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Old 06-07-2009, 12:53 AM   #1
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Well I picked up my 10/22 last night and I'm stoked. Going to give it a workout this week. I'll report back soon.

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Old 06-07-2009, 11:47 PM   #2
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Thats a good deal getting a 10-22.I have one I bought back in 1980.They are great little guns.
The best after market clips your going to find are tacticle inovations 25 round.The second best are buttler creek hot lips.I tried ramline 30 and fifty round and both are laying at a shooting spot in the desert here in southern nevada.
But any way tactical inovations.com sells all kinds of goodies for the 10-22 like barrels stocks extended mag releases flash depressors trigger mechanisms all kinds of good stuff.This is where you can buy the mags to. I have the composite type and they have went up since I bought mine. I have three and have never had a problem with them. They have four screws on top where you can adjust them to fit tightly in your gun also.

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Old 06-08-2009, 01:27 PM   #3
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The 10/22 is a great little gun. You can play with it to your heart's content. If you get tired of it and want to hop it up, there are plenty of choices in replacement parts. I took my 10/22 replaced parts so that when I was done, the only original part I had in the gun was the receiver. It shoots great too.

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Just added the new ati folding stock this weekend.

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Old 06-08-2009, 09:33 PM   #5
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With all that's out there for a 10/22, you just made the down payment.

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With all that's out there for a 10/22, you just made the down payment.
That made me chuckle a little. Funny, but true. I was looking at different stuff for about 2 hours the other night.

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they are fun little guns,here is mine with a butler creek folding stock,shooters ridge 25 rd. mag bushnell 3-9 and a cheap bipod.


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Good now enter the FTF monthly rimfire fun shoot. Lets go guys times a wasting!!! we need to have a decent turn out or it is going to get shut down.

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Doe's yours look like mine.


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Gregs, you'll love the little Ruger. I have 2 that I have tinkered with, with E-bay parts, mostly. Some on this forum will jump you about what you have to replace to make it a Race Gun, but pay them no mind. They are fun to customize to YOUR liking!! PS MaGoo that 10-22 is almost too pretty to shoot!!

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