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Kloogee
01-08-2013, 22:16
Anybody have some recommendations for new sights for my new 10/22? I find the stock sights to be difficult to see for paper punching and general plinking?

Polak
01-08-2013, 22:34
scope?

Kloogee
01-08-2013, 22:47
Yeah, I'll probably end up with a scope on it at some point, but I'd like to get good with it with open sights for now.

mac66
01-09-2013, 08:07
Tech Sights are the absolute best thing you can do to your 10/22.

www.tech-sights.com

Victoriagotagun
01-09-2013, 12:41
Tech Sights are the absolute best thing you can do to your 10/22.

www.tech-sights.com

I highly recommend Tech Sights. I shoot my 10/22 a lot more now since I put them on. :supergrin:

Grabbrass
01-09-2013, 23:06
If you're wanting to use the 10/22 to produce tight groups from a bench, mount a scope. If you want to learn to shoot better offhand and/or using a sling, plinking your way through a few full BX-25's and having fun with it, tech-sights (or if you're not comfortable with an aperture sight, a red-dot).

Rleee
01-09-2013, 23:26
The problem with the tech sights as I see it is that you have to replace both front and rear sights. If you go with a Williams WGRS sight it mounts in the rear scope mount holes and gives you a low profile peep.

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HAMMERHEAD
01-10-2013, 00:04
The problem with the tech sights as I see it is that you have to replace both front and rear sights. If you go with a Williams WGRS sight it mounts in the rear scope mount holes and gives you a low profile peep.

posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire (http://www.outdoorhub.com/mobile/)
Not low enough to use the stock front sight. I had to buy a taller front sight to use the Williams receiver sight.
Still, it a decent sight. The adjustment lock screws are tiny though.

Bill Keith
01-12-2013, 12:14
Try a bit of 'white out' on the front sight blade and you'll get a better contrast to see better. Some folks use fingernail polish. YMMV

Victoriagotagun
01-14-2013, 11:08
The problem with the tech sights as I see it is that you have to replace both front and rear sights.

How is that a problem? :dunno:

toshbar
01-14-2013, 13:01
Another plug for Tech Sights.......

I prefer the 100 series with elevation adjustment only at the front sight.

http://i741.photobucket.com/albums/xx51/toshbar/CIMG4517.jpg

fyrediver
01-21-2013, 21:13
I'm personally a fan of the NoDakSpud rear sight which includes a picatinny rail combined with the TechSight front sight with the taller National Match front post.

You end up with an AR style sight that you can still mount a scope or red dot to should you choose. I've got my scope on see through rings and set up my stock so my NPOA is correct for the scope. In a pinch I can scrunch and use the irons without removing the scope.

http://www.nodakspud.com/NDS-22.htm
http://www.tech-sights.com/

toshbar
01-21-2013, 23:10
I'm personally a fan of the NoDakSpud rear sight which includes a picatinny rail combined with the TechSight front sight with the taller National Match front post.

You end up with an AR style sight that you can still mount a scope or red dot to should you choose. I've got my scope on see through rings and set up my stock so my NPOA is correct for the scope. In a pinch I can scrunch and use the irons without removing the scope.

http://www.nodakspud.com/NDS-22.htm
http://www.tech-sights.com/
Glad to see more offerings for plinking-tier 10/22 aperture sights.

Now if you really want precision.....Lyman 90MJT! :wow:

PEC-Memphis
01-22-2013, 17:39
Another vote for tech sights.....

Although I haven't seen/tried the NoDakSpud, they seem similar.

There is something satisfying about being able to hit a toy army man at 25m with open sights. (A simulated 800-900m shot at zero wind)

GIG4FUN
01-22-2013, 19:08
My Ruger 10 / 22 has Nikon P22 mounted with Leupold med height and I have the Iphone app for it as well. Very useful thing my wife has become good with. I did buy seven BX25's before the crazy hit too.

It's a good system with the Nikon P22. I recommend.