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Old October 26th, 2019, 06:27 AM   #31
 
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OP, you canít do that!

Oh, wait- I did it, too. Thatís the beauty of a 10/22. You can customize it until the cows come home. Or not. My stock 10/22 birch carbine is just fine the way it came out of the box.



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Old October 26th, 2019, 07:20 AM   #32
 
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One can build a "10/22" using no Ruger parts.

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Stock except for 3x9 scope. Would have preferred the woody but was not redily available so settled for black.
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They only mod I did was foil tape the barrel block. It rattled a bit but is rock solid now. Took 10 minutes and cost 3" of foil hvac tape.
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Sorry I haven't been here for a while! Ever since our federal election, I have been discouraged! They have elected the same government again! They will ban all military style rifles and handguns! That will include all AR-15 and semi-auto rifles! They will start around the Nov. 20! I'm so disgusted that I have lost interest in shooting! I appreciate all the wonderful advice you have given me! I also appreciate all the knowledge, I am very grateful. But it's just a matter of time before all those idiots ban all guns like they did in Australia! Once again thank for everything! Here's hoping for the best!
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my wood stock 10/22 is absolutely perfect as is, I would not want a thing ""improved"".. Its reliable to a fault.. I don't think I have ever has a single FTF,FTE, stovepipe ever, and I use the worst, dirtiest, cheapest .22 LR I can get my meat hooks into, and I seldom clean it. My opinion?.. Best firearm all around ever made by ruger.
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One can build a "10/22" using no Ruger parts.

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The only Ruger parts left on mine are the magazines.
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Ö But it's just a matter of time before all those idiots ban all guns like they did in Australia!...
Many of us understand the feeling, but keep in mind that there are still plenty of guns in Australia. It's not all cities...

And what idiot would call a 10-22 a "military style" rifle..?
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My 10/22 started as a plain "Tactical" model (16.25" threaded sporter barrel, synthetic barrel band stock, flash hider, no sights) and has gradually evolved into my current Steel challenge gun with the following changes/additions:

1.Replace the flash hider with a TandemKross "Game Changer" compensator to increase muzzle report to make the shot clock pick up the shots more reliably)

2. Replace the OEM stock with a take-off Ruger factory "Compact" replaceable comb stock and add a full length high comb insert to give a higher cheek weld.

3. Brimstone Tier 2 trigger job which includes the auto-release bolt stop and a vastly improved trigger pull.

4. Tactical Innovations left hand safety button. (Obviously, I'm left handed.)

5. Ruger's Picatinny rail scope mount.

6. Vortex Venom 3 MOA red dot sight.

7. Tactical Innovations "wrap-around" magazine release.

8. Tactical Innovations polished stainless steel e-clip guide rod.

So, my "stock" 10/22is not quite stock anymore but the changes have all been modestly priced and the total I have in it isn't too bad.
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