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Old 12-09-2012, 01:27 AM   #1
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i had wanted to find a wood stocked, barrel bandless, stainless 10/22. (kinda picky i guess )

the classic v fit the bill, it is a beautiful gun imo. i am really happy about it.

hope it shoots as good as it looks. a few quick (kinda crummy) pics.

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Enjoy your 10/22. I have two, they are fun to shoot. Get yourself a couple of Ruger 25 round magazines.

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Enjoy your 10/22. I have two, they are fun to shoot. Get yourself a couple of Ruger 25 round magazines.
thanks! already got one 25 rounder.
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i had wanted to find a wood stocked, barrel bandless, stainless 10/22. (kinda picky i guess )

the classic v fit the bill, it is a beautiful gun imo. i am really happy about it.

hope it shoots as good as it looks. a few quick (kinda crummy) pics.
Thats a handsome rifle.
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Thats a handsome rifle.
thank you, sir! i am really happy about it, and glad i waited until i got the one i wanted. now, all that's left is buying a brick of 22's.
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thank you, sir! i am really happy about it, and glad i waited until i got the one i wanted. now, all that's left is buying a brick of 22's.
I should have but didnt. I wanted a 10/22 takedown but just wanted a 10/22 so bad I settled for a 10/22T the guy lied and later admited the rd count was more 3-4 k than 300 like orig stated. And you could tell too .

I hated that gun . No iron sights , it was heavy as all hell because of the .920 hammer forgered stainless barrel wood stock < which looked nice but I wanted a shtf small game food rifle and wood is not all weather>

I had that thing for about 2 weeks. Sold it and got my beloved all weather takedown and couldn't be happier. Got it brand new and put a KiDD bolt buffer in it . A nice scope and bought a couple bx 25 mags. LOVE IT.
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I should have but didnt. I wanted a 10/22 takedown but just wanted a 10/22 so bad I settled for a 10/22T the guy lied and later admited the rd count was more 3-4 k than 300 like orig stated. And you could tell too .

I hated that gun . No iron sights , it was heavy as all hell because of the .920 hammer forgered stainless barrel wood stock < which looked nice but I wanted a shtf small game food rifle and wood is not all weather>

I had that thing for about 2 weeks. Sold it and got my beloved all weather takedown and couldn't be happier. Got it brand new and put a KiDD bolt buffer in it . A nice scope and bought a couple bx 25 mags. LOVE IT.
glad you got it worked out! i might be seeking out a synthetic stock for mine so i can bang around with it to...right now, its too pretty for that.
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