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Tech Sight's TSR200 Adjustable Aperture Sight for the Ruger® 10/22® Rifle

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  • M16 GI type sights for your Ruger 10/22
  • Compatible with standard M16/AR15 posts, in case you want to customize
  • TSR200 allows for additional elevation adjustment at the rear sight.
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Product Description

TSR200 Aperture Sight for Ruger 10/22 Now STANDARD with Extended National Front Post - allowing for shooting at shorter ranges. FEATURES: 8" Longer Sighting Radius Rear Sight Base mounts solidly to the rear of the receiver utilizing the existing tapped scope base holes. TSR200 allows for additional elevation adjustment at the rear sight. Uses incremental windage adjustment with rugged detent locking. Front sight tower comes with standard incremental detent adjustable AR15 type post designed for the AR15. This gives the shooter a wide variety of aftermarket post designs for the AR15 that work with this Front Sight Tower. Now made with steel parts. Will not work ona 10/22 tactical as it has non-removable scope mount rail. All Standard 10/22s work. Compatible with TS211 Sight adjusting tool (ASIN: B0086T8IVU) and IRAS aperture inserts(ASIN: B00ANWVAAY). (not included but also available on Amazon) front sight fits standard barrel (Bull barrel is .920" and requires adapter TS157 not included) If you have scope rails such as Tactical 10/22 or want to use with after market installed rails there is a rail version of this sight called TSR200RL ASIN: B00BQUTYDC also available on Amazon

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  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0047X82V0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,961 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Richard on September 12, 2012
These are EXCELLENT standard military style iron-sights which easily add on to your rifle (a Ruger 10/22 in my case). If you are using these for a Liberty Training Rifle or Appleseed, get the TSR100 model. The difference between the TSR100 and TSR200 is the TSR100 adjusts for elevation only at the front sights, while the TSR200 adjusts for elevation at both front and rear sight as well as for windage at the rear sights (more than what is needed for Appleseed). Do get the front sight tool for adjustment (TS155), on a .22lr you can't use the bullet tip to push down the front sight adjustment pin as you can on center fire rifles. IF you get the TSR200, also get the rear sight elevation adjustment tool (TS211) because it isn't easily adjusted the way it is on an AR15 or similar sighting system. Regarding installation, the Ruger 10/22 has a thin solder on the front sight, so you will have to bang it to break the solder connection and get the front sight to move. Drive the front sight out from left to right (the only way it will move). Once you do, the stock front sight will come out. Use Blue Locktite. The 3rd screw on the front of the front sight (i.e., pointing from barrel to stock) is a pain to get lined up because of the angle it is on. It's better to install it first then slide the front sight into the dovetail, just don't tighten this screw down before doing so. I had to remove a set of Tech-SIGHT'S from a rifle and the Locktite was so strong I stripped the hex bolt screw head trying to get them out. I eventually had to cut the head of the left front sight side bolt to push them out. Moral of the story, once on correctly, they won't go anywhere. No, you can't add a scope without drilling and tapping your receiver to add more mounting holes once you put these on.Read more ›
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These are used a lot by Appleseed, but I wouldn't recommend it for hunting or multiple target distance changes. The actual adjustments of turning the windage and elevation is not an easy thing to do. You may want to use a tool to do it. But on the positive side, they are a nice setup. The one thing though is removing your front sight. Some of the 10/22 have a really big problem as removing the front sight is a bear. If you look on youtube many will be banging away on their front sight. Forget the vice that people mention and don't believe the instructions that you're just going to tap the front sight to the right. What works best is a metal (or wood) block that has a half-cylinder indention in it to lay the barrel in it to knock that front sight out. Once you get that front sight out, installation is less than a minute.
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I took this out to a rustic range today and shot my Ruger 10/22 carbine using the tailgate of my Ford Ranger pick up as the table. I didn't have anything to sit on. Poor planning on my part. I squatted and used my left fist as a stand and my right hand as the shooter.
This range was nothing but a trashed up valley with lots of old shot up computer parts, so I can't say anything is precise.
I paced off 29 long steps which I assume was at least 25 yards and set up a target. Once I got this sight sighted in I shot 8 or 9 out of 10 within a 1 inch square of blue painter's tape. For me that is exceptional. I wish I had taken a tape measure an Apple-Seed AQT target because I think I would have passed sharpshooter and actually made a rifleman's score for the first time ever.
I'm looking for the next Appleseed in my area and I really think with the 10/22 and this peep site I'll be getting my patch. Thumbs up on the site. Use Blue Locktight. The third screw on the front site doesn't work very well, but with the blue Locktite and a decent turn on the screw it didn't loosen in the 200 to 300 rounds I shot today.
Rated this as 4 of 5 because the center front site screw didn't want to go in correctly and I still don't know if it is right. It's tight and I'm shooting on target regardless of whether it is right or not.
Kent
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I put some of the TSR200 Tech Sights on my Ruger 10/22 Takedown. From everything I've read, these sights should hold zero and work fine with a Takedown model as long as the connector on the receiver is tight so there's no wobble. Haven't sighted this set in yet, but I've shot these on a wooden 10/22 rifle and it is night and day compared to the factory iron sights. Faster acquisition of targets and on hot days you can actually focus on the front sight post and see what's behind it! Install is easy just be sure to follow the instructions on installing the front sight post and use Loctite on most screws. The hardest part of the install is taking off your factory Ruger front sight post, which is lightly welded to the barrel so you really have to break that weld and smack it off. I've done a pretty comprehensive review and installation video on YouTube here: [...] on my OutdoorEnthusiast88 Channel. Sighting in doesn't really require a tool, just use a nail to push the retention pins in on the front and rear sights to adjust. Overall I love the way these sights look and how accurate they can be!
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This is a great peep sight for the Ruger 10/22. Easy to put on. Make sure that you use blue (Loctite) for screws. I sighted it in with NO problem. This makes a person use sights for marksmanship. (any idiot can use a scope like a video game) The original open sight that comes with the rifle from Ruger are not that great for adjusting windage. (left to right)
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