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M1A1 Ruger 10/22 stocks

Discussion in 'Rimfire Central' started by DirtySCREW, Jan 3, 2020.

  1. DirtySCREW

    DirtySCREW I am Negan Charter Member Supporting Member

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    Who makes them and what are the best M1A1 stocks for the Ruger 10/22??

    Thinking of getting my son one for his birthday in June. He loves WWI and WWII history and I think he'd really like it.

    DS
     
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    GTX30R New Member

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    If you are indeed going for the M1 replica I would get the stock and then order Tech sights they will be better than the factory blade sight think they use a small ghost ring
     
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    DirtySCREW I am Negan Charter Member Supporting Member

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    That's my other question...what's the difference on the ts100 vs ts200?
    200 just have a tad MORE adjustability??

    DS
     
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    I personally have neither nor used with this stock, I have shot both and they are fine.... It seems to be user preference and depends on length of barrel and how close you are sighting in. For 25yrds the ts100 allows a better cheek weld and can get zero, the ts200 model may not always allow a perfect zero at 25yrds due not enough elevation adjustment. Most people zero 22's @ 50yrds, 75yrds so that may not be an issue. Appleseed events all shooting is @ 25yrds and peep sights are often recommended. 1 person at the last shoot have ts200s and said he had a hard time getting a good zero at 25 but was fine at 50. .. . ..
     
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    J R Green Member Charter Life Member

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    Here's one that I put together.
    The Tech Sights did fill it out.
     
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    DirtySCREW I am Negan Charter Member Supporting Member

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    Eabco stock?
    Ts100?

    DS
     
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    J R Green Member Charter Life Member

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    Perxactly
     
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    Geerubb Member Life Member

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    IMHO - go with the 200's. They adjust wind and elevation from the rear as well as elevation in the front. I had a set of the 100's, and ran out of adjustment. Ended up replacing the rear anyway.
     
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    NCLivingBrit Clueless Protoplasm

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    Agreed, was about to post that
     
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    DirtySCREW I am Negan Charter Member Supporting Member

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    What's the best route to build this M1a replica 10/22?
    Buy a new 10/22...& Then buy the eabco stock?
    Buy a Ruger receiver, buy a barrel, buy the stock?

    DS
     
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    Geerubb Member Life Member

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    It'll be cheaper to buy the whole gun and swap out the stock. You can usually get them for around $180. By the time you buy all the parts (receiver, barrel, bolt, trigger group, pins, vblock, stock) You'll be over that.

    You can get better quality buying separate, but you'll pay a little (or a lot) more.

    One note - if you do build, you probably want to make sure you have a OEM profile barrel - as I don't think the tech sights will work with a .920 barrel.
     
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    TS200 had windage and elevation on the rear, other one has just windage. Get the TD200, absolutely worth it.
     
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