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These Quick Detach TacRings are precision made on 5 axis CNC machinery at our state of the art facility in the UK. Everything is made by us, in house, from raw materials. Nothing is imported from Asia and repackaged, ever.

This allows total control of the supply chain and the manufacturing process, so you know these scope rings have been quality controlled by us from the design phase through to final assembly.

The key to our unique accuracy in manufacture is to minimise the number of operations required to complete the machining process.

We've achieved this by investing heavily in the highest quality CNC machines available on the market, and creating innovations in the machining process. There is no accuracy loss due to resetting for different operations, and Tier One rings are milled to a market leading tolerance of 3 microns. 

Due to the precision of the manufacturing process, lapping is not required when mounted on a quality picatinny rail.

Screws are stainless steel and designed, prototyped and manufactured on our own in-house machines, for perfect ergonomics and performance.

Height Options

 30mm Tube Low  25mm  Ideal for conventional rifles where the underside of the scope objective lens is unobstructed.
 34mm Tube Med  27mm  Ideal for conventional rifles where the underside of the scope objective lens is unobstructed.


  • Manufactured from High Grade 7075T6 Aluminium for very light weight but excellent rigidity
  • Large scope clamping area to withstand heavy recoil
  • Made in 30mm and 34mm
  • Mil-Spec 30 micron hard anodized finish
  • Built in Anti-Cant bubble
  • Compatible with Tier-One bolt on accessory rails available for ring caps
  • Compatible with Tier-One ring reducers
  • One Hit machining to ensure repeatability
  • Supplied complete with necessary Torx bits
  • A pair of Quick Detach TacRings weighs approximately 204g.

34mm Ring top rail (3 screw) accessory:


Two options for using a fixed bubble level to level the fall of shot with your scope:f using a holdover reticle:

  • Set up a plumb bob line at about 10 – 30 meters.
  • Attach the rings to the rifle.
  • Put in the scope, lightly tension the ring cap screws.
  • Point the rifle / scope at the plumb bob line.
  • Level the bubble level on the rings.
  • Rotate the scope in the rings so the vertical cross hair is perfectly vertical to the plumb bob line.
  • Correctly tension ring cap screws.
  • Have a beer.

If dialling up on the elevation turret:

  • This is aka a "Tall Target Test".
  • Set up a large target at 50m or 100m. 50m is good because you can shoot tiny groups and the wind has no major effect.
  • Use a plumb bob to scribe a perfectly vertical line up the target.
  • Mount the rings and scope. Get the scope roughly level in the rings by aligning the vertical cross hair with the vertical plumb bob line while the bubble level is level.
  • Properly tension the ring screws.
  • Zero in on a aiming spot off the line, ensure the bubble level is level.
  • Shoot a group at a aiming spot at the bottom of the vertical line. Ensure bubble level is level.
  • Dial up an amount and shoot the next group near the top of the vertical line while you still aim at the aiming spot at the bottom. Ensure bubble level is level.
  • Note if the high group is to the left or right of the vertical line:
    • If it is left; rotate the scope in the rings clockwise a small amount.
    • If it is right; rotate the scope in the rings anti-clockwise a small amount.
  • Be sure to re-tension the rings correctly. This is a good moment to assess if your scope position and eye relief is comfortable for you.
  • Repeat groups until the upper shots group perfectly on the vertical line. Ensure bubble level is level for each shot and group.
  • Use this test and some maths to check your scope elevation dial is indeed applying the correct elevation selected. Not all do. Good ballistic solvers have an input to correct for this.
  • Not all scopes have the crosshairs aligned perfectly vertical when the elevation dial has the shots tracking perfectly vertical. This is a common issue with anything less than top tier optics.
  • Beer.


  • With second focal plane reticle scopes, use the zoom setting you will use in the field when aligning or shooting each group; as many second focal plane scopes will shift POI with zoom changes.

Why choose Stäger?


The highest standard of quality is our norm. Our designs, technologies, materials and workmanship are second to none.


We will do our best to get you into the right product for your purpose. We make the process clear and easy.

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