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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: yukonal] #13892796 06/11/19
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Originally Posted by JGRaider
So what are you guys scoping your 10/22's with nowadays?


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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13892813 06/11/19
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Aimpoint T1.... but it’s not a Ruger...

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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: elkhuntinguide] #13892817 06/11/19
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Originally Posted by elkhuntinguide
Aimpoint T1.... but it’s not a Ruger...

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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13893541 06/12/19
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Leupold VX1 2-7x33.

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: elkhuntinguide] #13893642 06/12/19
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That 10/22 looks great with that T1 on it.Im thinking about getting an H2 micro for 1 of my 10/22 rifles.From the looks of that 100yd group your T1 is working out good for you.Ya got to love those mini mags they work really well in all of my rimfires.

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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13893665 06/12/19
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I just purchased a Ruger Target Lite 10/22 last week, and installed a Nikko Stirling 4-12x44 LRX Game King that I had sitting around. It came on a Howa rifle a few years ago. It has a parallax adjustment down to 10 yards, and I plan on leaving it at 25 yds, and adjusting when necessary. It is actually a pretty decent scope for being priced at about $150 new. I did have to go with high rings because it is 44mm, and it is a pretty heavy scope, but I think it will work out well.
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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13893707 06/12/19
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Hard not to like 10/22s...


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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13894518 06/12/19
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I put a Leupold Alaskan on mine.....


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Had vari x II. 4-12AO. On my heavy bbl. Switched to 3-9x EFR. Fingergroove has VX1. 2-7x

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13894746 06/12/19
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I have an old Redfield 3x9 Accutrac. I have the amount of clicks figured out to 200 yards.



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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: gunut] #13894940 06/12/19
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Originally Posted by gunut
I put a Leupold Alaskan on mine.....


I have a Leupold Alaskan on a Miroku Winchester 52 Sporter. The 7/8" tube doesn't overwhelm the small action like a bigger scope does. To me it is in sync with the rifle, not too big, not too small, just right.

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13896426 06/13/19
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JG- not sure how much you want to spend for a scope on your plinker. I am super happy with my Hawke, I wasn't looking for a Leupold - and the snob in me didn't want a Simmons( though just like others here I have a buddy who has been deadly with his for years).

Thought I would throw this out there for consideration as it seems to be just about what you said you were looking for.

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ps- glad you read my ocomment abut the soft receive. I ended up using epoxy in one screw hole- didn't want it to happen to others.

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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13896672 06/13/19
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Big scopes tend to "look big" on 10/22 rifles, especially those with conventionally shaped stocks and thinner barrels.
That's why I like the smaller 3-9 x 33 AO Leupold.
But those bigger ones do work very well as far as magnification and adjustable objective.
Also, with a 10/22, you don't have any ocular/bolt clearance issues.


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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13896712 06/13/19
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Hawke make a nice scope with calibrations in it for a .22. I have one on my 10/22 and it is a great scope for the gun. Mine is a 3-9x40 sport HD IR. It is illuminated with markings in it out to 200 yards. I think this model is discontinued but they replaced it with a similar model.

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: Dirtfarmer] #13896787 06/13/19
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Originally Posted by Dirtfarmer
Here's another EFR 3-9x33 A/O on a loooong CZ 2500, a rather unusual rifle with 29" barrel. This one has a Timney trigger, is really accurate and quiet with that long tube.

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I have the same scope on my 452 (which also has a Timney:).......best scope I've had on a rimfire.

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Went old school with a Leupold 4X Rimfire and those ugly old Weaver rings on my 10/22.....it seemed like the thing to do on a FS rifle. It works fine for plinking which is all I use this rifle for.

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Originally Posted by FieldGrade
Originally Posted by Dirtfarmer
Here's another EFR 3-9x33 A/O on a loooong CZ 2500, a rather unusual rifle with 29" barrel. This one has a Timney trigger, is really accurate and quiet with that long tube.

DF

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I have the same scope on my 452 (which also has a Timney:).......best scope I've had on a rimfire.

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Went old school with a Leupold 4X Rimfire and those ugly old Weaver rings on my 10/22.....it seemed like the thing to do on a FS rifle. It works fine for plinking which is all I use it rifle for.

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My best scope on my best rifle is a Kahles 2-7x36 rimfire on a Cooper Classic .22LR.

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Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: Dirtfarmer] #13897021 06/13/19
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I had a Cooper Classic in 17AH.......great rifle but the distance from the grip to the trigger was to far for me and my short hands to shoot it well.

GeeDub now owns it.

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13897023 06/13/19
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If you strip a 10/22 scope base hole, Brownells sells a kit............about 40 bucks, for the tap and screws.

Do not need to mod your 6-48 screw scope base.

Can get w fillister or Weaver type screws.

Screws are long and need to be ground to length.

I bought an old 10/22 ('67) with a boogered up hole and got the kit.

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: JGRaider] #13897024 06/13/19
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Haven't sold my heavy bbl yet, think I might keep it and slap a Burris Droptine 4.5-14X on it.
It only goes down to 50 yards, but I can dial it down to lower power for 25.
That'd be hunting anyway, tend to shoot most of my .22 target stuff at 50yards.

Re: Ruger 10/22 [Re: kenjs1] #13897566 06/13/19
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I just went all-in on Simmons! Bought five 3-9x50s for under $22 a piece, shipped! LOL

I got one and was like damn, that's like a $25 scope!


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