Stopped by my parents' house for a while, and my dad and I put about 100 rounds through my new 10/22. Probably would have fired more, but we were getting a tad frosty with the wind and cold. First several loads in the factory magazine were a little stiff to chamber. Have the bolt handle a good shove, and it chambered the firts round of ever mag. After about 30 rounds, the mag was loose enough to chamber the first round every time. Not a huge fan of the factory sights. The golden nib on the fore sight is easy to lose sight of in various light conditions. Also thinking of flipping the rear sight aperature over, so it's just the flat-top side. The double indent in the factory setup was a beast to get sighted in properly. I was shooting consistently high, so I might have to go one click up, though I'd like to get another 100 rounds through in far tighter groups before I do. We were mostly firing standing, and that's a poor way to get a group. Once we got bored shootingpaper, we switched to cans. Federal Copper Hollow Points make empty WD40 cans jump! lol. Anyone else have issues with the factory sights on their 10/22? Anyone use the fiber-optic "glow" sights? My dad brought out his old Remington Model 33 single-shot, and I think he wants my Ruger. He likes the semi-auto over the old single-shot.