optics. Simplicity at its finest.


  • Holding area - Barrett zero gap rings are wider than typical rings at 1.2 inches, this creates a greater surface area of contact between the ring and scope maintube, the benefit is a secure grip on the optic that will hold up under heavy recoil
  • Holding area - along with this solid connection comes protection for your expensive scope, the broad clamping area spreads out the forces and reduces the likelihood of denting or distorting the scope tube
  • Holding area - the same benefits in scope holding translate directly to the mount's ability to hold on the rail, more width in rail clamping area is better
  • Heavy-duty hardware - the rail clamping cross bolt and nut are precision machined from hardened steel alloys, the cross bolt is securely pressed into the scope ring base, and the end of the bolt is staked to retain the nut
  • Heavy-duty hardware - the cross bolt is designed with a broad shoulder to perfectly interface with cross slots of mil spec 1913 rail to resist even the harshest recoil
  • Heavy-duty hardware - the top cap of each ring is retained by four robust Torx screws placed with broad spacing to provide consistent and evenly distributed clamping force
  • Precision and tolerance - all critical features on Barrett Zero-Gap Rings are machined with great care, the 30-mm bore will be exactly that with a diameter tolerance of plus or minus 0.001 inches, perfect roundness and position in relation to the mounting rail
  • Precision and tolerance - angles and surfaces in the rail clamping feature of the lower ring are held to great positional tolerances to ensure the scope is held centered when bolted up to the rail
  • Fit and finish- every component of Barrett zero-gap rings is carefully handled all the way to packaging, all edges are beautifully rounded to prevent snags and resist corner wear
  • Fit and finish - the 7075 T6 components are hard anodize coated in black to Mil-Spec MIL-A-8625 Type III Class 2 specification for superior surface hardness (60 Rockwell) and resistance to wear
  • Fit and finish - steel components are manganese phosphate coated to mil spec DOD-P-16232 Type M Class 2 specification
  • Height from contact point to scope ring center is 1 to 1.7 inches


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