UTG adds Accu-Sync color series to scope accessories lineup

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The Accu-Sync scope rings delivers standard black in addition to an array of other colors. (Photo: UTG)

UTG grows its scope ring catalogue, introducing the new Accu-Sync color series of 1913 Picatinny scope rings.

The series offers the Accu-Sync line in Flat Dark Earth, OD Green and Gun Metal Cerakote in addition to matte red and blue anodize finishes. The Accu-Syncs are made of 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum and are available in 1-inch, 30mm and 34mm scope tubes.

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The 1913 Picatinny scope rings are constructed of aluminum and available in three sizes. (Photo: UTG)

Featuring lightning cuts throughout the scope ring’s base, the Accu-Sync is engineered to offer a unique look with a lightweight feel. The scope rings sport a full legnth locking plate held in place by Torx scews and a bottom base outfitted with integral square-shaped recoil stops. This construction prevents rearward or forward movement of the rings during recoil. All edges have been chamfered to prevent snagging or scratching while also providing access to the scope’s windage and elevation torrent.

With a total of 12 models, UTG says shooters should be able to find exactly what they need to suit shooting needs.

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The scope rings feature lightning cuts in the design. (Photo: UTG)

“Twelve different models round out the series and share the same key features that set the Accu-Sync scope rings above and beyond the rest,” UTG said in a statement. “Make your next fine-tuned choice for top level performance with Accu-Sync scope rings. Accuracy synchronized.”

The black Accu-Sync models start at $44 while the colored versions start at $64.

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