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      Take a look at Ded Nutz one piece

      This what I used on a 10/22 with a Ruger 0.920 inch T hammer forged Barrel to mount a Mueller 8.5X25X50mm scope. With the high mount scope mount model the scope bell clears the barrel approx 1.5 mm. Installation was easy and it seems to be a very solid one piece mount. Have it sited in and used it one other time and no movement. Time will confirm.

      http://www.opticsplanet.net/dnz-dednutz-ruger-10-22-1in-scope-mount.html
       
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      I have went to the one piece mount that DNZ sells really like them.

      DNZ 10/22

      As far as just a rail I'll let the others speak up on that.
       
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      me too

      I was doing the same thing last week. I was debating getting a more affordable scope while I waited for another higher end (costly) scope that is on back order.

      Here's the thread.

      Also take a look at the Bushnell Banner Scopes, they are nice and affordable.

      I learned a few things: Its better to spend a little more of a name brand scope, even if it not as powerful as an unknown band at the same price. Fancy features can't make up for a lack of quality. Take you time read as much as you can about each scope you're looking at, google is your friend and research buddy. Budget in scope rings. I suggest looking at the DNZ one-peice rings for the 10/22, their good stuff.

      Good luck!
       
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      I'm a huge fan of the DNZ mount/ring combo. I have it on 4 10/22's and 1 Charger.

      http://www.opticsplanet.net/dnz-dednutz-ruger-10-22-1in-scope-mount.html

      Quick release sounds convenient, but I would hesitate to introduce another variable into the mix (removable barrel, removable scope).

      If you're considering a red dot, I second the Fastfire. My only complaint has been that the auto-adjusting brightness isn't as bright as I would like. The Leupold Deltapoint is brighter, but also twice the price.

      Burris has addressed my whining with the FastFire III, which has three preset brightnesses in addition to the auto-adjust. On the III, you can also change the battery without removing and rezeroing the sight.

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      I order some. Have some things I don't like about the one I have now (cheap base). Did a search for them but didn't find anything. Here's the link where I purchased them. http://www.opticsplanet.com/dnz-dednutz-ruger-10-22-1in-scope-mount.html

      I ordered the medium height rings. I have a 36 mm objective. That should be right. Right? They got almost a 5 in the reviews from the site.
       
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      I order some. Have some things I don't like about the one I have now (cheap base). Did a search for them but didn't find anything. Here's the link where I purchased them. http://www.opticsplanet.com/dnz-dednutz-ruger-10-22-1in-scope-mount.html

      I ordered the medium height rings. I have a 36 mm objective. That should be right. Right? They got almost a 5 in the reviews from the site.
      I use this mount and think its fantastic. One peice and rock solid. I use a Med on a 43 mm obj and it clears by 1/4 inch.
       
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