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Location: Wrong side of the tracks, Erie PA,
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I have a 10\22 CCR That my wife picked up for my birthday in 2009. It is, by far one of the best plinkers and small game rifles in my collection. Fun to shoot, decent accuracy, and a lightweight small package. All I have done to it since recieving it as a birthday present, is:
Added an ATI Dragonov stock, not for the "Tacticool" factor. Due to being a LH shooter, the palmswell in the factory stock was a bit of a PITA when shooting. The pistol grip on the replacement is much more comfortable.
A trigger job, the pull is now 3 1\2 pounds with no creep.
Tru-Glo aftermaket sights with interchangeable front pins.
Centerpoint 3X9 variable scope and QD rings.
If you are looking for a ready to go rifle right out of the box, or a base for your next project, I would personally recomend the 10\22.
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Last edited by kfox75; 12-07-2012 at 05:58 PM.