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Old 12-23-2017, 03:46 PM
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I kinda like that one. Good job JDouglas.
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Old 12-23-2017, 04:01 PM
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I kinda like that one. Good job JDouglas.


Thanks, I've had it for a few months. I didn't share sooner because I didn't want to hear all the backlash about its legality. Since this post already had this discussion I figured I would share it. Only thing I don't like about it is that if you shoot it without the can you have to make sure your fingers don't ride up and get blown off.


Here is a picture down into the brace that shows the round tube and shrink tube.

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Old 12-27-2017, 11:12 PM
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JDouglas, you should get a "flash can" to put on the barrel when not using the can. That way you wont have to worry about accidently shooting your finger tips...they make those slimline flash cans in varying lengths
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Old 12-31-2017, 12:38 PM
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Here's my charger. I think I'm through with the build, but you never know...

- Brimstone Tier 2 trigger job
- JWH Competition Bolt, slide, and charging handle
- VQ Carbon Barrel
- Isis22 Suppressor

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kms7t1nqdz...arger.jpg?dl=0
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Old 02-03-2018, 09:01 AM
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New mods to Charger

Update on some mods to my Charger

First I replaced the single forend sling stud with a short picatinny rail that utilized the two sling stud holes in the factory Blackhawk Axiom stock. I'm looking for a rail that is similar in length but has a QD socket machined into the rail. I looped the sling thru the slots in the forend. Works fine, but not very quick to remove. The sling definitely help hold the pistol steady when cheek welded and standing. Just wish it was QD.

And added a 300 lumen weapon light for those late night armadillo raids!

Then I mounted a rear sling stud (again, in the future I will replace this with a QD socket), need to trim the length of the threaded screw, but will wait to see if I can find a QD socket, then fix that issue and epoxy that into the tube.....and installed a 'letter opener' into the rear tube. The opener's sheath is mounted INSIDE the tube and the opener 'clicks' into the sheath, so it won't simply fall out, you have to purposely draw the opener out of the stock's tube. Ya never know when you might need that capability!

I installed a neoprene cheek pad on the tube. Not sure if I'm that happy with that. I would love to find a piece of black leather that is longer to replace the neoprene pad.

Between the rear sling mount and neoprene pad, the alleged buffer tube has been disabled for stock installation. Yep, it's just a pistol.

Installed a Volquartsen Speed hammer, trigger now at 2 lbs. Installed a JWH Custom Molon Labe CNC Bolt and JWH extended skeletonized bolt handle. Modded the bolt release.

Looking into a Leupold fixed 4 power x 28mm compact rifle scope for more accuracy on those squirrels!....but the Bushnell TRS-25 is working just fine for now....it's proven to be MOA (minute of armadillo) at 75 yards!

I'm enjoying this Charger more than my 10/22's....I see another Charger in my future, no doubt about it!
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Old 02-04-2018, 01:17 PM
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Lets see those Chargers!!!!!

Just got my first Charger. I already have the precision rifle/pistol rimfire category covered and I wanted something that I can use as a walk-in-the-woods gun that can hit 2MOA but is reliable/light/tough/collapsible/compact and simple to maintain. What I really wanted was a 10/22 SBR but without the hassle of getting a stamp. The Charger Takedown with a brace fits that bill perfectly. As it’s going to be an outdoor gun (around water), I opted for a SS model and swapped the laminate stock for the poly stock. Here’s how she’s outfitted:

Charger SS TD
Charger TD poly stock
JWH Custom bolt
Kidd auto bolt release
Kidd mag plunger
Kidd receiver pins
Kidd charging assembly
Kidd mag release
Custom bolt buffer
Rubber tire liner strip in the barrel channel
Brimstone tier 2 trigger
Copper Custom adapter
Kak shockwave pistol kit
Magpul MOE grip
Red dot sight (temp until RMR mount comes in)
Gemtech Outback IID suppressor

As pictured, she weighs in (unloaded) at 5lbs 1oz. When loaded and lighter RMR equipped, it should stay about that weight. Shooting CCI SV from a rest, she’s right at 2MOA. That’s good enough for my purposes. It would probably do better with Eley or SK Rifle Match ammo but it would need a scope to benefit from better ammo. The only thing I may do is replace the barrel with a cantilevered tension barrel after I’ve shot out the stock barrel (it’ll be a while).


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Old 02-20-2018, 02:37 PM
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JDouglas, you should get a "flash can" to put on the barrel when not using the can. That way you wont have to worry about accidently shooting your finger tips...they make those slimline flash cans in varying lengths
Or a blast forwarding device (a type of flashcan) as it also makes a noticeable difference in the perceived sound to the sh ooter. Nice rig you've built.
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Old 02-20-2018, 04:14 PM
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My current Charger version.
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Old 05-05-2018, 05:34 PM
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New Charger....

I just picked up a Charger last week. I ordered a Bushnell 2x6 scope for it, which came in the other day. I just got it all together. Thanks to another thread here, I picked up a Ridgid tool box to use as a carrying case. Now I just need to get the foam for it.....





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Old 05-23-2018, 11:42 AM
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If you look at the AR pistols you will see that they have a different buffer tube that does not have the rail on the bottom for the butt stock. To the ATF if you put a regular buffer tube on an AR pistol you now have an SBR.
Old post, but to anyone reading - this isn't true at all. In fact, there are several cases where the ATF has said its fine to have a carbine tube on a pistol. The only potential issue is if you have a carbine tube with an unaccounted for stock in the same vicinity
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Old 06-28-2018, 08:37 PM
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Archangel tactical inovations pistol

Archangel stock, milled to accommodate KAK shockwave.
Tactical innovation, lightweight 4" barrel
Tactical innovation receiver milled out for left handed charge handle
BX trigger tuned to 1.5 lbs
Form 1 Silencer 7" ( very quiet )
Crimson trace IR laser ( for night vision use )
Burris Fast fire dot sight
Midwest industries rear sling attachment
Magpul forward sling attachment.

this gun is very very light. fun to shoot ( probly my favorite )
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Old 08-27-2018, 08:54 PM
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Got it all assembled this weekend.
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Old 08-27-2018, 09:18 PM
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Whoa! A SB tactical collapsible ...
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Old 09-05-2018, 10:50 PM
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Nordic Components Chassis

I love this thing!
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Old 09-13-2018, 01:28 PM
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...Here's my take on the Ruger Charger. It's a Charger mounted in a Gungner GR22 stock. The quadrail was shortened to fit the length of the attached linear compensator (a no name one off of ebay). The SBA3 adjustable brace, the pistol grip off a Ruger Precision Rimfire, a Dagger Defense red dot and a Nightstrike Diamondback angled fore grip round out the little blaster...

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98 1LE, thanks for the assist in getting my tinypic posting problems figured out...

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