Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Ruger 10-22 OKO Sight Mount

As I've been relating recently, I've been putting in a lot of time with the new CNC milling machine designing and manufacturing a line of Red Dot sight mounts. The first mounts are for the OKO Red Dot sights, but some other mounts are in the works too, just down the road a bit.

Here's the third sight mount in the new OKO mount series. This mount is designed to mount to the receiver of the Ruger 10-22 rimfire semi-auto rifle using the factory drilled holes, provided your receiver has been factory drilled.

Top View - Enlarge the picture and take a close look at the finish!

Bottom view.

If your 10-22 has a hole pattern like this, then this mount will bolt right on.

The new mount bolted to by beat up old Ruger 10-22.

Here's the right side, with the OKO Red Dot sight installed in the mount.
A lot of the sights out there clamp on to a Weaver or Picatinny rail, but the necessity of the rail raises the sight up farther away from the center line of the barrel. The lower you can mount the sight the better. This mount eliminates the Weaver or Picatinny rail completely. It makes for a very solid mounting of the sight.

If you think an OKO sight and one of these mounts is what your 10-22 needs, they are available at Magnum Shooter's Supply on line. The sight sells for 244.95, and the mount is 79.95.

I should add that I am the importer and distributor for the full line of OKO Red Dot sights from the Czech Republic. I also own Magnum Shooters Supply. I also use the OKO sights on just about everything I own, and wouldn't want to switch, either!



At Thursday, March 01, 2012 11:15:00 AM, Blogger Sigivald said...

Are there 10/22s that aren't drilled with that hole pattern?

Maybe the very earliest ones?

I know my 20 year old one has 'em, and I don't recall it being optional even then.

(Or did they change patterns at some point?)


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