Leupold QRW Mounts :Ruger Takedown 10/22

| October 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Ruger 10/22 is one of the most accessorized 22’s in history. With the release of the 10/22 Takedown model in 2012 many have started to accessorize their takedowns. Browsing the many forums around the net I would say most who want to improve or simply make their rifle their own/unique a new stock and takedown bag seem to be at the top of the list and my son would prove to be no different. After allowing him to choose a new stock he decided he needed a stronger variable power scope over the Leupold 4x. With the original takedown bag this becomes a problem, the original bag would prove to be to small with larger scopes mounted on the receiver. Though there are aftermarket takedown bags my son did not seem to be excited about any of them, so we started looking at alternative solutions which lead me to removable scope mounts.


Leupold QRW Mounts offer an easy way to quickly attach or detach a 1? or 30mm scope or optic to a Weaver or MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail. The levers can be adjusted so that they both rest at the same angle when tightened and lock the rings to the rail for solid dependability and repeatable accuracy. ?Accuracy which Leupold gurantees a return to accuracy of 1/2 MOA when removing and reinstalling your optic. Upon install both of us couldn’t wait to get to the range to give things a try and test out this accuracy claim, but first we needed to make sure the original bag was going to work.

We would test at 50 yards with CCI Minimags by removing and installing the scope 5 times and shooting 5 groups. I am very happy to report that Leopold’s guarantee ?of 1/2 MOA proved to be true and very consistent.

My son decided he wanted to try his new scope at 100 yards, he spotted a very small torn piece of paper being held on by a stapler. One would think with his young eye the paper is a challenging target, he ups the game by telling me he was going to take out the stapler.

He came really close on a couple of shots.

If you are looking for a set of quick disconnect mounts that return to zero look no further than the Leopold QRW.



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