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Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 29 Mar 2013, 11:38
by jgreenberg01
I'm really frustrated with my 10/22 now. The thing was a tack-driver before the suppressor and now with it installed, I have 2 problems with accuracy:

1) With CCI 40gr standard velocity ammo, there is not enough elevation adjustment on the Nikon scope, and

2) The Remington subsonic ammo sprays all over the place. I'm talking 6 inch groups at 25 yards.

Normally I would just go out and get a bunch of different types of ammo to find one that works, but... THERE ISN'T ANY FRACKING AMMO!!!! I feel like I can't use the rifle any more.

:wall: :furious: :wall: :furious: :wall: :furious:

Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 29 Mar 2013, 12:53
by Vortec MAX
jgreenberg01 wrote:
Vortec MAX wrote: That's the same scope I put on my son's takedown. I haven't been able to get it in the bag without first removing the scope. How'd you do it?

Mike
I don't know how to answer that other than by saying: just slide it in there.
I got it in, but it was pretty tight and I couldn't close the flap.

LOL... have fun with that comment.

Mike

Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 29 Mar 2013, 13:17
by panzermk2
jgreenberg01 wrote:I'm really frustrated with my 10/22 now. The thing was a tack-driver before the suppressor and now with it installed, I have 2 problems with accuracy:

1) With CCI 40gr standard velocity ammo, there is not enough elevation adjustment on the Nikon scope, and

2) The Remington subsonic ammo sprays all over the place. I'm talking 6 inch groups at 25 yards.

Normally I would just go out and get a bunch of different types of ammo to find one that works, but... THERE ISN'T ANY FRACKING AMMO!!!! I feel like I can't use the rifle any more.

:wall: :furious: :wall: :furious: :wall: :furious:

Rem 22lr in general sucks. Aguila makes the best sub sonic 22lr.

Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 30 Mar 2013, 11:03
by jmz5
panzermk2 wrote: Aguila makes the best sub sonic 22lr.
Now you done it, you opened the can. :laugh:

I disagree. Wolf makes the best for the best price, lapua makes the best if money was no object.

Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 05 Apr 2013, 08:24
by Mister Freeze
I was able to score one of these, and now am looking for sights from a 77/22 so that I can see them over the provided rail. Too bad even those won't be tall enough to see through the hole provided in my scope mount :furious: Anybody got a good fix for this?

Jeff- did yours come with 1 or 2 straps for the case? Mine only had 1; I'd need a second to make it into a backpack.

Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 05 Apr 2013, 09:52
by Vortec MAX
The Leupold Rifleman scope rail has a groove down the center. You can barely see the top of the stock sights with it installed. The sights are really low profile on these rifles.

Mike

Re: Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Posted: 05 Apr 2013, 14:15
by jgreenberg01
Mister Freeze wrote:I was able to score one of these, and now am looking for sights from a 77/22 so that I can see them over the provided rail. Too bad even those won't be tall enough to see through the hole provided in my scope mount :furious: Anybody got a good fix for this?

Jeff- did yours come with 1 or 2 straps for the case? Mine only had 1; I'd need a second to make it into a backpack.
Yeah mine came with only one strap as well which I thought was strange since there's 2 loops on the top and bottom of the bag.