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Old 01-15-2013, 02:13 PM   #1
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What kinds of modifications did you guys do to your rugers?



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Old 01-15-2013, 03:14 PM   #2
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This is really an open ended question. You can build the 10/22 of your dreams, all it takes is money. A few years ago I got the bug to get a custom 10/22 so I bought the cheapest one I could find at Wally World. I then took it apart and basically kept only the receiver. I put in a Green Mountain 20” fluted, stainless barrel, a headspaced bolt, a Kidd two stage trigger, the usual buffer, all in a Hogue stock with a Weaver 2x7 rimfire scope. I have been really pleased with it, but if I do it again, I may go for a 18” Kidd barrel to reduce muzzle heaviness. I am pleased with the accuracy. I typically get .5” to .75” groups. That seems to be as good as I can do. It is fun to break clay pigeons at 50 to 100 yds, then shoot the big pieces.



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sureshot513 It should be more about what you want to do. Go over to rimfirecentral and just read . Then deside what you want.

The 2 custom rugers we have are complete oppisites. One very light weight , makes a great hunter. harder to shoot as accurate from the bench because of the lack of weight . Our is 10lb 8oz with almost everthing different as far as the parts go and very easy to shoot from the bench. Both are compable of uder 3/8 at 50 yards with one bing sub .300 if I have a good day. . Barrels from clark customs and kidd. ]Triggers from clark customs and jard, stocks from hogue and boyd's. scopes 4-16 and 6-24. Miss reciever parts from mainly kidd,

The newest barrel company that is the best bang it seems for both accuracy and price is from J F fedderson.

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I didn't mean it like I wanted ideas on what to do with mine I was just curious to see what other people have done to there's. sorry for not being more detailed lol

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This is mine now, 7.5" barrel, Boyds Evolution stock, and some internal mods,



Started out like this!...

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This is mine now, 7.5" barrel, Boyds Evolution stock, and some internal mods,

Started out like this!...
Is the top one suppressed?
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Is that registered as a sbr? It is bad a** for sure, how does it shoot with the short barrel?

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Did a Stock Swap with mine, using the E.A. Brown M1 Carbine Conversion Kit. I added the Oiler and Sling, Tech 100 Front and Rear Sights, and I use the BX25 Mags. It's more accurate now, than it was out of the box as a Stock 10/22:



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Man I do love the Ruger 10/22, so many directions you can take them. I serious believe you can't own to many of these little critters..

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Yep it is.


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