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I really like my Single Six but as I'm getting older I need help for my aging eyes. I have a Burris Fastfire 3 that I use on my Ruger 22/45. I assume I would have to get the barrel tapped for a rail. Not sure how much that might cost.

Would appreciate any suggestions.
 

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I really like my Single Six but as I'm getting older I need help for my aging eyes. I have a Burris Fastfire 3 that I use on my Ruger 22/45. I assume I would have to get the barrel tapped for a rail. Not sure how much that might cost.

Would appreciate any suggestions.
I'm in the same boat, my solution was clip on readers with a power of +1.5 as I recall ... front sight clear ...
 

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Fuzzy sights

I, too use readers that, for me, makes both rear and front sight clear and the target a little fuzzy. Works great for my old eyes.
 

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I have a Single-Ten for which I made a "copy" of the Weigand mount. Installs easily, just as the Weigand does. Put on a Fast-Fire 3 (3 MOA) and won't go back.
 

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Thanks for the recommendations. Going to try Williams fiber optics sights and possibly Weigand.
 

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I used the Weigand mount and a Burris reflex sight. Works fine!
 

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