My standard 1985 10/22 with facog. $289 all together. I can easily blow out the X rapid fire at 50 yards. The only thing I've done to it so far is modify the bolt hold back to automatically release by pulling back on the bolt.
Not really related but how do you modify the bolt to do that?
Mine is setup as "trainer" for my mini-14. I wanted the stainless steel barrel, but I could only find one with a synthetic stock. So I bought a second hand stock (refinished it), Tech Sights, and bolt buffer.
I usually set mine up for silhouette (at least that's the way I started out doing it). Strictly target.....shoot the wings off a moth at 50yds kinda deals. I've been working on them and building them for over ten years now (since my first). Just bought another one last week. Sporter model from a local pawn shop(1997 model). This one I'm going to make my squirrel rifle. Never been happy with a stock 10/22 really. I've bought a few aftermarket parts, but not many.....do most of the gunsmithing myself. I have learned plenty over the years. I don't think I've ever spent over $200 making an ultimate tack driver out of a stock 10/22 all together. Anyway......the first pic is of my two best (that's why I still have them). The second pic is what my squirrel rifle is going to look like once I get it finished (about a month). If you want a break down list of what's in each one, just PM me and I'll do my best.