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Old 03-03-2009, 04:35 AM   #31
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This is my M1 Carbine 10/22

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Old 03-03-2009, 08:28 AM   #32
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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.
for all that money what do your groups look like?
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The sporter will shoot a .4" 3 shot group @ 50 yds. The AR clone will only do a 1 inch at that range simply because I'm using a holographic sight. That's good enough for me. Neither rifle was built for matches so it doesn't matter all that much. I'm more then happy with both's accuracy. I'm not as accuracy crazed as a lot of others. The sporter is very accurate to me but it is also an artistic extension of my personality.
Since it seems you mention the money invested here is a list of what has been done to it.

• S&K Ultra Walnut Extra Fancy stock, 1 inch recoil pad and laser engraved

• Trigger Work by Randy at CPC
o 2.0 - 2.4 lb trigger pull
o Trigger and hammer side shims
o Trigger over travel screw
o Forward anti-creep/slack screw
o Auto-bolt release conversion
o Single stage pull reworked to be as crisp as possible
o Oversize receiver pins installed to tighten trigger group
o Extended magazine release installed

Bolt Work by Randy at CPC
o Bolt is totally disassembled, cleaned, deburred
o Bolt face is surface ground and squared to .0425" LR rim headspace depth; same as bolt action rifle for accuracy and reduced flyers
o Bolt side is beautifully prism jeweled
o A hole is E.D.M.'ed and a stainless dowel pin pressed in over the front of the firing pin to hold it from raising up, reducing flyers and to get more consistent firing pin strikes.
o Bolt buffer installed.

• 20 inch black fade to gun metal gray compensated whistle Pig barrel.

• Superior Tactical Ruger logo charging handle, rod and spring.

• Leupold VXII 3-9x33 Ultralight EFR Gloss Black Scope.

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Old 03-04-2009, 01:09 AM   #34
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sorry double posted.

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This is my M1 Carbine 10/22
Sweet lookin 22!

Mine are pretty much bone stock, but I may play around with the sythetic stock 10-22. Not sure what I wanna do with it yet..........
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Default Just Classic + A 25 round clip

I just mine clean, oiled and the way Ruger made it with a .25 round beautiful Butler clip:

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sorry, i don't know how to make it smaller


Butler Creek stock
shooters ridge 25rd. mag X2
Bushnell 3x-9x scope
i put about 400 rounds through it with this setup and only one jam (double load) using Blazer ammo, so i'm very happy with it.

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The sporter will shoot a .4" 3 shot group @ 50 yds. The AR clone will only do a 1 inch at that range simply because I'm using a holographic sight. That's good enough for me. Neither rifle was built for matches so it doesn't matter all that much. I'm more then happy with both's accuracy. I'm not as accuracy crazed as a lot of others. The sporter is very accurate to me but it is also an artistic extension of my personality.
Since it seems you mention the money invested here is a list of what has been done to it.

• S&K Ultra Walnut Extra Fancy stock, 1 inch recoil pad and laser engraved

• Trigger Work by Randy at CPC
o 2.0 - 2.4 lb trigger pull
o Trigger and hammer side shims
o Trigger over travel screw
o Forward anti-creep/slack screw
o Auto-bolt release conversion
o Single stage pull reworked to be as crisp as possible
o Oversize receiver pins installed to tighten trigger group
o Extended magazine release installed

Bolt Work by Randy at CPC
o Bolt is totally disassembled, cleaned, deburred
o Bolt face is surface ground and squared to .0425" LR rim headspace depth; same as bolt action rifle for accuracy and reduced flyers
o Bolt side is beautifully prism jeweled
o A hole is E.D.M.'ed and a stainless dowel pin pressed in over the front of the firing pin to hold it from raising up, reducing flyers and to get more consistent firing pin strikes.
o Bolt buffer installed.

• 20 inch black fade to gun metal gray compensated whistle Pig barrel.

• Superior Tactical Ruger logo charging handle, rod and spring.

• Leupold VXII 3-9x33 Ultralight EFR Gloss Black Scope.
my hammer weighs 2.5- 2.7 lbs i can do 1/4 at 50 and its a stock 597 with a center point 4-16x40 mil dot and all i paid was 170 for the gun and 69 for the scope
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