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mtcentral 11-14-2005 12:42 AM

Tactical 10/22 Pics Please
 
i wanna build a 10/22 probably with black/ silver scope, bi-pod and pistol grip please post pics of your rifles. folding stocks or ar styled too

ipscshooter 11-14-2005 07:19 PM

It was that metal L shaped thing. What its supposed to do is keep the barrel band from coming off by going underneath it. That way, there is pressure pushing outward on th band but the L thing has a notch making sure it doesn't move.

Oh yes, and here is mine:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...ruger10222.jpg

Kontalonis 11-14-2005 07:53 PM

Personally, i would rather go with a nice sporter stock with that "sniper" look. I need to get my cam up and running again but i'll post stats and you can pursue the items if you'd like.

Stats are:
Butler Creek Sporter Synthetic Black Stock-the only thing i have to complain about is the front sling swivel. When i tightened up my bipod it came loose. There's an easy fix though. Just get you one of the sline swivels with the nuts and it will go right through and fit perfect. Just take the stock off, put it through, tighten the nut and you're set.

EABCO 17M2 Barrel-Great for hunting purposed and probably for bullseye but i don't have a high power scope on mine.

Titanium firing pin-this improves lock time and decreases chance of misfires, great addition if you ask me. Easy installation also.

Power Custom hammer and sear kit along with some trigger work by my gunsmith set at 2.6lbs with minimal creep and overtravel. You have an accurate gun........you gotta have a good trigger.

Extended mag release-tired of sticking your finger up and holding the rifle with the other arm. Extend your mag release and continue with no look mag changes while you stay on target. Mandatory upgrade.

Magnum research 17M2 bolt handle-nice and chunky for easy cocking.

Automatic bolt release-turns another two handed procedure into a one hand ease.

Harris bipod-a must for any tactical rifle. Great durability and great adjustment.

Now on to optics:
Power custom weaver base-put this base on with a little blue locktite and as my little food buddy says.......SET IT AND FORGET IT!

Weaver topmount rings-i'm a fan of weaver rings, never had any problems.

Burris 2-7-Great little scope that stays on zero and is very clear, nothing more, nothing less.

Butler Creek flip ups-makes the rifle look tough and also protects your scope from oil and other gun essentials.

Sorry if i babbled a little bit, but i love talking guns.

My whole rifle is black and looks mean. I love it and it was my first 10/22 that i bought from a friend and just couldn't stop buying stuff.

The only thing i have to add is kidd pins and a recoil buffer to get rid of that CLANK.

Low Budget Hero 11-14-2005 08:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ipscshooter
It was that metal L shaped thing. What its supposed to do is keep the barrel band from coming off by going underneath it. That way, there is pressure pushing outward on th band but the L thing has a notch making sure it doesn't move.

:yeahthat:

I still have my choate pistolstock (exactly what soundwave has) in its original form. ispcshooter is correct on the cut away.

edit: ispc, what did you use for the cheek rest and how is it held in place?

heydave 11-14-2005 08:38 PM

My toy.http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y22...evolution1.jpg

gunnut4life 11-15-2005 07:42 PM

you did say tactical, didn't you?

http://img377.imageshack.us/img377/6...00065ve1jo.jpg

soundwave 11-15-2005 07:56 PM

Thats awesome! I like it alot. Is that the Dixie Con. bullpup?

gunnut4life 11-15-2005 08:39 PM

yes, and at just over 26" with an 18" barrel it shoots and handles great.

soundwave 11-15-2005 08:40 PM

Cool, what kind of red dot is that???

gunnut4life 11-15-2005 09:18 PM

cheap knockoff of an aimpoint, but for a .22 it works well.

soundwave 11-15-2005 10:47 PM

It certainly looks like an aimpoint, i thought thats what it was :confused:

Where did you pick it up and how much it cost ya, if you mind me asking?

gunnut4life 11-15-2005 11:37 PM

I got it on ebay. I think it was around fifty bucks or so. I don't think I would put it on anything more powerful than a .22, it was made for airsoft :eek: but it holds zero and works fine. here is a link for one just like it ( same seller too) aimpoint replica

mtcentral 11-16-2005 09:56 AM

yes that is sweet. ive never seen anything like that!!!! where did you get the stock from.

-=DFOX=- 11-16-2005 06:30 PM

www.dixieconsolidated.com I believe, I got one on my xmas list.

How is the cam trigger system? Work pretty good? Any problems with setting everything up?

SillyMike 11-18-2005 12:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gunnut4life
cheap knockoff of an aimpoint, but for a .22 it works well.

I got one of them on a shotgun... a few hundred's slugs latter, it is still going strong :D

Mike.


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