Originally Posted by JTJ
I dont care what the PDF says. My statement still stands. Change the recoil pin to Delrin if you want to shoot the hot stuff unless of course you dont mind ruining your receiver. Battering the steel pin with the bolt will elongate the pin holes in the aluminum receiver and it isnt too good for the bolt either. Mo-Rod sells the pins in a 2 pack and they are cheap. It also cuts down the noise.
I have been shooting 10-22's since they came out so I suggest you put your smart ass attitude down and Read This.
. I have also been shooting 10/22 a REAL LONG TIME as well as other firearms also. I've been taught to READ THE MANUAL IN DETAIL FIRST BEFORE CHAMBERING A ROUND.
Again, shooting Stingers IS A CHAMBERING ISSUE
WITH THE TARGET MODEL
. THE STINGER ROUND WILL NOT CHAMBER WITHOUT PROBLEMS OF THE LONGER STINGER ROUND GETTING STUCK IN THE MATCH CHAMBER
. I SHOOT STINGERS OUT OF MY NON-TARGET RUGER 10/22's WITH NO REAL ISSUE. Why don't you take the time to read the on-line 10/22 manual, page 14 regarding the TARGET MODEL ONLY
If the impact of the bolt on the bolt stop pin is a concerned when shooting Stingers, Kidd has has an option of a hardened steel pin surrounded with a rubber tube to lessen the impact force of the bolt stop pin on the aluminum receiver of the Stinger round. The Kidd part actually nominally reduces the noise of the action.