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Old April 22nd, 2010, 06:20 PM   #1
 
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Accessories for SR 22



I have the answer for anyone looking to put accessories on their Ruger SR 22.
I have just started a new company called Iron Eagle Tactrical L.L.C. We offer a complete rail system (Patent Pending)that fits over the full length of the forearm. This system will allow you to route wiring through the rail to give your rifle a better look. Our system does not require the removal of the sling stud. It does allow you to have a rail system on the bottom of the forearm and still use the sling stud. We have a top rail for the person that wants iron sights. We also solved the problem of trash getting into the front of the forearm. We have a Brush Guard that keeps the trash out and gives the rifle a better completed look. Talk about a good look we have a Breacher that looks awesome and will do the job it is intended for. If you want more information and cost on any of these items, contact us at larry@ironeagletactical.com.
or www.ironeagletactical.com. The new web page is up and ready to look at. I would be interested in your coments.




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Old April 22nd, 2010, 08:00 PM   #2
 
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Welcome from The Land of Lincoln!

Got any pictures?
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Old April 25th, 2010, 07:30 AM   #3
 
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Thanks, I am trying to figure out why I can't get the http posted right. I think I got it. http://ironeagletactical.com/images/Forum/
Sorry for all the trouble.

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Try it this way- and maybe use smaller, lower res images.

[IMG] http://ironeagletactical.com/images/Forum/IMG_4728.JPG [/IMG] (take out the spaces)

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im interested in these how do i get them?.. are you selling them and if so how much?
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Here is my feedback. I like the handguard endcap and would definitely be interested if the price is reasonable. The upper handguard rail looks silly the way it hangs out over the front of the handguard, It should end flat at the handguard end.

The breacher is an all around bad idea, with the way a 10/22 barrel attaches and an aluminum receiver, its going to be damaged if you start trying to smash it through doors and walls.... It might be a cool looking addon if you shrunk it down about 20% or just give it a .75" OD, and no more than 2" long. Also, dont put any holes in the bottom half, so that it doesn't kick up dust when shooting prone... Keep the spikes on the end, they look good, but don't call it a breacher...

Overall though, good work. Cant wait to see prices...
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Dacaur,

Thanks for you comments, I do like to get other opinions. I will answer you questions.

1st the end caps are $19.95 and we pay the shipping.

The upper handguard came about through a request from a army sniper. We made it per his requests. We now have a request for one that will go all the way out to the flash hider. It seem that people are experimenting with several lengths.

The Breacher is under going a change as we speak. It will have a different look. I will change the pictures I have on the web as soon as I can get one to take pictures. How ever don't think it will not work, because we have tested it. I instructed our people to use it and abuse it. I wanted them to try to break it. They used plywood, metel, car doors, hollow core doors. They did flatten two of the prongs but did not damage the unit. As I said we are making some changes to it. We think will make it better. You will find with our product they may change as time goes on because I am trying to produce the best I can.

Thanks for you comments I do appreciate them.
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What is the Inner Diameter of the Breecher? I will soon be cutting a standard 10\22 barrel down to 16.5" and would love a Breecher to fit over the end of the barrel. Also, what is the starting price of the Breechers?
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Dacaur,

Thanks for you comments, I do like to get other opinions. I will answer you questions.

1st the end caps are $19.95 and we pay the shipping.

The upper handguard came about through a request from a army sniper. We made it per his requests. We now have a request for one that will go all the way out to the flash hider. It seem that people are experimenting with several lengths.

The Breacher is under going a change as we speak. It will have a different look. I will change the pictures I have on the web as soon as I can get one to take pictures. How ever don't think it will not work, because we have tested it. I instructed our people to use it and abuse it. I wanted them to try to break it. They used plywood, metel, car doors, hollow core doors. They did flatten two of the prongs but did not damage the unit. As I said we are making some changes to it. We think will make it better. You will find with our product they may change as time goes on because I am trying to produce the best I can.

Thanks for you comments I do appreciate them.
Cool..


As for the breacher, I'm not worried about damaging the breecher itself, I'm worried about damaging the aluminum reciver on the gun.... are they using these on an actual sr-22/10/22 or an ar-15? Do you plan to make one with a .75" OD? Cant wait too see the new look.
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Thanks for looking at our product. I will get you the diameter in the morning since the plant is closed now. We are producing the breachers over the next two weeks. The design will change a little to provide a better looking product. We have a policy that if we can improve the product we will stop the production and make the change and produce the better one. We have been producing the breachers as a custom item. I have gotten so much interest in it, we will be bringing them on line. There will be 3 different types to choose from. Once our manufacturer has completed the prototypes we will be able to set a price for them. I will let you know. I hope you can wait, so you can see them all and can pick the one you prefer.

