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Old December 9th, 2012, 06:21 PM   #151
 
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I was up around Glennallen. Looks like the hare population is in the tank again this year. Oh well, it will rise eventually.



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Here are some recent pics of our 10/22's



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When I got my current used 10-22 from a local gun dealer it looked like this:


It worked well and was pretty reasonable for accuracy but the trigger was fairly awful.

Anyway there followed some customising, first change was to try a Power Custom hammer and sear kit - considerably better than the factory parts but not up to what I wanted, but would have to do for a while.

Next big change was ditching the horrible black plastic stock initially in favour of a Hogue Overmould, then the factory barrel was exchanged in favour of a Green Mountain 16" stainless fluted.

I then changed the stock for a Boyds Evolution SS and added an adjustable butt plate to it to improve handling further.

Shortly after I switched from the PC trigger kit to a Kidd single stage trigger - what a difference that made!

Currently the rifle is fitted with an STI two stage trigger which is more or less a Kidd that was manufactured to his design by STI. While the fit and finish is not as nice as the genuine Kidd trigger, it does exactly what it is designed to do.




The rifle has gone through several scopes so far. Currently I am trying out a Hawke Frontier SF 6-24x50 which is showing promise, but I would like to try a Bushenll 6500 either in the 2.5-16x42 or 4.5-30x50 format.

The primary use of the rifle is for Gallery Rifle competitions which tend to comprise disciplines that mix offhand precision shooting with timed shooting as well.

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Old December 15th, 2012, 11:05 AM   #154
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My first (probably not last) Ruger 10/22. Takedown modified by me.









I LOVE this gun!!!

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My first (probably not last) Ruger 10/22. Takedown modified by me.



WOW! Here now, I wasn't going to get a takedown as I hadn't researched some of the accessories available for it but now I think that things have maybe changed!

Thanks for the pics!
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Before: (I experimented with painting the synthetic stock)



After: (Swapped the stock out and did some custom paint and internal mods)

That is Sweet!
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Here are some recent pics of our 10/22's


...wow! that top one is the "baddest" 10/22 i've ever seen and the bottom one

is also a really nice more tradtional one..

if i had both i can almost die happy!!

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...wow! that top one is the "baddest" 10/22 i've ever seen and the bottom one

is also a really nice more tradtional one..

if i had both i can almost die happy!!


I just got the Centerpoint 4-16x 40mm scope for xmas. I was also able to mount the Centerpoint laser and flashlight on the scope instead of the muzzle break. Went out today and got it sighted in at about 60 yards in the cold with all kinds of wind. Lot's of fun! I just need to build a good cheek rest now.

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Check out the new family plinker still need to upgrade the internals.

Had to do cosmetics first for 2 boys ages 8 and 14 family Christmas present.
Let me know what you guys think.

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Holy Poop on a Stick! I just got a Takedown from Santy Claus. I had no idea the little 10/22 had so many mods! Its like Barbie for gun owners! Now, wheres the damn kits for the Takedown!
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I just got the Centerpoint 4-16x 40mm scope for xmas. I was also able to mount the Centerpoint laser and flashlight on the scope instead of the muzzle break. Went out today and got it sighted in at about 60 yards in the cold with all kinds of wind. Lot's of fun! I just need to build a good cheek rest now.
I like your Nomad, killer paint job. The only thing I hated about mine was the lack of cheek rest and the weight for a 22. Sold mine to pay for this.

Mine is about 5 1/2- 6 lbs or so.
The AGP stock took a few ounces off compared to the adjustable stock.





I have this ready for Appleseed and as a Pack Rifle.
what I like about it:
Ergos similar to AR15.
Lightweight (Lighter than Butler Creek)
Built In Quality BUIS that don't take up rail space.
Rails can be added easily anywhere.
Compact (23 inches folded without the flash hider. 16 inch barrel.)
Very nice comfortable and slim line hand guard.

I could make it tacticool if I wanted, but I love how light it is at the moment.

I do have 3 Battledyne magazines otw though. Also I have some High profile scope rings for my scope and a Vertical Grip on the way.

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I took my nomad stock off as well. Not having a cheek rest blew balls, and the scope was way too high above the barrel. I ordered the Aim Sports quad rail to go with the black synthetic stock. It looks real nice, and a hell of a lot lighter. I'll be saving the nomad stock for another build.

That is a sweet stock!
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I shouldn't have looked at this thread. Now I'm going to have to get another 10/22 to do a build on.
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Still need to install the bipod and extended mag release.

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