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Old 03-22-2012, 04:10 PM   #11
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Don't forget KIDD for the best of the best or Shilen for barels . Then go where your budget allows.

We have two 10/22's. One with a 16" midweight clark barrel and delux 2 1/lb trigger group in a hogue stock.
The other.
Boyd's stock, kidd 20" barrel, jard 1lb trigger, stock is blocked and bedded. Both very accurate but the kidd barreld rifle is heavier and easier to bench makeing it easier to shoot well.
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cheaper to buy a CZ 452 or a savage mkII heavy barrel rifle as they will shot just as well just not as fast. Or to save a bunch of money buy a nice older used marlin 60, do a trigger job to it as some of them can flat out shot.

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Old 03-22-2012, 10:24 PM   #12
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Parts are on there way. I think the only Ruger part will be the magazine. I'm starting with a thumb hole laminate stock, Revolution Tundra. I wasn't sure what to get for the receiver but I decided on a Tactical Solutions X-Ring. The trigger group is a Volquartsen Match. I'm still waiting for the Clark Barrel, Stainless Steel Fluted. I haven't decided on a scope. I think I want something with a variable power up to 12 or 16. I'll have to look at a few in person before I choose. When I get it together I'll post pictures. It is amazing what is out there for these 22s.

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Lets see if I have this right. You take a perfectly good $200 gun and spend $400 to $700 on it to get a $300 gun. One of the lgs had a used tricked out 10-22 for $350 and I am sure he did not give that much for it. It included a scope, laminate stock and heavy fluted barrel. I did not even bother to pick it up to check the trigger.
To each his own.

I recently completed a custom 10/22 build- and I didn't take a perfectly good $200 gun and spend $400 to $700 on it to get a $300 gun- with all custom parts except for the ten round magazine and ended up with a rifle I really like- it'll probably end up part of my "estate".

If money was the issue, I wouldn't have undertaken the custom 10/22 build, as well as stop eating fish caught on rod and reel as well as speared on SCUBA at the coast because I can buy a lot of fish at the local fish market for what was spent on the activities.
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how about one like this one
that is sweet and my kind of 10 22
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I like the idea of a semi auto 22 and some of the custom ones look pretty nice. I've had regular 10/22s and like them. I've found the one I had to be quite accurate with a cheep scope at about 50 yards and would like to get one that is better. There are guys out there that will build one for me, Clark and Dale Time Gun Works to name 2. Pretty costly but might be worth it to me depending on how far I would be willing to go. A 20 in. fluted stainless barrel, custom receiver and a good trigger would be the first requirements. I'd add other do dads depending on the benefit and the cost, maybe a thumb hole stock. Of course I'd need a good scope too.
Any one out there have any of these 10/22s and what do you think of them? Anyone else build them that are worth looking at?
build it for you ?? what the heck you a puter neard dont know what a good screwdriver set and an allen wrench look like? this gun is easy to work on and there is more info out there than you can use in 1 build thats way most fans have more than 1. i would love to build you 1 @20.00hr+ parts and shipping tell me what you want (the last 2 ive done a 22 shoots 1 ragged hole @50 yds the other a .17 1.25 in @100 if the wind was good)
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