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Old 05-29-2018, 12:47 PM
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I went with the Magpul X-22 Hunter stock on my TD, along with a BX trigger group, Volquartsen Auto Bolt Release, low Weaver QD scope mounts, on a NCStar see thru Pic rail.

I like the way it shoots and handles

Still some work to do: New charging handle, firing pin upgrade, bolt, receiver, barrel.... In the end I might have the original gun in a parts box.

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Very nice takedown and nice upgrades you've done, I like that stock. I have two takedowns, both in backpacker stocks with peeps on one and a 2-7x32 scope on the other. My only internal upgrades are Volquartsen target hammers installed. I like to keep mine as close to stock as necessary.
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Old 06-04-2018, 12:38 PM
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Thanks.
It's funny. When I bought the 10/22 TD, I said "I have no reason to change anything on this". Now I have a laundry list of parts I want to get. I'm going from an inexpensive rifle to well... something much more expensive. In the end, I might be able to rebuild the original from the parts replaced parts.
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Thanks.
It's funny. When I bought the 10/22 TD, I said "I have no reason to change anything on this". Now I have a laundry list of parts I want to get. I'm going from an inexpensive rifle to well... something much more expensive. In the end, I might be able to rebuild the original from the parts replaced parts.
While it's a minor thing, doing the bolt buffer makes a difference is the sound & feel of the rifle. Last I checked (and bought) the "Tuffer Buffer" folks had a pack of 3 for $12. You can't beat that.

If you think you will end up with another rifle when all is said an done, don't upgrade the receiver or barrel. Then when you have all the new parts - you get a standard receiver and barrel and build a non-takedown out of all your premium stuff!

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Old 06-05-2018, 12:26 PM
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While it's a minor thing, doing the bolt buffer makes a difference is the sound & feel of the rifle. Last I checked (and bought) the "Tuffer Buffer" folks had a pack of 3 for $12. You can't beat that.

If you think you will end up with another rifle when all is said an done, don't upgrade the receiver or barrel. Then when you have all the new parts - you get a standard receiver and barrel and build a non-takedown out of all your premium stuff!

jam
I forgot, I did change the bolt buffer to a Volquartsen.

... that's not a bad idea!
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