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Old 02-12-2014, 12:12 PM
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This post is going to be great!
Thank you Flysalot for taking the time, spending the money, and mostly for letting us ride along!
My Son has a bone stock carbine (xmas present)waiting for just the right tweaks.
I like your original concept and think you should stick with it until the end.
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Old 02-12-2014, 02:22 PM
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Because FlysaLot is doing nothing but modding a Factory Stock rifle-
NO AFTERMARKET parts, just tweaks to existing OEM parts.

Hope this helps like Alka Seltzer


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That is the part I was missing. Thanks DrG
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This is going to be awesome I cant wait

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Old 02-20-2014, 09:02 AM
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just picked up a 10/22 and this thread is going to be a great help. Thanks for spending the time and resources on this and sharing the results.

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Hi. Glad to see you're back at your project and hope things are going your way. If I may, could you put the date you post new info at the beginning of the post? Right now the date you reserved the post is what we see. Just a small thing that will help find the newest info.

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Nice to see the testing phase begin! Looks like #826 is a good shooter out of the box. I almost wish the results were more "typical" of today's production, to give a bigger margin for improvement.

So, what's next?

Great Thread, Tim- funny that a mod who DOESNT cover the 10-22 area is spending the time, money and resources to do this.

Again, my hats off to you, Sir- you're a credit to the forum.



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Yep, this is good stuff. Your efforts are very much appreciated. So is the “bump” signaling it’s time to check in and see what you been up to.
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Thanks so much for your efforts, it's perfect timing for me getting my first 10-22 a week ago. Today, I took it to the range for the first time and put 50 rounds of Blazer through it without a hiccup Thanks for the idea, I will be following your cues very closely! I can hardly wait for it to progress
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Here's S/N #826's (The blued rifle) First target. Scope was bore sighted only shot February 28, 2014

Remember I was going to break in each rifle with 50 rounds of CCI Blazer. Well I shot the Blazer but These are no break in, first targets. Room for improvement to be sure...
What was your target distance?
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What was your target distance?
I used 25 yards. Since both seem to shoot well I am moving to 50 yards. Those targets were shot with bulk ammo stock rifles, not bad IMO.

More soon working out some family issues (parents)
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Well, you have an eager audience here raptly waiting for your next installments!

I think your idea of moving the 'test' to 50 yards is a good one. The longer range will make the improvements more noticeable. A couple of my 10/22s which are capable of nickel-quarter sized groups at 25 yards open up a lot more at 50.
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Well, you have an eager audience here raptly waiting for your next installments!

I think your idea of moving the 'test' to 50 yards is a good one. The longer range will make the improvements more noticeable. A couple of my 10/22s which are capable of nickel-quarter sized groups at 25 yards open up a lot more at 50.
I agree and I promise, more on the way soon! Gotta take care of my Mom & Dad, they were there for me, I'm going to help them get through this and get back to things, I PROMISE!
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I agree and I promise, more on the way soon! Gotta take car of my Mom & Dad, they were there for me, I'm going to help them get through this and get back to things, I PROMISE!
You've got your priorities straight. We'll be here when your next installment arrives.
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Eagerly looking forward to the continuation of these tests as I'm now thoroughly addicted to 10/22s and the eternal promise of endless modification. But only if they actually make a difference.
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