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Old 12-28-2007, 11:26 PM   #11
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Amazing rifle Bill. How much do you estimate you have in it?
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ny marksman where did you buy the stock i like it.
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As of now I have a bit over $1500.00 invested. I know it seems like a lot but if you want a top of the line rimfire you have to be willing to spend whatever it costs to to bring your ideas to reality. I'm extremely satisfied with the way it came out.
Quality like your 10/22 takes time and money. Nicely done.
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Ny Marksman, I really like the new but classic look of your stock. Especially the Ruger logo. I'm going to start a new 10/22 project, who did your stock, I think I going to go along the classic line. Thanks and great gun.
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My first rifle. It's a 10/22 Deluxe Model, made in 1969 (s/n 15,xxx). Other than the receiver sight, just the way it left the factory. Wood sure is pretty. They don't look like that anymore.

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First of all NY marksman, that is the most beautiful 10/22 I've EVER seen! Wonderful job! Mary'sdad, I've only seen a pic of that style once before. What a great looking rifle! Leave it as is!

Here are my two. The modified one has a Ram-Line folding stock and simmons 4X scope. The other was my Dads and became mine when he passed away. I will give it to my oldest son when I go.
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Not fancy, but it's a tack driver!


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Internal milling, trigger job, etc. by Leupold engineer / gunsmith when I worked there.
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Wood sure is pretty. They don't look like that anymore.

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I agree! My new 10/22 doesn't look 1/2 that good!
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Here are some 10/22's that a friend has built and I painted for his collection. I am new to the 10/22 scene, my friend asked me to paint some and now I am hooked. I am in the process of building my own custom. Let me know what you think.

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Composite stock primed, painted black with true fire, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. All automotive paint.
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Composite stock primed, painted metallic copper with black crytal effect, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. All automotive paint.
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Composite stock primed, painted pearl white, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. Reciever, trigger and rings are 24K goldleaf with clear. All automotive paint.
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Gray & black laminated stock, painted candy green with green true fire, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. All automotive paint.
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