10/22 Iron Sights for a picky shooter

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  1. Blowgunner

    Blowgunner
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    Alright, I want to build a 10/22. I already have a scoped 10/22 Charger, but want an open sighted rifle for this seasons varmint shoots. The factory Iron sights leave a lot to be desired on the stock 10/22. I've seen the Tech sights, and so forth, that mount to the top of the reciever. The only problem I have with those is asthetics. I dont mind the way they look, but dont like the fact that you either have to leave your old rear sight on, or remove it and have a open dovetail. Either way, that looks like crap to me. So, I guess What im trying to find, is a good set of adjustable iron sights that fit into the stock location, OR iron sights that will fit a bull barrel variation that didnt come with iron sights at all.
    Anyone want to help a picky shooter? :thumbup:
     
  2. samuelm16

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    check out the gi sights they are similar to m1 carbines
     
  3. jbett98

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    Brownells sells dovetail plugs that fill in the slot.
     
  4. Redcap

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    Mill a bull barrel for a front sight. 2x problems solved.
     
  5. Blowgunner

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    Dont those mount to the reciever?

    Ive seen the plugs. Not a big fan of that either. Would rather put a sight there, or not have anything there at all.

    I Like that idea! Approx, what would a gunsmith charge for something like that?
     
  6. coop44

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    Williams makes a reciever sight, not a lot of elevation adjustment though. a shorty ramp base and hooded front will work for the front. Putting a "circle in a circle" and the target in the middle works amazingly well.
     
  7. MountainBear

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    Probably less than an hour of machine time. I would probably say $40 or less.
     
  8. Zepoll

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  9. Mutt

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    Use fire sights on a stock barrel. They fit into the stock sight slots and the fiber optics make them 100% easier to see. I have them on all my 22's.
     
  10. Blowgunner

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    Thos seem to be my options right now. Just need to decide which way i want to go.
     

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