Warne’s New Vapor Line of Lightweight Scope Mounts

Warne Vapor scope mount

Courtesy Warne

Warne is pleased to announce the introduction of its new line of performance products for the price-conscious shooter.  The Vapor product line is a lightweight and durable design that is easy to install while retaining the made-in-USA quality and best-in-class performance Warne is known for.

The Vapor line includes 1″ and 30mm rings in three heights, 2-piece Weaver-style bases for most popular rifles, and MSR mounts in both zero and 20 MOA.  All Vapor line products are made from 6061 T6 aluminum and include Warne’s lifetime warrant and industry-leading customer service.

Warne Vapor scope mount

Courtesy Warne

“The Vapor Line of mounts and bases is the culmination of 28 years of expertise in designing and manufacturing world-class products.  I am confident our ability to offer a more affordable product line that is still made in the USA will enhance our ability to continue to be the market leader in mounting solutions,” said Ken Flood, Vice President of Sales.


  1. avatar Joey says:

    Lightweight vapor line, no mention of weights… real detail there.

    1. avatar Rad Man says:

      Sorry, wicked lightweight.
      – Warne

      1. avatar Joey says:

        Well, now I’m sold- I’ll take 4.

  2. avatar Zapp Brannigan says:

    No price, no link to the product, nothing to see here folks.

    Great waste of bandwidth, TTAG.

  3. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

    i buy warne because steel. ounces is pounds; i’ll take rugged.
    how would their 6061 be lighter than another? porous castings?

  4. avatar uncommon_sense says:

    Is this what everyone has been talking about when they mention “vaporware”???

    1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

      mandatory oil huffing nudist colony, vape or wear.

  5. avatar Ian says:

    I’m guessing this is preliminary to a full release at SHOT show next week. Otherwise the details are lighter than the rings.

  6. avatar mrbadnews says:

    … those look like the old Nikon aluminum rings with 2 bolts per instead of 4.
    no bueno

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