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Old 01-25-2012, 12:52 AM   #41
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Default my 10/22

you can do alooot with a 10/22

i sport a butlercreek folding stock a 3-9X32 variable scope and a muzzle break + sum paint

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Old 01-25-2012, 01:38 AM   #42
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Can someone answer me. If I bought an after market stock like the dragonuv or the archangel can I still use the BX mags? Cuz in NY we can't have 25 rd clips.

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Old 01-25-2012, 03:04 AM   #43
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BB - Sorry for being tardy to the party...I just saw you responded directly to me in the thread. Thanks for the kind words on my little project rifle. I bought the Tech 100 sights...as basic as it gets. Ghost ring and a post. Literally NO adjustments at all. I pulled my stock scope mount and the Simmons scope the rifle came with OFF, slapped these ON and went shooting.

What was hilarious was when I stopped shooting the paintballs and started shooting the golf tees in half. Pissed everybody off lol. I'm not even a good shot either. I was extremely, ridiculously impressed with these little sights.

Take care and post some pics when you get yours built!

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Old 01-27-2012, 12:49 AM   #44
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I have two archangel stocks and both for the bx-25 mags. No modification no BS good mags and stocks.

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Sooo...I'm extremely interested in getting this Ruger...and have heard pretty great reviews...I just am skeptical about constant jams...
Ditto what Vincent said, Federal bulk and CCI. I only clean it occasionally because I am too busy shooting it. I think it is one many people probably have in their collection although that is not necessarily a reason to buy it. Easy to put a low cost scope on it as well.
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Old 01-27-2012, 01:31 PM   #46
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The ruger 1022 is the best on the market hands down. If u don't want your 1022 to jam clean it well and throw your cheap high comp. Mags in the trash spend the money and buy rugers bx-25 mags.

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Ditto what Vincent said, Federal bulk and CCI. I only clean it occasionally because I am too busy shooting it. I think it is one many people probably have in their collection although that is not necessarily a reason to buy it. Easy to put a low cost scope on it as well.
So, of the bulk ammo, Federal (Champion) is decent?
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Federal (Champion) is decent?
I do not know. I have shot the value pack through my 10/22 and 22/45 without any issues. Sometimes I shoot the the auto match. The large quantity boxes work well for my outdoor range trips. Mostly I shoot CCI because the 100 round packaging works best for my indoor range trips with my 22/45. No matter what other gun I may be shooting indoor I always bring my 22/45 because I find it fun to shoot.
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So, of the bulk ammo, Federal (Champion) is decent?
.22's are notoriously picky eaters. I can't say the Federal will work for yours, only that it works well for mine. All you can do is pick up a box (under $20 here) and try it out. Worst case, you're only out $20 and maybe you can use it for ballistic wampum, swap with someone at the range for something else. Best case, it works great and it's cheap as h**l to shoot...
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.22's are notoriously picky eaters. I can't say the Federal will work for yours, only that it works well for mine. All you can do is pick up a box (under $20 here) and try it out. Worst case, you're only out $20 and maybe you can use it for ballistic wampum, swap with someone at the range for something else. Best case, it works great and it's cheap as h**l to shoot...
I used the Remington bulk on my first trip out. Mostly because it's what the sales dude handed me when I said I wanted some ammo as I bought my gun.

I will say it must help keep my gun pretty clean. I ended up with so much crap on my fingers that never made it into the chamber. ;-)
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