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Old 05-05-2012, 04:27 PM   #111
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I opened mine up after the first feed issue and added some oil, 1000 rounds later so far and not another issue.
Looks like I'll put some Hoppes in the trekking bag.
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it looks a lot cooler in person but that's what happens when you shoot a 22 at a frying pan made of aluminum
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Old 05-09-2012, 01:56 AM   #113
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it looks a lot cooler in person but that's what happens when you shoot a 22 at a frying pan made of aluminum
That looks cool!! I'm gonna have to try that.
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it looks a lot cooler in person but that's what happens when you shoot a 22 at a frying pan made of aluminum
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That looks cool!! I'm gonna have to try that.
if I had a really super high definition camera I would show you in great detail the holes because it looks like it literally melted through the pan and this is at 25 yards also you should if you have old expired cans of food thay r fun to shoot with high powered rifles expescially milk or tomato sauce.

Tomato sauce and chicken noodle soup do not look good when mixed
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Frying pan ha!!!!................I will never ever shoot any type of frying pan again, ever!!!!.......Probably before most of you were born I shot a 12 inch cast iron frying pan at near 100 yards with my M 1 Garand.....The 30 06 bullet hit at an angle and ricocheted to a pine tree where it ricocheted to my left shin....I still have a nasty scar and a half inch dent in my shin bone.......The frying pan was broken into several pieces and died.

Unfortunately we didn't have a camera to show you the dead frying pan and I didn't care about pictures, because I was bleeding like a pig, in great pain, and desiring to be taken to the nearest hospital.

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Just picked up my first 10/22 for $200 at walmart. Now it's decision time. I want to keep the wood stock but trying to decide red dot or regular scope and what magazines are best I have a ruger bx-25 now trying to find a drum mag or other 25 rounders

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Just picked up my first 10/22 for $200 at walmart. Now it's decision time. I want to keep the wood stock but trying to decide red dot or regular scope and what magazines are best I have a ruger bx-25 now trying to find a drum mag or other 25 rounders
I'd go with the bx 25 I don't have any but I heard I hear they're just as good if not better than the butler creek steel lips which have treated me well I love the woodstock but you can't put a sling on it and the way I use my 22 I don't wanna wreck that woodstock so I put a tactical on it I don't know how to use the red dot properly so when I had 1 I couldnt site it in so I went with a scope and I must say it's very accurate
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I've been looking at all these different stocks for the 10/22 and I think I'm gonna go with the Archangel stock. I did find this which is pretty cool!! Since I live so close to Chicago!!

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I've been looking at all these different stocks for the 10/22 and I think I'm gonna go with the Archangel stock. I did find this which is pretty cool!! Since I live so close to Chicago!!

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I looked at all the difference stock's too did you see the m1 carbine stock also you may wanna look at the tapco intrafuse 1022 stock it's a very nice stock it seems very durable
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