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Old 02-13-2020, 09:33 AM
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I really like the stock on this one as well, and the stainless hammered barrel compliments it well. I'm debating whether or not I need a bolt action .22 anymore.


I have to keep a bolt action for cci quite



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Old 02-17-2020, 09:03 PM
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Thatís a good point..


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Old 02-17-2020, 11:27 PM
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No, you do not need a bolt, pump or lever for CCI Quiet ammo. You just need a Volquartsen Firefly Bolt.
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Old 02-18-2020, 07:46 AM
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well, I have a Henry H001 carbine lever gun, so technically I can shoot anything out of that... I don't NEED a bolt, but do I want one later? Maybe...
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No maybe about it. Yes, you definitely want one soon.
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Old 02-19-2020, 10:19 AM
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No maybe about it. Yes, you definitely want one soon.
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if I buy it online, its + shipping, and tax in Mass plus the $25 to register it.
I live in MA and I've never had to pay to register a gun no matter where I bought it. Unless your referring to the fee your FFL charges for doing the transfer? That varies from place to place. I know of places that do it for free, and I've seen other places charge as much as $40. $25 seems about the average but there are plenty of shops who will do it for only $10.
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I have one of these I bought new in '02. It's a good shooter. I believe I paid about $360 here in California.
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Old 02-19-2020, 07:38 PM
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I think you made a good buy.
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I live in MA and I've never had to pay to register a gun no matter where I bought it. Unless your referring to the fee your FFL charges for doing the transfer? That varies from place to place. I know of places that do it for free, and I've seen other places charge as much as $40. $25 seems about the average but there are plenty of shops who will do it for only $10.


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CCI quite what?
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I have the same model bought new in 2018 and it comes with what Ruger marketed as a ďtargetĒ trigger. This might be a bx trigger but I recall at the time the trigger pull weight was marketed as being lighter than what was advertised for the bx. I think you paid a good price for it considering itís discontinued and the stainless hammer forged barrel is hard to find, at least in California.

Have you tried better ammo with it? Mine is capable of better than 1Ē groups with CCI SV and Eley Club. I also have a KIDD trigger.



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I have the same model bought new in 2018 and it comes with what Ruger marketed as a ďtargetĒ trigger. This might be a bx trigger but I recall at the time the trigger pull weight was marketed as being lighter than what was advertised for the bx. ]
as far as I know the "Target Trigger" was merely a standard production line trigger that tested a bit lighter than the average builds during the assembly process...therefore the hammer, sear, disconnect, and hammer are just standard geometry parts and they are not interchangeable with the BX parts which came out many years later

I've never seen any pull weight advertised for the Target Trigger by Ruger, and they weren't guaranteed to fall within a certain weight range like the BX's are (of course if you have some type of advertising or anything of that nature that says anything to the contrary, I would love to see it)
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Old 03-10-2020, 10:11 AM
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Thanks for clarifying the history of the target trigger crackedcornish. I could have sworn that I read the trigger weight for the 1262 model on Rugers site, which I canít find anymore. However I did a quick google search and there are articles which confirmed what you said about the target being heavier than the BX, so Iíve got it backwards, my apologies! Iíll test mine this week to see what it reads. Kind of moot since Iíve got the KIDD single stage but it would be good to know.
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