The first question that has to be answered: Does my scope have a 30 mm tube or a 1" tube? Then you have to know the diameter of the lens. Is it a x44, a x50 and so on. Now, take a look at the rail on the air gun you are mounting it to. Is it smooth or does it have a railroad track appearance? The smooth rail is a dovetail and the track-look is a picatinny/weaver.
You are now ready to look for scope rings.
There is a sea of rings, so we will try to narrow it down. Be sure to look for the rings that fit your scope's tube first. After that is established, you want to look at the lens, the larger lenses require high scope rings. Be sure to choose the right rings based on the rail as we determined earlier. If your air gun has a magazine such as the Marauder or the Gauntlet, this will also require you to mount high rings.
Low and medium rings are chosen when either the rail is placed higher on the air gun, for example the FX Wildcat and the AirForce Texan or there is a smaller lens on the scope and the air gun has no magazine.
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The rings will have customer reviews that can also help you make your decision.