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Old February 14th, 2012, 03:10 PM   #1
 
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Ruger 10/22 comp add ons

I have been looking around for some addons for my Ruger 10/22lr comp rifle. I was thinking of adding a bi pod for shooting further out around 100 yards but not sure. I have an aluminum barrel fluted and threaded to keep the weight down and also a rubber stock to keep the weight below 7.5lbs. Any suggestions to add on to it that will keep me below the 7.5lbs?



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Old February 14th, 2012, 05:47 PM   #2
 
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What exactly is your set-up now? FAR too many to simply say "aluminum barrel fluted and threaded". There's more than just Part A, part B and it'll be a "comp" gun. More details about what you want out of it would help.
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The barrel I got is from tactical solutions to keep the weight below 7.5lbs and I also got a light Hogue rubber over moulded stock to help with the weight, a v block, and an x ring extended mag release along with a x ring compensator. I haven't picked out a scope just yet but i know it has to be be between 4 and 6 power so I can use it in competition shooting. I was wondering if there was anything I was missing that I could add on that still would keep me below the 7.5lb limit I didn't know about a bi pod or no.
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I'd have passed on the new v-block certainly. (don't fix was isn't broken) and the compensator...give or take it. I'd be looking at trigger improvements WAY before worrying about those two items. Rather than the bi-pod, get a couple bags of shot, they'll be easily transported and work with any firearms (handguns included).

Try a few different kinds of ammo, and not just the cheap stuff. If you're looking at better groups, you really should look at the better ammo, it's far more consistant. After that you can play around with pressure or floating the barrel to tweak it.
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