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Old 01-20-2012, 12:24 AM   #11
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Here's what mine looks like.
Dragonov Style Ati stock, extended magazine release, muzzle brake, bipod and 3x9 mildot scope with red and green reticules. I love the thing.
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Old 01-20-2012, 02:18 AM   #12
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In my opinion it is a very good choice. They are very easy to break down, the aftermarket support is great and to top it all, they are reliable and FUN.

There is one problem with them and that is they are kind of like AR's, if you go down the road to modifying it you can't stop. The trigger pull on them is generally pretty bad but with some time almost anyone can do a decent trigger job on them. If you want to just get a drop in replacement, the Kidd triggers are AMAZING.
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You can't go wrong with a 10/22. I bought myself one. But my son claimed it for himself. This last Christmas I spent a few hundred dollars on upgrades and officially gave it to him as one of his presents. This is a pic of the finished gun.
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Old 01-20-2012, 04:49 AM   #14
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You can't go wrong with a 10/22. I bought myself one. But my son claimed it for himself. This last Christmas I spent a few hundred dollars on upgrades and officially gave it to him as one of his presents. This is a pic of the finished gun.
That's pretty much exactly how I'd want to set mine up. Except I'm not that into bipods...but who knows...that might change...couldn't hurt to have one just incase! Beautiful

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How well does it shoot?

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The only trouble ive had with jams has been using subs which are not powerful enough to cycle the action. That was using winchesters. I know that cci and eley do not do this, and of course any super sonic rounds. Otherwise i cannot reccommend the 10/22 enough. I cant clain to have much experience with other 22s but as my first rifle it has done me proud. The only mod iv made was a new hammer which dropped the trigger pull nicely. Heres a pic.

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Yeah I am def going with that. For sure. It'll be a few weeks but I'm def grabbin one.

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The only trouble ive had with jams has been using subs which are not powerful enough to cycle the action. That was using winchesters. I know that cci and eley do not do this, and of course any super sonic rounds. Otherwise i cannot reccommend the 10/22 enough. I cant clain to have much experience with other 22s but as my first rifle it has done me proud. The only mod iv made was a new hammer which dropped the trigger pull nicely. Heres a pic.

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How much did your trigger group cost?

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I can't say that my 10/22 has every jammed,and I've shot thousands of rounds out of it.I have had a few FTF's with some ammo,and the only FTE's were with sub-sonic ammo which won't cycle the bolt anyway.
But,I don't use anything but factory magazines in it either.



I put this one together for a friend of mine-

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I pick up my first 10/22 on Monday. It's the Basic RB Model, with the Wood Stock and 18.5" Barrel. I don't even have it yet..... and I just bought some upgrades online today. I ordered 5 Ruger BX-25 Black Mags, and the EA Brown M1 Carbine Conversion Stock Kit shown here: M1 Carbine Replica Ruger 10/22 Stock - An M1 Carbine styled stock for the Ruger 10/22

Of course, I also ordered the Sling with Oiler, M1 Sights, and the M1 Gun Case. It wouldn't be right to just order part of the Kit.

As others have mentioned above, pretty much any configuration is available for the 10/22 that you're looking for. Lotsa Aftermarket Support for this Classic Rifle.

Best of Luck!

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