Once again thanks for your interest.

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The SR 22 R is the law enforcement grade of the SR 22. It has a milled steel forearm. This is the rifle we have been using the breacher on. Unless you are planning to use your SR 22 in law enforcement. I doubt you would ever put the force behind the SR 22 that would damage the forearm. If you plan the use the SR 22 in a law enforcement, I would suggest you change out the forearm.

You asked about our E-Tac rails. Our sets come with a rail that is made to fits over the sling swivel stud (patent Pending). You do not have to remove the stud. Our rail fits over the stud. You will be able to slide a foregrip right over the top of the sling stud. In some cases you may have to remove a small part of the inside of the foregrip materal to allow it to slide over the rail, but it is not a problem to do. By using the is E-Tac rail system you are allowing yourself the option to place a foregrip and a laser or light, plus rail guards on the bottom rail. There is no rail system I know of that will give you this kind of flexability. The E-Tac Rail System comes with 4 - 9" rails, 18 screw,18 washers and one hex wrench for installation. We provide you with 2 extra screws and washers because you may loose one. The price is $179.00, with Free Shipping. These rails are type 3 hardcoated. They are 6061 T6 material. They are 37038 Non-Reflective Black. I have been told by the company that does our anodizing that this hardcoat is better then the Army requires. I am not sure if you told me you had a top rail on the rifle now. If you do I will break up the set and sell you two sides and the bottom rail for $139.00 with free shipping.

Now to answer your question about the breachers. We have a policy that if we can change a product to make it better, we will stop our present product and produce the new one. That is what is happening right now. We expect to have the new breachers on line in about two weeks. There will be three types. Once we complete the prototypes I will let you know the cost.

If you deside you want the E-Tac Rail System just let me know and I will get it out to you with free shipping.

I hope this has answered your questions.

Thanks for you intrest.

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Thank you for all the answers. One last question, with the beveled slots, do ladder style rail protectors still fit on the rails? I like to keep my rails protected and the ladder style covers look pretty cool. And okay i will let you know soon, I am definatly interested in the 3 rails i mentioned earlier. 140$ does sound pretty steep for 3 rails.. could you go any lower? lol im only 18 and i dont have a whole lot of cash at the moment, would you be willing to go any lower? Or is 140 your rock bottom price? lol
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The SR 22 R is the law enforcement grade of the SR 22. It has a milled steel forearm. This is the rifle we have been using the breacher on. Unless you are planning to use your SR 22 in law enforcement. I doubt you would ever put the force behind the SR 22 that would damage the forearm. If you plan the use the SR 22 in a law enforcement, I would suggest you change out the forearm.

YouI hope this has answered your questions.

Thanks for you intrest.

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Ummm..... You just lost a few credibility points.... It helps if you know what the heck you are talking about before you go spouting things like that... couple things....

#1. The forearm is NOT steel on any sr-22, its aluminum, just like the rest of the chassis and the 10/22 reciver. But thats beside the point. It doesnt matter WHAT its made of, because the barrel is not attached to the forearm in any way, shape, or form. The barrel is attached ONLY to the ALUMINUM reciver, which I dont think would stand up to breaching forces. If you say you are testing it on a standard SR-22 then fine, but since the barrel is not as solidly mounted as you seem to think, its something to be aware of and check, so you dont have angry people calling up about elongated barrel holes in their recivers... The sling stud is only attached to the forearm, via the barrel support block, which is not attached to the barrel, it mearly touches the barrel and is supposed to provide some upward pressure to prevent barrel droop. In many cases though the block doesn't even touch the barrel, in fact many people take them out, myself included...

The SR-22R is most certainly NOT "the law enforcement grade of the SR-22"..... Its a consumer grade firearm, like all sr-22's. ALL SR-22's that dont come with a pinned stock are SR-22R's. There is no "law enformcent" version. The chassis was originally dreamed up by the good folks at Nordic Components as a dress up kit for the 10/22, and ruger used that as the base for their SR-22.....

Sorry if I sound harsh. It just bothers be to see such blatent misinformation posted as fact....
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The threds are 1/2 28 tap. The through hole size is 9/32. I am not sure I understand what you are asking for. Are you asking for the diameter of the end of the braecher that the barrel screws into? Just want to make sure you get all the infor you need.

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The threds are 1/2 28 tap. The through hole size is 9/32. I am not sure I understand what you are asking for. Are you asking for the diameter of the end of the braecher that the barrel screws into? Just want to make sure you get all the infor you need.

Thanks,

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Rightofway man, please refer to other thread "sr 22 rails", I listed some questions there. I just want to know as much about this product as i can before i buy them.
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