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Old 09-28-2019, 01:45 PM
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Oversize trigger housing pins, a buffer, and an auto bolt release. Thanks Nick.
worthless mods, save your money
We're talking around $15 for all 3. You can do your own ABR and buffer for free and then just buy the trigger pins for $5 - $6. I wouldn't say worthless. The auto bolt release may not make your rifle any more accurate, but it definitely makes it easier to release the bolt. Buffer gets rid of the "clanking" noise that the 10/22 makes. And the oversized trigger pins actually hold your trigger group straight and don't fall out when you pull your receiver out of the stock. So while none of these things may make a 10/22 more accurate, they do make it more pleasurable to shoot IMO.
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