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Tactical 10/22 V-Block - Secures Barrel With No Barrel Sag.

Tactical 10/22 V-Block - Secures Barrel With No Barrel Sag.
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Price: $19.00
Product ID : 005-107
Manufacturer: Tactical Solutions
Shipping Weight: 0.05 lbs
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Tactical V-Block for the Ruger 10/22
  Barrel droop or barrel sag is a consideration when you're seeking optimum accuracy and scope alignment with the Ruger 10/22. The standard slip-fit of the barrel to the receiver can be drawn or pulled downward as it is tighten onto the receiver with the factory V-Block. The extent of this barrel sag (or droop) will vary, depending on how loose the slip fit of the barrel is to the frame.
  This new Tactical V-Block is designed to wedge the barrel upward at the same time as it is tightened into the receiver. This reduces the downward tightening force and prevents barrel sag significantly. This results in better scope alignment and scope zero settings closer to the sweet spot of scope center. Precision machined from high tensile stainless steel, the V-Block is also stronger than the original factory V-Block, which is a casting. Secure your Ruger 10/22 barrel strong, straight, and consistent with a Tactical 10/22 V-Block!
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Reviewed by ronsyre
ronsyre bought "Tactical 10/22 V-Block - Secures Barrel With No Barrel Sag." on our website
07/11/2013 - 02:36:59 PM
Get the wiggle out
I have always been a fan of the 10-22 rifle and have been shooting one for more than 40 years. I have other .22 rim fire rifles but this is the one I shoot most often for fun. When I need to get serious I shoot a devcon bedded #5 Remington with a Kreiger barrel that was set up by a gunsmith friend of mine it also has a VX-3 Leupold scope on it.

I noticed that if you hold the stock firmly and try to move the barrel that it will move a slight amount. I figured this can not be good for accuracy so I purchased one of these and installed it. The barrel play was taken out and the group size was reduced to less than 1 inch at 50 yards from about 2.5 inches before the mod. Now this is not quite the run of the mill 10-22 ( it has a Timney trigger in it and a Green mountain barrel ) but I believe this will improve a stock 10-22 as well.

This is a worthwhile addition to any 10-22. And for just over $20 with shipping it is a great value. I recommend it to everyone with a 10-22. You will be pleased with the results.

Ron Syre