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TexasGunner 08-23-2013 09:03 PM

10/22 Build Complete!
 
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Well my barrel finally came in today, so I was able to finish my 10/22 build. Only Ruger part on this bad boy is the magazine. Here are the build details.....

Tactical Innovations Elite 22 cnc'd receiver
Tactical Solutions 16" Barrel
Tactical Solutions adjustable V-block
Kidd sinle stage trigger (1 1/2 lb.)
Kidd cnc'd scalloped bolt
Kidd trigger/receiver pins
Kidd bolt buffer
Kidd charging handle
Hogue of green over molded stock
Topped with a 3-9x40 KonusPro
Stirring on a B-square bipod

I can't wait to shoot it!

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orangello 08-23-2013 09:40 PM

Very nice!

A carbon fiber, ivory, or brushed aluminum stock would look cool with that. ;)

priell3 08-24-2013 12:45 AM

Sweet set up.

mountainman13 08-24-2013 01:19 AM

So what's the total cost on that bad boy?

TexasGunner 08-24-2013 02:04 AM

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So what's the total cost on that bad boy?

You probably don't wanna know!

Just added it all up and it's at about $985.00.

Plus I just ordered another stock for it.... Revolution TALON Target Stock $180.00 (technically free.... Surprised to find that I had a credit of $190.00 on my Paypal account). Love it when I forget I've got money from something I sold!

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So when it's all done, probably about $1,165.00. Partially funded by the sale of my S&W M&P 15-22.

mountainman13 08-24-2013 03:02 AM

Well It's definitely waaaay over the cost of a 10/22 but It's always more fun to build then just buy.
It's gonna look Absolutely sick in that stock.

TexasGunner 08-24-2013 03:26 AM

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Originally Posted by mountainman13
Well It's definitely waaaay over the cost of a 10/22 but It's always more fun to build then just buy.
It's gonna look Absolutely sick in that stock.

Thanks! iLife it and think its worth every penny. Compare to the cost of a Volquartsen and it's not bad at all. I've got a stock 10/22 and it feels like absolute junk compared to the built one. Everything is incredibly smooth and the trigger is amazing!

One thing though.... I don't build cheap guns. I build them exactly how I want them, and that usually isn't cheap. *Note the 300 blackout I'm currently building.

TexasGunner 08-25-2013 03:19 AM

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Shoots likes freakin' dream! Using bulk Winchester high velocity ammo I had not one single failure to fire or failure to eject. My brother, son and I were out shooting down in a draw at some of our family's land. I sighted in the scope well enough to hit orange skeet off hand at about 50 yards. Did not have any paper targets or a shooting bench to really dial it in and see what kind of groups I can put together.

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My son Kyler shooting another 10/22 with his uncle.

JW357 08-25-2013 08:01 AM

Beautiful gun, and if it makes you happy then the price doesn't matter.


Congrats!

cblowe13 08-25-2013 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by TexasGunner
Shoots likes freakin' dream! Using bulk Winchester high velocity ammo I had not one single failure to fire or failure to eject. My brother, son and I were out shooting down in a draw at some of our family's land. I sighted in the scope well enough to hit orange skeet off hand at about 50 yards. Did not have any paper targets or a shooting bench to really dial it in and see what kind of groups I can put together.

My son Kyler shooting another 10/22 with his uncle.

I want to see it with that stock


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