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Old 05-14-2011, 09:58 PM   #11
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i have looked around and they're so many ones i can't find the ones you're talking about can you look around and see if you could find them now and post me the links to them the barrel and the stock and thanks
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Old 05-14-2011, 10:34 PM   #12
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Ok here's the stock.

Hogue OverMolded Rifle Stock Ruger 10/22 .920" Barrel Channel Rubber Black - MidwayUSA

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Green Mountain Barrel Ruger 10/22 22 Long Rifle .920" Diameter 1 in 16" Twist 20" Blue - MidwayUSA
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Old 05-14-2011, 11:34 PM   #13
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thanks you said you can put 10 shots in a dime size hole at 75 yards have you ever shot any father than that, how does it hit farther out if you have, is it good for hunting, and how long have you had yours
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one more thing how old are you and how many years have you been shooting
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sorry for asking so many question but on the reviews on the stock alot of people say it's really flimsy and the groups move according to wear you have the rest or your hand on the stock
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Have you tried what you have at 100 yards? It takes alot of practice to read the wind when shooting a 22 at 100 or more yards. If you do change barrels you will have to shoot many brands of ammo to see what one shoots best with that rifle. I assume you did that with your rifle already but will have to do it again with a barrel change. Ammo with a 22 plays a big role.
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I just got done with it & tried several different types of ammo out of it. I haven't had a chance to really "wring it out" yet. I'm dying to test it out further when the weather cooperates. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be great for hunting. Have only shot it off the bench so far.




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thanks for all the help
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i also looked at the stock and some reviews say it's really flimsy and where you hit depends on where you have you have your hand or rest on the stock have you had any problems with that?
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i also looked at the stock and some reviews say it's really flimsy and where you hit depends on where you have you have your hand or rest on the stock have you had any problems with that?
All the synthetic stocks I've held have been flimsy compared to wood. You should be able to install a swivel stud and sand the barrel channel to fit the bull barrel to your original stock if you're trying to save some cash. Then save up for the thumb-hole stock you really want, they really make shooting the 22's a little more enjoyable.
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