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Old 01-16-2006, 12:15 AM
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clint, i agree with you. if anyone is interseted, have laid down the gauntlet!! go back two posts and check out the marlin 60 pics, total stocker, well a bit of trigger work. post groups of your "super" whatever ya have. need some adrenalin to keep testing, LOL.

this is gonna be fun. luv it!!








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Old 01-16-2006, 12:28 AM
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do what is necessary to make your pet project shoot well. still think it should be factory as we see them, but oh well..... but, hay, come what may que, sera, sera, and we can have our own plasticized; do what you will to it forum. think the fun part for me is taking one of those flimsy factory stocks and making them shoot good. most guys throw those away in an attempt to aid in accuracy. you are one of the purists here in keeping with that, LOL, POS stock as i have and will not abandon it!! more tweaking in order.








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Old 01-16-2006, 01:39 AM
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how is your trigger comming?how light can these thing be modded to and be safe?? I think mine is really holding me back. and if you havent tried Eley biathlon yet you should. the best groups on my earlier post is with them

this is too fun messin with these lil guns
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Well my super stock #2... This is all AK's fault by the way. So far money invested 10/22 walmart special= $215, GM Fade fluted 22" sporter in stainless $40 second (no idea why they deemed it a second) I sold the original 10/22 22" wm special barrel on ebay around $50

I want a nice low powered scope for this, will add a WeaponKraft buffer and prob a VQ trigger, bed area of takedown screw and 2" of barrel, seat headspace on the bolt, I still have some work inletting it as well, 90% finished.

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Here we are only 48 hours into this crusade and we are already over 90 posts. Obviously there is alot of pent up interest in well tuned, good shooting, PRACTICAL rifles. Real hunting, plinking, carrying rifles. Who wants to lug some 11 lb "Ultimate" around just just to go scare some squirrels?

Again folks, I came up with a name, I pushed the idea but MANY of YOU were and are already building the rifles. And yes, I hope that this encourages many more of you to get started. I didn't invent this class of rifle, you did that. I just recognised a large interest and the need for a label.......SuperStock.

Remember, this is an inclusive thing! We want as as many people that want to join us as possible
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Well my super stock #2... This is all AK's fault by the way.
In no way did I force anybody to spend their hard earned cash. Wish I could find a blued 22" sporter.
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Well my super stock #2... This is all AK's fault by the way. So far money invested 10/22 walmart special= $215, GM Fade fluted 22" sporter in stainless $40 second (no idea why they deemed it a second) I sold the original 10/22 22" wm special barrel on ebay around $50

I want a nice low powered scope for this, will add a WeaponKraft buffer and prob a VQ trigger, bed area of takedown screw and 2" of barrel, seat headspace on the bolt, I still have some work inletting it as well, 90% finished.

Clint, that is what I think of it a nice little SuperStock rifle. Very nice. Please let us know how it shoots when you get it finished.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:21 AM
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In no way did I force anybody to spend their hard earned cash. Wish I could find a blued 22" sporter.

I don't want to take this thread on a right turn, but I found a cold treatment that supposed to turn stainless black like blue, I know they are hot "blue" treatments for stainless, i will have to try the cold.

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for VINCES' new idea, all types of guns should be allowed as long as they are semi-autos. my .22 cents
I think this is a great idea also . If anybody has an Ol' Browning Auto 22 or even the surprisingly Norinco version (regret selling that one- 3/8" @ 50 grouper with nothing more than a 4x32 Bushnell ) I'd love to see the groups .
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Old 01-16-2006, 05:27 PM
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trigger ??

chromie,
LOL, yea, ruined a sear and hammer from the mdl 60. but had on hand a new set; so went at it again. kinda hard to work on, but got down to around 3#'s. nuttin' xtrordinary, but started as a beat up pawner. took a bit of TLC to make it look 1/2 decent. left a lot of the dings, scratches for the "used" look, but did some sanding, cut finger grooves, a bit of rit dye and a coupla coats of poly. did a lot of polishing on the bolt and receiver so it would cycle subs reliably, but while testing, ran out and need to get more. other than that, its factory stock and figured it would have a place on our new forum.













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Old 01-16-2006, 06:20 PM
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Ive got a Marlin just like that one buried in a closet,when you guys get these things figured out I will pull it out and start my own,did you polish the trigger group just like we do with the 10-22s?
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polish ??

nonya, yes,
polished as best i could without taking the whole thing apart and
put the stones, files to it. drag yours out of the closet, wipe it down, a cleaning perhaps, and go try some ammo. "out of the box", i think the 60's are a bit more accurate, well, my one and only anyhow. there is a big following here on these great plinkers. they hold more ammo, for one thing
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OHK...its out and disassembled,how do you remove that rear sight on the barrel?
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OK got it out,you have to knock ity out sideways I didnt relize it was a dovetail type.Im gonna start by polishing the inside of reciever where the bolt slides,bolt and the two trigger contacts,this trigger is VERY simple with few moving parts.
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Old 01-16-2006, 09:03 PM
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nonya,

LOL. when i took my 60 apart, took pics close up, before i took it apart. yea, polished the hammer face, bolt, receiver rails, anyting i cold think of. a lot smoother now. a good "cabin fever" project.








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