GUN OK 10/22 is done for now...

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  1. Y2kAccord

    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    Got the Scope yesterday, ended up with a Bushnell Sportster Scope at Sportsmans warehouse.

    Damage isnt that bad...

    Gun $220

    Hogue Stock $65
    BiPod $50
    Rings $13
    Scope - $40 (w/coupon)
    Barrel $101
    25rd magazine - $33

    SOLD factory stock and barrel for $50

    and I cant wait to shoot

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  2. thedude11

    thedude11 New Member

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    No internal mods?
     
  3. skeletor25rs

    skeletor25rs Yetis & Deer

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    You should throw another 50-100 into swapping the internals. The trigger really makes a big difference on how fun the gun is to shoot.
     
  4. Y2kAccord

    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    out of money for now and I am not sure on doing the work myself.. maybe eventually some trigger work
     
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    thedude11 New Member

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    Well when you get more money, it's very simple to change out parts on a 10/22. If you can't figure it out, there are tons of FAQs and guides out there to work on them.
     
  6. Y2kAccord

    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    yeah I will eventually do that, my focus is changing on deciding Glock or XD :noes:
     
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    expensive but well fucking worth it -

    http://www.coolguyguns.com/
    more specifically
    http://www.coolguyguns.com/8trigger.html
    personally the red trigger looks bad ass with my all black gun- i have the black gun disease


    and this is as much superficial as it was beneficial
    http://community-2.webtv.net/RandyAtCPC/CPC1022BoltRework/index.html
    jeweling is awesome on mine its kick ass, an yours has the nice shiny barrel, mines blued...
    btw - either wait a while till ya know more bout internals or have someone else who knows who knows thier shit, its a bitch to get that back in

    great gun, i hate the mag but if you like it i guess thats all that matters

    what bipod you got, if its a harris where'd you get it that cheap
     
  8. timmay556

    timmay556 Jibilar

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    Prettty sure its a nock off of a harris (Made in China copy etc)
     
  9. s2k

    s2k OT Supporter

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    yeah the bipod is probably from "rock mount".......$40 at walmart
     
  10. PorscheRacer

    PorscheRacer You see this? It means not welcome

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    Any good or typical cheap stuff sold at wally world?
     
  11. Y2kAccord

    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    Its a Shooters Ridge, very good quality, why pay more?
     
  12. Goat

    Goat That crack is really moreish

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    that mag looks ridiculous :rofl:
     
  13. s2k

    s2k OT Supporter

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    i have no idea on the quality, its pretty popular since it looks just like a harris....havent seen anyone complains yet

    i was gonna get one for my ar15 but still trying to figure out how to mount it on a picatinny rail.........anyone know?
     
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    PorscheRacer You see this? It means not welcome

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    Not a fan of high cap mags?
     
  15. Goat

    Goat That crack is really moreish

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    just looks funny stickin off the bottom
     
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    I think I did it backwards lol? Mine is mostly internal upgrades, still looks 99% stock otherwise. Really want a barrel, more mags, hogue stock, and bipod.
     
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    i took my dads rifle and sent bolt for rework, kept receiver, bought kidd trigger, green mountain blued barrel, houge stock, harris bipod, and mueller apv scope.

    first gun so i went all out - spent way too much... and i still didnt pay for bolt/reciever
     
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    Captain Haddock Blistering Barnacles OT Supporter

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    That's how I went :h5: Not a fan of the hogue stock though
     
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  20. Y2kAccord

    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    Nice prices.. looking at this.. NOOB question, what does the take down screw do?

    Realisticly I would prolly get someone to put this in for me :hs:

    Includes EVERYTHING! EVERY part necessary to SUPER-TUNE your 10/22’s action! A WeaponKraft Bolt Recoil Buffer, WeaponKraft Stainless Steel Allen/Socket Head Takedown Screw, and T-Hex wrench, Volquartsen Target Hammer to give you a light, crisp trigger pull, and a Volquartsen Exact Edge Extractor for absolute functional reliability, PLUS a Volquartsen Stainless Steel Automatic Bolt Release.

    $75

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    spankaveli OT Supporter

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    it replaces the flathead screw that holds the stock to the action with a hex screw. supposedly it's for easier torquing and repeatability but i'm not sure on that. i bought the ultimate package or whatever that comes with everything and the trigger is definitely much smoother. also got the B&C mag release since it was only 6bucks and that's a lifesaver.
     
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    thedude11 New Member

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    The stock 10/22 takedown screw takes a flat head screwdriver. You can easily slip off and damage the stock. The hex-head bolt is a better design.

    Doesn't affect the function/performance... just makes it easier to take down.
     
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    :mad:

    Beaten!
     
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  25. Y2kAccord

    Y2kAccord Everything happens for reasons I just dont know

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    Well I just sold my stock and barrel, maybe I am not done spending money :noes:

    How hard was this to install, I am still intimidated with taking it apart and not getting it back together, wonder how much a gun place would charge to install the Hammer, extractor, buffer and extended mag release.. I mean does this kit come with instructions?
     

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