Ruger 10/22 Takedown Sight Set

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(Will work on all 10/22's)

WOW !!!  That was my first response to Ruger's new release of 
A TAKEDOWN 10-22.  I have always been a big fan of the 10-22 in all configurations.  Mounting a scope on a TAKEDOWN rifle seems silly since the idea is to make as small of a package as possible to be easily carried and transported. 


We responded with a shortened version of our BARREL MOUNT sight that clears the takedown mechanism and does not contact the stock during assembly.  THIS IS SLICK AND PROVIDES AN AMAZING SIGHT PICTURE

The Skinner "10-22 BARREL MOUNT" ships with our .125" aperture installed (5 APERTURE SIZES AVAILABLE) and given the uniformity of common ammunition and barrel dimensions, this sight COMES WITH A FRONT SIGHT BUNDLED AS A PACKAGE.

Having both sights mounted on the barrel portion of the rifle ensures repeatability when disassembled and re-assembled.

I have been shooting our test rifle A LOT and it functions flawlessly, assembles and re-assembles easily.  The takedown mechanism is easy to adjust and stays TIGHT even after many assemblies.  AND MOST IMPORTANT!!!  EVERYONE WHO HAS SHOT IT FINDS IT EASY TO SHOOT AND VERY ACCURATE!  (Especially easy for beginning shooters to master)

(Note:  On some (we have had a few reports out of hundreds sold) 10/22 Takedown Rifles, the rear of our sight contacts the barrel contour during installation. Almost every customer has reported success by fitting the dovetail so the rear of the sight can ride up onto the contour.  The difference is slight, and the results are more than satisfactory.  We have not determined why this occurs with some and not all Takedown models.  We have not encountered this issue on standard 10/22's.  Please know that this is ALL the info I can share on this subject.  The solution works great.  This is not a defect or "out of spec" issue with the sight.  We make them all the same)

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(Will work on all 10/22's)

WOW !!!  That was my first response to Ruger's new release of 
A TAKEDOWN 10-22.  I have always been a big fan of the 10-22 in all configurations.  Mounting a scope on a TAKEDOWN rifle seems silly since the idea is to make as small of a package as possible to be easily carried and transported. 


We responded with a shortened version of our BARREL MOUNT sight that clears the takedown mechanism and does not contact the stock during assembly.  THIS IS SLICK AND PROVIDES AN AMAZING SIGHT PICTURE

The Skinner "10-22 BARREL MOUNT" ships with our .125" aperture installed (5 APERTURE SIZES AVAILABLE) and given the uniformity of common ammunition and barrel dimensions, this sight COMES WITH A FRONT SIGHT BUNDLED AS A PACKAGE.

Having both sights mounted on the barrel portion of the rifle ensures repeatability when disassembled and re-assembled.

I have been shooting our test rifle A LOT and it functions flawlessly, assembles and re-assembles easily.  The takedown mechanism is easy to adjust and stays TIGHT even after many assemblies.  AND MOST IMPORTANT!!!  EVERYONE WHO HAS SHOT IT FINDS IT EASY TO SHOOT AND VERY ACCURATE!  (Especially easy for beginning shooters to master)

(Note:  On some (we have had a few reports out of hundreds sold) 10/22 Takedown Rifles, the rear of our sight contacts the barrel contour during installation. Almost every customer has reported success by fitting the dovetail so the rear of the sight can ride up onto the contour.  The difference is slight, and the results are more than satisfactory.  We have not determined why this occurs with some and not all Takedown models.  We have not encountered this issue on standard 10/22's.  Please know that this is ALL the info I can share on this subject.  The solution works great.  This is not a defect or "out of spec" issue with the sight.  We make them all the same)