Mine is 5 lbs 2 oz with a factory barrel, pica tiny rail on the action, TRS25, Butler Creek plastic stock with the Schnabel fore end and an empty 10 round mag. 5 lbs 8 oz with a full BX25 mag. It also has a Hornet trigger and I modified the stock slightly. It is very accurate with a scope. There is some compromise with the TRS25. At 50 yards it will keep all its rounds within the 3 MOA dot which is 1.5" at 50 yards with good ammo.
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If your 10/22 receiver has the wrinkle finish paint get some stripper to get the paint off and then you can wet sand it smooth low luster and mothers polish it to a brighter finish. 800 grit , 1000 and 1500 grit paper . It will show milling marks when stripped but will turn out very nice. If its an older anodized receiver its a bit more work.