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Old 04-08-2010, 02:27 PM
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OK, here is a quick photo I took. I'm just tickled as to how this is turning out! I've not even had a chance to fire it yet! This is my Hogue Ultimate Liberty Training Rifle! Sort of a hybrid of styles I guess.

Factory Ruger K10/22-T Hogue Blue
Power Custom Hammer/Adjustable Sear
Power Custom Extended Auto Bolt Release
Rimfire Technologies Charging Handle
Tuffer Buffer
E.R. Shaw Helical Fluted 18" (looking for a 20" but this should do! LOL)
TSR200 Tech Sights with TS157 Bull Barrel Adapter w/NM Post
Two Clear Ruger 10 Rounders on an E&L Mfg Dual Clip Holder
Modern Black on Black GI Sling on Uncle Mikes semi-QR swivels




Future mods to help tie this off:

Stripping and polishing the receiver and trigger group
Different trigger of some sort
Dovetailing the front sight into the barrel
Sending parts to CPC for the voodoo he do

I'll eventually try a scope or two on this, but for now I want this to be an obnoxiously good LRT.
This looks amazing i love the blue, Nice ulimate mate
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Old 04-24-2010, 12:00 AM
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Here is my Hogue build. OD green stock with a Whistle Pig barrel, Hornet trigger and Ultradot red dot sight. This is going to be my rabbit gun.

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Nice rifles guys!
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Old 07-03-2010, 03:02 PM
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I don't know if it's an "ultimate"...

but I enjoy it. It's a Magnum Research factory rifle. I just changed the black Hogue stock for a ghillie green one and added a Leupold 2-7x scope, Harris bipod and Cheek-n-Stock pad. I plan on adding a Volquartsen trigger group in a few weeks but it shoots excellently as is. It's tied with my 1979 Marlin 39a for "most fun to shoot". This is just my own personal preference, but I really don't care for the laminated wood thumbhole stocks. I think they make the rifle look toy-like. I'm sure they're great, just not the style I like.




I shot this target yesterday. Those on the right and top/bottom in the middle are 10 shot groups shot prone with bipod support at 75 feet (the maximum distance of the indoor range). I was pleased with it for a factory rifle. I'm eager to see if the Volquartsen group makes a big difference.

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Old 12-04-2010, 01:25 PM
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The donor rifle was a standard carbine (used)

I put OD green Hogue over mold stock on it

An OD green Tactical Solutions Fluted aluminum barrel, with a black Tac-Sol compensator.

A Tasco World Class 1.5-4.5 x 32mm scope (I painted OD green) & Butler Creek covers.

I don't know what rings are on it because they came out of my "odds & ends" box. I couldn't began to remember where half that stuff came from!!

I radiused the bolt, then added a VQ firing pin & extractor

I polished my trigger group & reworked my hammer angle. It is now a crisp clean 2lb. 4oz. I also did the auto bolt release mod & made my own extended mag release, Then painted the housing (you guessed it, OD green)



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1974 Ruger Receiver, Anodized
16.5 Green Mtn. fluted bull barrel
VQ TG2000 trigger group
KIDD bolt
Adj. V- Block , O/S .1875 Receiver pins
Tuffer buffer
Tac-Sol Scope rail
Mueller Quickshot Red dot scope
Butler creek sling

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Nice stuff guys, thanks for sharing
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Old 12-09-2010, 06:20 PM
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here's mine...


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Old 12-09-2010, 07:50 PM
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Heres mine. Traded my original black hogue stock for this camo hogue. Just happen to see this stock on another 10/22 at my local gun shop. swapped for a bottle of wine...

Pretty much stock 10/22 just mod on the trigger. good Rabbit and possum gun.

How did you thread that factory barrel while keeping the front sight?
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Old 12-09-2010, 09:15 PM
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here's mine...


Flip that bipod around and you should be all set! Looks good otherwise.
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Old 12-09-2010, 09:53 PM
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Flip that bipod around and you should be all set! Looks good otherwise.
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Old 12-10-2010, 01:56 AM
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After I built my ultimate target I had a receiver left over (or basically a whole 10/22), so I thought it'd be fun to make a 'tactical' one.

Tac-sol threaded barrel
Volquartsen internals (hammer/sear/trigger/bolt/extractor... I think...)
A little bushnell 3x9. Doesn't have AO but it's super light!
A utg rail.
And of course, the hogue in desert tan.
It's amazing how light and handy this rifle is!
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Old 12-10-2010, 10:41 AM
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Awesome looking rifle and based on specs, I bet it really shoots!
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:17 AM
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Yeah it's really nice! The only thing is that the VQ parts pale in comparison to the KIDD trigger on my target, but I really like this rifle for offhand! I should have my supressor soon and then I will be ultra handy! I'll probably get a sling for it too.

It's funny, 10/22s always look way bigger in pictures than they actually are (to me)!
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Old 12-11-2010, 10:20 PM
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Sorry, it's not the best pic, but here's mine.. started life as standard 2008 issue synthetic stock model 10/22

Hogue OM with 3 uncle mike sling swivels
Karsten cheek riser
Green Mountain 20 inch Stinger barrel
Stock bolt and receiver
Power Customs Skeletonized extended charging handle
Power Customs Titanium Firing Pin
Power Customers Tool Steel extractor
Power Customs Trigger
Kidd extended mag release
Power Customs extended picatinny rail
somebodies super-hyper mega bolt buffer
Centerpoint 4-16x Mil-Dot scope with Leupold QR rings

This rifle overall is a good shooter... I like the hogue quite a bit and the Karsten cheek riser just makes it very comfortable either prone or offhand. The power customs trigger is a big improvement over the factory trigger, but I think there's still room for improvement though and so I'm probably going to spring for 2 stage kidd trigger after christmas. I like the Centerpoint scope, but I'm thinking about exploring some other lighter weight options for offhand use
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