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DorikinGTSt 10-24-2005 07:46 AM

"Ultimate 77/22" picture thread!
seems like there should be a thread for 77/22 pics.

bull barrels, suppressors, aftermarket stocks, etc...

from GM's site:


Troutman 10-24-2005 07:56 AM

Good Idea, here's my Custom 77/17 Hummer.

Ole' Man River 10-24-2005 07:59 PM

Do these qualify ?



Remmy 10-24-2005 10:47 PM

Those guns sure are some fine looking ones thats for sure. Ive been watching this post. Why not post average sized groups that you shoot with it too, since there are so many posts about the accuracy of these guns it seems. Regardless if they have aftermarket accessories, i know there are some real good shooters in the mix. I was just wishing there was a post with info on the gun doing the shooting, or like here, at least a picture of it, with avg group size or something included, knock out two birds with one stone.

Ole man river- i sure do like that blued gun in the middle pic! Like to stick that massive palm swell from the first stock onto that angled thumbhole stock too. I think that would fit me right nicely. :D

AFshooter 10-25-2005 12:52 AM

Great thread Idea.
Here is my sleeper. Its a 1984. Bedded, floated and triggered. I am not sure what the trigger is as I bought it used. Pull is about 2 lbs. no creep, no overtravel. Its a .22LR but sometimes it plays the role of a single shot .17 HMR thanks to a spare take off barrel purchased from an RFC member!http://www.hunt101.com/img/337081.jpg
Group size: Under 1/4" @ 25 yds.

DorikinGTSt 10-25-2005 01:14 AM

mod list and group size are a great idea.

this will give people an idea of what's available.

who makes stock's for the 77/22?

i'd like a 77/22 in a McMillan A-4, personally...

JimHnSTL 10-25-2005 07:50 AM

well it's not an "Ultimate" in most folks eyes but here is what i have after a couple of purchases from two diff. guys here on rimfirecentral. i have done the target sear on it but i have yet to get it bedded. shoots well though, i don't have any pics of groups but i'll get some next time out with it. http://www.missouri-whitetails.com/d...7-22-1-med.jpg

Tacoma 10-25-2005 08:48 AM

:mad: My stock 77/17 (with just a tad of trigger polishing) shoots so good out of the box that 've been afraid to mod anything!

Cassings 12-11-2005 07:27 PM


Mine is a stock 22mag for now but I'm working on making one sexy beast out of it.

does anyone make synthetic aftermarket stocks?....that arent plastic "ruger" stocks?

Ferdinand 12-14-2005 10:12 PM

Cassings, check out Midway and Mid South Shooters Supply for stocks - those are my favorite sources for stuff like that anyway. I like the stock rifles as they are, even the stainless ones with the canoe paddle stocks. Maybe not the sexiest upgrades, but I'd probably spend my money on work from CPC. Seems like they consistently deliver improved accuracy and have lots of satisfied customers. Just my $.02.

Uncle Jed 12-14-2005 11:26 PM

Does Trigger Work Count?
To me, they are all great shooter's, so they do..
Top to bottom.. 22 Hornet - 17 HMR - .22 Mag. - somewhat worked over 1976 10/22..
Good Shooting.. :Blasting_

Ketchum Quick 12-21-2005 07:04 AM

Nice picture guys. I am thinking that I need a 77/22mag to play around with.

I'd like a heavy fluted barrel and a grey laminated stock to tuck a nice stainless action into.

I had a .22 Hornet 77/22H years ago and I put a Dayton Traister adjustable trigger in it with a Volquartson sear and man was that nice.

Maybe after the '05 taxes are paid up.


DM1 12-31-2005 08:12 PM


Originally Posted by Troutman
Good Idea, here's my Custom 77/17 Hummer.

Hey Troutman, sweet gun. What's the color of that stock if you don't mind me asking.

Troutman 12-31-2005 10:00 PM

Hi DM1,
That's a Boyd's Pepper Laminate "Ross Thumbhole". Well finished stock that needed only final sanding and finishing, I can highly recommend them.

zomby woof 01-01-2006 09:06 AM

Hey Troutman
I'm thinking of getting the nutmeg for my build. Can you please tell me how long the wood is from the receiver forward and how wide the forend is. Did it require much fitting? Did you bed it. Thanks.

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