I'm hoping someone else here has been where I'm trying to go and can tell me how to raise the height of my stock 10/22 iron sights just 1/2", so they are easier to acquire visually through Weaver see-through scope mounts. I was careful to buy raised rings that screw right onto the receiver, without that little mini-Weaver rail that comes with the rifle (and blocks the stock sights altogether). But even with the thinnest Weaver mounts made just for this application, only the upper tips of the rear and front sights are visible at the very bottom of the opening (on a bright day, facing east or west, in a good mood, after coffee). If I could raise both sights 1/2", then they'd stick up far enough to be plainly visible through the scope mounts - and actually become useful again. Note: Tech-Sights and Williams make impressive looking peep sights, but both of their rear sights screw into the receiver - so no more scope. Even 1/4" higher would work. Is there some kind of higher sight I'm not finding online? Maybe an adapter I can tap into the existing dovetail slots on the barrel? It's a fun rifle with a scope or iron sights, and I suspect I'll like it even more when I can use both - quickly - without all the eye crossing contortions it takes right now to find the bead. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any solutions you might be aware of. Thanks in advance!