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    The 10/22 is ready for the range

    Finished upgrading the 10/22 this weekend:



    Started life as a std carbine:

    - Tactical Solutions threaded fluted barrel w/ comp (needed to put something on the end for now, but looking forward to trying out my friends suppressor on it)

    - Hogue overmolded stock (see my Midway thread in the vendor feedback section), with spacer to bring LOP to 14" and sleeve for adjusting comb height

    - Power Custom trigger kit (EZ install and trigger is 100% better)

    - Volquartsen bolt stop

    - Butler Creek steel lips 25rnd mag and extended release

    - Harris bipod

    - And the Leupold M1 10X I had inherited from my Dad

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    That's pretty nice. I have a 22 I'm doing some stuff with too. I lucked into an AMT rifle that they made only one year if I remember right. It's made almost exact to the Ruger 10-22 except it has a steel receiver rather than the aluminum one in most Ruger.

    How do you like the TS barrel? I have been looking at them for a while for my MKIII and my rifle project.

    Here's mine as it is so far


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    So what's the total damage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_J View Post
    Finished upgrading the 10/22 this weekend:



    Started life as a std carbine:

    - Tactical Solutions threaded fluted barrel w/ comp (needed to put something on the end for now, but looking forward to trying out my friends suppressor on it)

    - Hogue overmolded stock (see my Midway thread in the vendor feedback section), with spacer to bring LOP to 14" and sleeve for adjusting comb height

    - Power Custom trigger kit (EZ install and trigger is 100% better)

    - Volquartsen bolt stop

    - Butler Creek steel lips 25rnd mag and extended release

    - Harris bipod

    - And the Leupold M1 10X I had inherited from my Dad
    VERY nice!

    That ought to get-er-done, especially with that Leupold on top!
    "Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
    (RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilsJohnson View Post
    That's pretty nice. I have a 22 I'm doing some stuff with too. I lucked into an AMT rifle that they made only one year if I remember right. It's made almost exact to the Ruger 10-22 except it has a steel receiver rather than the aluminum one in most Ruger.

    How do you like the TS barrel? I have been looking at them for a while for my MKIII and my rifle project.

    Here's mine as it is so far

    Another nice one! Cool stock!
    "Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
    (RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)

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    I really like the look of this gun... A lot!

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