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Old 02-22-2008, 07:12 AM   #21
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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.


Composite stock primed, painted black with true fire, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. All automotive paint.

Composite stock primed, painted metallic copper with black crytal effect, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. All automotive paint.

Composite stock primed, painted pearl white, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. Reciever, trigger and rings are 24K goldleaf with clear. All automotive paint.

Gray & black laminated stock, painted candy green with green true fire, clear coated, wet sanded and buffed. All automotive paint.
those things are sweet...
if i had the money id ask you to paint one for me....
love the lifelike flames...
as well as the rest... very nice
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Here's my Ruger 10/22 that I've turned into a budget training rifle for bullseye shooting from 50 feet to 100 yards, firing from the standing, sitting, and prone positions. Everything internal is standard factory Ruger, and the barrel is a standard-weight stainless steel Ruger.

The stock is a Dragunov-style from Advanced Technologies. I think it's called the Fiberforce, and it sells for $40. I like the feel of the pistol grip.

The rear sight is an Industry-brand biathalon style micrometer peep sight, .040 aperture, soft rubber eye cup, from Archer Airguns ($69). It clamps to 3/8" dovetail or tip-off mounts that are .42-.45 inch. I am using a Weaver T-09 scope base ($9).

The front sight is a Tech-Sight unit, with the M16 type front post screwed to a very tall position, to get the tip of the front sight about 1.25 inches above the center of the bore. It cost $20 from Tech-Sights.com. I actually have the rear peep Tech-Sight too, but this match grade rear sight is more what I really wanted.




These sights are considerably more comfortable to use than the standard Ruger open sights, and they are more accurate, too. Not quite as accurate as a 4X scope, but it's a significant improvement. And shooting this gun is good training for shooting my highpower target rifle.

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ny marksman where did you buy the stock i like it.
Sorry it took so long to respond. The stock is an Ultra Walnut Stock made by S&K. They do amazing work.

http://www.sandkgunstocks.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=SFNTH&Store_Code=SKG&Category_ Code=FEATURED
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Factory camo stock, Tactical Inovations standard profile threaded 16" barrel, Meuller APV scope, VQ hammer, springs & extractor, extended mag release, auto bolt release and AAC Aviator suppressor.



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18" Adams & Bennett .920 ss fluted
Fajen Thumbhole Sil.
Hornet Products Custom Trigger Group/Speed Bolt Assembly/Buffer
Junkyard Rear Reciever Anchor, Front pillar, and pressure pad
EGW 25 MOA Picatinney Mount
Burris QD Rings
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Standard Ruger 10/22. Custom trigger job. Glass bed job on an old thumb hole stock to float the Butler Creek bull barrel, fluted for weight. Simmons 4-12 variable on top. Shoots sub moa if I do my part with good ammo....







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What kind of dog is that sniffing your scope?

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Damn it! I thought I loaded the other one. That's my 106# German Sheppard. Mr. ALWAYS Helpful.... LOL

Going to have to upload the other picture....

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