Yep. Took mine to the range for the first time, last weekend. Seems to shoot just as good as all my other 10/22's. My fingers were froze, so I didn't do a whole bunch of range work with it, but I've gotta share a funny story.
My buddy Heliman, and I, stapled five, 8-1/2x11" targets to a 50-yard target board. I had never shot this gun, and I had recently mounted a scope to it.
Heliman was spotting for me. I picked a target, and as I shot, I was hitting the dirt, way left of the target board. Heliman told me I was way high, also.
So, I gave the windage and elevation turrets a couple of full spins in the appropriate direction, and I was finally pretty close to right on, with windage, but still high with elevation. Adjusted the scope down, a bunch more, and although I was finally getting closer, something was not quite right. We had a little conference on what might be going on, and figured we better walk to the targets and take a look.
While I was doing my best job of aiming at the top-left target, he was dialing me in on the bottom-center target. I was surprised that there would be that much adjustment on the scope! :lol:
Once we decided we'd both concentrate our efforts on the same target, things went pretty well as planned. We got a good laugh. Then, my fingers were about froze off, so figured we'd bag it for the day.
Oh...One more thing. Rings. I originally bought Leupold high rings for this gun. First time I looked thru the scope, I realized they weren't high enough. So, I put some extra high rings on it, and offhand, they were marginally high enough. But, when I shot this gun off the bench, these rings still were not high enough. This is the first time I've mounted optics on a tactical rail, so I've got some learnin' to do.
Yes... although when the SR-22 came out, I already had a Nordic 10/22 that I had built from the kit, so I didn't really need an SR-22, but...
Since I passed "need" a long time ago in my accumulations, I bought one anyway. My Nordic has an EOTech clone on board, so I decided to mount a scope on my SR-22. I went with a Centerpoint 4x-16x 40mm with the illuminated Mil-dot reticle and have been pleased with the rifle's performance. After a trigger job, it will shoot into less than an inch at 50 yards, as long as I am having a good day.