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Old 04-17-2012, 01:01 AM   #91
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do your 10 22s shoot better with stingers?i have owned 3 and worked on several others and none liked the high velocity rounds vs standard at 50 to 100 yds and i have tried a bunch of different loads.or is it there faster so thay must be better?gives that beer can less time to duck
My experience has been better accuracy with the 10/22's using the slower stuff out to 50 and 100 yards. The only benefit I've seen from Stingers out of my slightly modified 10/22 is that they cycle well; hence, I'll run them through occasionally. That said, I primarily run Stingers out of my pistols and revolvers, and occasionally out of my bolt guns at distances no greater than 25 yards, out to 50 yards, accuracy is way off.
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ty mine right now clark barrel, houge stock, vq trigger,worked over bolt likes cci blaser better than anything else. one hole at 50, 1.25 at 100 on a good day. dont put a copper bullet in this gun blows the pattern and fouls way to soon then takes forever to clean

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If any one is interested, CDNN has 10-22 wood stock rifles on sale $189.99.

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If any one is interested, CDNN has 10-22 wood stock rifles on sale $189.99.
Is that a website?

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What he said...Mine's had a steady diet of Federal bulk and CCI's. When it fails, it's time to clean 'er up. Very easy takedown and cleaning, get a boresnake, done and done.

Here in Norf Kakalakee, they go for $117.00 at the World of Wally, that's a risk I was willing to take...

I highly recommend one, you won't be sorry!

BTW...Okay to dry fire as well, says so right in the manual so try that trigger out for yourself. If you still don't like it, it can easily be changed...
$117?!?!?!? Around here they go or $220!

By law, I think I can buy a rifle in VA, wonder what they go for there?
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Yeah damn 117 a pop?!? I would buy two just cause....

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I bought my first 10-22 in 1965. I learned early to wrap the recoil pin with a layer of electrical tape. Later I used a plastic tube over the pin. The introduction of the XHV rounds brought on problems with the recoil pin holes being elongated if a lot of them were shot. Some people would only shoot the hot rounds and they were the ones that had the most trouble. The newer plastics have made it possible to easily mitigate the problem. No matter what the manual says it is a problem and one that I have witnessed. My current 10-22 has a Delrin recoil pin. I still avoid shooting the XHV ammo in it. I have a bolt action I can use for that and I see no reason to stress my rifle unnecessarily. If for some reason I needed the extra power I would use it.
i didnt think thay came out till 1969 i may be wrong correct me if i am pls
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Rugers website states they were introduced in 1964.

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i didnt think thay came out till 1969 i may be wrong correct me if i am pls
i stand corrected that what i get for not considering fading memory
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i stand corrected that what i get for not considering fading memory
And the stocks were walnut not birch. My daughter still has one of mine with a walnut stock or at least she better still have it.
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