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Old 01-14-2006, 09:19 PM
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as far as i'm concerned, done deal. as vince said, "run what ya brung" SuperStocker it is. waiting for pics of groups. dont make mine feel left out. LOL.

NOW, if admin will................








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Old 01-14-2006, 09:24 PM
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as far as i'm concerned, done deal. as vince said, "run what ya brung" SuperStocker it is. waiting for pics of groups. dont make mine feel left out. LOL.

NOW, if admin will................
from ammo testing in sept..
its dark outside here now and about 28 deg F..
It shoots better today..

50 yard's 5 shot groups.,, pardon the lead splatters from my bullet trap.. sorry
Here's me rig..

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Old 01-14-2006, 09:29 PM
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Just as Super Stock drag racing wasn't all Chevy, every now and then a Ford would slip in there and the MoPars did their share of kicking butt too, we need to invite all of the semi-autos just to keep things interesting.

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Old 01-14-2006, 09:38 PM
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sawdust, yea, there was nothing like the roar of a hemi. good ole' days. far as i'm
concerned, all semi's should be included. just wanna get things settled in. MAYbe that is what ADMIN is waiting for; for this to be resolved ??








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Old 01-14-2006, 09:42 PM
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10 shot groups

Factory barrel at 40 yds .Much massaged action and 16.5" GM Fluted Sporter added since then .


and a not so good pic of the gun

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Old 01-14-2006, 09:45 PM
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I think we have a good thread going here, now what will really be the eye opener is these super stockers should shoot right along with the ultimates, I think everyone knows that .920 barrel is easy to make, it will not hold any better a group that the correct sporter barrel, and if it did, it would take someone who could really shoot to prove that.

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Old 01-14-2006, 09:50 PM
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vince,
wanna thank you for getting this all started. however it turns out, think a lot of members will be interested.

wanna see pics of groups, !! LOL. add a pic of the S / S that shot it.








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Old 01-14-2006, 09:57 PM
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okay all, three groups so far. great!! i know more will be coming. kinda like bragging rights for a non-ultimate. luv it !! am kinda hyped up now. will do more "testing"
tomorrow.








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full length barrel bedding

Already tried that Vincent, it don't work on my HM2/22MAG anyway. Not that Melvin doesn't have any good ideas, but that one in particular doesn't translate over.
I like Super Sport Better than Super Stock, but in real life, I used to have a 1970 S/E Big Block Challenger, one of only 246 ever built, so I'll call mine an S/E, how's that? JH29LOE119948 was the VIN, still remember it..........
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Old 01-14-2006, 11:08 PM
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This is just a beginning guys. Let's give it a few days and see where we are. I really look forward to the exchanging ideas over the next few months. We all have lot's to learn about making skinny barreled guns shoot. Give us a chance to brag and a chance to whine when it doesn't work. What ever we do we will LEARN.

These guns will be a little harder to shoot. Shooting the T/C in Factory stock has taught me that.

My goal as far as my 1976 Liberty Carbine goes? If I get it to shoot as good as my T/C I'll be happy. Consistant .4" groups at 50? Is it possible? I'm betting it is.
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Vincent, you were the Champ of the TC Classic, are you a convert to 10/22?
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but in real life, I used to have a 1970 S/E Big Block Challenger, one of only 246 ever built, so I'll call mine an S/E, how's that? JH29LOE119948 was the VIN, still remember it..........
A dozen years ago (seems like 100 at least)
'70 Dart Swinger 4 spd former 340 car with a 440 transplant . Only a front bench and pistol grip shifter for interior comfort . I made the window straps and light weight side glass to emulate the Hemi Dart . Loud , obnoxious and a high wheel-stander , made for a real scary ride at times . Sorry can't remember my VIN as it rusted off !
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HMMM...I have a couple old 70's carbines and then a couple of sporter barreled rifles with GM Octagon barrel and GM Fluted sporter barrel. I am going to have to do some stock changing and tweaking. I have to get the old carbines out, don't even know how the one shoots. I can't even remember what ammo I have the rifles sighted in with.
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Vincent, you were the Champ of the TC Classic, are you a convert to 10/22?
I had a 10/22 28 years before I had the Classic. My 1976 model was purchased new in 76. I was a T/C fan for most of those years as in 1977 I bought my first Contender. The first pistol I ever shot was a Ruger standard model in 1963. I go back a long way with both companies. I've owned 5 or 6 10/22's over the years including my ex wife's first rifle and my daughter first (and only) semi auto.

I started modifying Ruger 10/22's in 1977 doing basic trigger jobs and such. I remember calling all over Los Angeles asking gunsmiths if they did triggers and bedding work on a 10/22 and the standard answer was something like "Why would you want to do that to one of those" They were a little short sighted do't you think? My 1976 Carbine still has the same trigger work I did to it back then but it is gonna get better with this coming SuperStock thing.

I love my T/C but my Ruger spent hundreds of hours in the CA deserts and mountains with chasing Jackrabbits and ground squirrels and the like. A good conservative guess is that it has over 80,000 rounds thru it. A little tune up couldn't hurt!!!
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I had a 10/22 28 years before I had the Classic. My 1976 model was purchased new in 76. I was a T/C fan for most of those years as in 1977 I bought my first Contender. The first pistol I ever shot was a Ruger standard model in 1963. I go back a long way with both companies. I've owned 5 or 6 10/22's over the years including my ex wife's first rifle and my daughter first (and only) semi auto.

I started modifying Ruger 10/22's in 1977 doing basic trigger jobs and such. I remember calling all over Los Angeles asking gunsmiths if they did triggers and bedding work on a 10/22 and the standard answer was something like "Why would you want to do that to one of those" They were a little short sighted do't you think? My 1976 Carbine still has the same trigger work I did to it back then but it is gonna get better with this coming SuperStock thing.

I love my T/C but my Ruger spent hundreds of hours in the CA deserts and mountains with chasing Jackrabbits and ground squirrels and the like. A good conservative guess is that it has over 80,000 rounds thru it. A little tune up couldn't hurt!!!
The guts in my Liberty model got well polished, lapped and gone over in 1978 when I was being trained as a toolmaker at the ripe old age of 23..
It didnt take long to figure out the trigger setup..
Befor long, I was makeing alot of my own inspection equipment for my reloading.
The old guy's in the house thought it was a good way to show me how the different equipment worked, and let me do alot of smaller job's just to learn..
That freed them up for more intence stuff.
Jed..
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