Discussion in 'Rimfire Central' started by rantingredneck, Oct 22, 2019.
It's that day again. Let's see them.
I have NEVER owned a 10/22. No particular reason, just never have.
It's been awhile since I've owned "a" 10/22 too.....
They're addictive. Sad thing is I could rummage around in my parts bin and build another if I bought another receiver.
My modest collection of 10/22's
My one and only, complete with stripped optic rail screw holes! Has a slightly longer barrel now.
I thought I had a few.....
I'll get a pic when I get home this evening... eventually
That barrel lives on one of mine now. First on the left standing up in the Black Hogue stock. That's my kid's compact squirrel rifle.
And I barely notice the difference, glad it worked out for your kiddo.
You need an intervention.....................
I like that better than hoarder.
I have a couple of unmodified takedown 10/22's, but I built this one myself with non-Ruger parts on a Brownells receiver.
Not only have I never owned one...I don’t think I’ve ever even actually shot one.
Dang bro, do you even Ruger?
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I own a Ruger American Rimfire. That’s it.
Oh, a bolt-action 10/22 you mean.
FWIW I only own 1, and it's an All-weather stainless model that I swapped the stock for a nice WalBirch stock. it's fun with 25rd mags, but my Marlin and Savage bolt guns will shoot circles around it. Never saw the need to spend $500 on it to do the same semi-automagically.
My ZK-22 Bullpup with the 10/22 threaded barrel and Sparrow suppressor. I've added a TRS-25.
My one and only 10/22, my dad gave me when I was 14 is marked like this one.
I will never sell of course, because my dad gave it to me.
How can anyone put a name on you?
Good lord man. What a beautiful collection.
Where did you get that blond stock?
I have a Bicentennial Ruger Super Blackhawk in 44 mag with the markings also...….never plan to part with that one ……..big story behind that one.
Same here. Once I bought a Marlin Model 60 I just didn't see the need.
To be fair, I only have a 10/22.
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They came from FA Enterprises about 10-15 years ago. I believe I purchased it through E Arthur Brown co. I wish I had gotten a few more. That stock gun with just a Tac Sol barrel shoots lasers and everyone that sees or shoots that rifle want the stock. It’s probably my favorite rifle I own.
I’ve never been impressed enough by one to buy myself one. They aren’t bad but they aren’t great either.
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Kinda where I'm coming from. It seems that to make them accurate you need to dump a bunch of $$ into them. At that point, just buy a CZ or even a Savage!
Thx. I kinda figured it was no longer available. Very nice!
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Is that a Venom on your Charger? I tried the same set up and ran out of adjustment at 25 yards. Was shooting about 6 inches low.
I never owned one or shot one. But I did have some interest in the M1 Carbine model except the best price I find is around $330 like the one in post #4.
I need to get a new pic of my 10/22.
Kidd 18” barrel
Victor Company Stock
Shoots lights out.
Its a Burris Fastfire II. I can ring steel shooting off hand at 100 yards with ease. No issues at all with adjusting the dot.
I built the one in the photos with a replica M1 stock and Tech Sights and a few other goodies.
Odd numbers bother me....
Did you inlet the stock yourself? How tricky was it (if you did)?
I did. It wasn't too hard. I used my drill press and a set of forstner bits of various sizes to cut out the basic shape and then finished the edges with wood carving tools. It took me about a half hour.
I need to go back and deepen it about an eighth of an inch to bring the copper custom brace adapter flush with the top of the stock.
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