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Old 04-02-2013, 04:51 AM   #21
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Now mine is what you call tactical

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I can fit the 10/22 with a scope, inside a nice little pack and also keep a tube filled with about 500 rounds of 22lr and pack a glock in one of the pockets with extra spare mags all in one complete little package and cleaning is a breeze
The takedown models are neat little boogers. Wouldn't mind having a few. Is the backpack they come with heavy duty r just another China pack?
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I'm surprised you like sights that high. A 200-yard iron sights shot on an AR is not unheard of, but 22lr isn't a 200-yard round. You'd have to be really careful where you zero it and be really aware of your hold-overs and hold-unders.

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The takedown models are neat little boogers. Wouldn't mind having a few. Is the backpack they come with heavy duty r just another China pack?
The gun is beautiful the bag is cheap has flimsy plastic d rings for the shoulder strap stitching isnt too good the padding inside is just foam will probably be flat in a couple years zippers feel a little cheap but who know the bag might hold up well ive only had the rifle and bag for like a week ill report later if youd like.
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I'm usually not real big on tactical 22's but that does look pretty cool.

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I'm surprised you like sights that high. A 200-yard iron sights shot on an AR is not unheard of, but 22lr isn't a 200-yard round. You'd have to be really careful where you zero it and be really aware of your hold-overs and hold-unders.

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I didn't want a scope or red dot. That was really the only option and yes, they are really high. I don't think I can zero them in. Not experienced in this and don't know how to. I know how to adjust them and the MOA. I might strip it all down. I need accuracy.
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AR sights are really pretty easy to zero. I didn't realize you weren't sure of what you had. You should probably zero it at 50 yards and then see what happens at 100 yards and 25 yards.

The front sight is your enemy (adjust it opposite the direction you want the holes to move) and the rear sight is your friend (adjust it the same direction you want the holes to move. Let me see if I can explain that:

1) The holes are below your point of aim and you want the holes to go up, you raise the rear sight UP and/or lower the front sight down.

2) The holes are to the left of your point of aim and you want the holes to move right, you move your rear sight to the right. The front sight doesn't have windage.

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AR sights are really pretty easy to zero. I didn't realize you weren't sure of what you had. You should probably zero it at 50 yards and then see what happens at 100 yards and 25 yards.

The front sight is your enemy (adjust it opposite the direction you want the holes to move) and the rear sight is your friend (adjust it the same direction you want the holes to move. Let me see if I can explain that:

1) The holes are below your point of aim and you want the holes to go up, you raise the rear sight UP and/or lower the front sight down.

2) The holes are to the left of your point of aim and you want the holes to move right, you move your rear sight to the right. The front sight doesn't have windage.
I really appreciate this. As far as I know, the rear mbus sight only has left to right windage, so i cannot move it up. Honestly the biggest problem I ma having is that I have put so much money and time to build this kit, I am taking an accurate as hell rifle and slapping sights on it that i am not sure how to make accurate. I know lots about firearms but just like everyone else on this forum, there are a few things I master and a few things I don't. Thanks for the help. So if I move my target to 50 yards, shoot 10 rounds at the bullseye and all ten land about 3-5 inches below the bullseye, what do I do? Thanks again
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...l, m, n, o, p, q, "RS" t, u, v...

"RS." Rear Same. Move the Rear sight the Same direction as you want the point of impact to go.

"RS"!

This does not work at very close ranges while the bullet may be rising in it's arc relative to the line of sight. On a .22 LR at 50 yards it should certainly be vectoring down.

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