I've got it in my head that I want to put a survival 10/22 together. In the end, I want it light, accurate, durable, and under $500. I plan to buy a $200 carbine and put a Houge stock on it, since they have great grip in the wet. I want to put a decent 1-4 power scope on it because a .22 isn't to useful over the distance that 4 power is ok for. I'm considering a fluted bull barrel, but I don't know if I want to loose my sight and gain the weight, advise? My questions are, should I go with the heavy barrel? Are there any good sights that don't cost a ton, and won't interfere with a scope? And what internal parts should I change?