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Old 03-27-2020, 09:51 PM
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Hello.. thought I'd see if a worked over ,,,Mannlicher 10 22 would fit into the super stock category.

Here's my Walmart clone.
And my CPC'd walnut , Mannlicher
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Old 03-27-2020, 10:02 PM
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The Wally world clone has a silver Hornet polymer trigger housing.
Very nice trigger.
Supposed to be an "improved BX" .. I think it is..
Took more effort than I thought it would take..
To build a laminated international Mannlicher 10 22..
Of the old Walmart specials.
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Old 03-28-2020, 10:02 AM
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Putting together one my self.
Factory second black laminate stock picked up a while ago mated with a blued carbine I caught on sale.
Missed out on the Wally worlds when they were available.
Curios how a LVT Mannlicher would work out ?
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Putting together one my self.
Factory second black laminate stock picked up a while ago mated with a blued carbine I caught on sale.
Missed out on the Wally worlds when they were available.
Curios how a LVT Mannlicher would work out ?
factory Ruger LVT barrels are too long for the mannlicher stocks..and yes, I think mannlichers look totally fugly with the barrel sticking out past the end of the stock

they're set up for 18.5" barrels...or shorter, if you don't mind doing some mods to the length of the stock

recently I've been thinking of fitting a 17" Green Mountain Heavy Taper into a spare black laminate..the stock is unfinished and doesn't have the hole drilled for the forward sling swivel yet, so this would be a good opportunity to do some custom length stuff for the shorter, heavier barrel, as long as the metal end cap has enough material to fit the muzzle of the larger barrel that is...this is all still very much in the planning stages
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I have a 10/22 with a 20" barrel and mocked it up in the full stock.
And yes,it did not look good .
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There's my Wally world 22" stainless LVT ?
No ?
Heck I don't know..
It's a clone of the old Walmart 22" rifles with tech sights.
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There's my Wally world 22" stainless LVT ?
No ?
Heck I don't know..
It's a clone of the old Walmart 22" rifles with tech sights.
nope, not an LVT, they came later, yours is just a clone of a wally rifle..does your receiver say "Rifle" or "Carbine"?

sorry, but honestly I'm not a fan of longer barrels, so I never cared for these, as the barrel just looks ~2" too long to me

the LVT with it's 20" heavy taper barrel looks about perfect (again, to me) in the DSP style stocks... too bad Ruger never built walnut stocked (with a red rubber pad) LVT's
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too bad Ruger never built walnut stocked (with a red rubber pad) LVT's
Can't replace it with a red one?
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There's my Wally world 22" stainless LVT ?
No ?
Heck I don't know..
It's a clone of the old Walmart 22" rifles with tech sights.
nope, not an LVT, they came later, yours is just a clone of a wally rifle..does your receiver say "Rifle" or "Carbine"?

sorry, but honestly I'm not a fan of longer barrels, so I never cared for these, as the barrel just looks ~2" too long to me

the LVT with it's 20" heavy taper barrel looks about perfect (again, to me) in the DSP style stocks... too bad Ruger never built walnut stocked (with a red rubber pad) LVT's


I'll have to go check it out.. I think it says rifle..
You have good taste.
I do have a LVT.. that I used a 20" green mountain barrel..
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It is so wrong to call just any full stocked rifle a Mannlicher. When I first saw this thread I thought I was going to see a Mannlicher Schoenauer built 22lr. This rifle is a Ruger Full Stocked rifle. Or maybe a Ruger with a Mannlicher style stock. For sure it is not a "Mannlicher."

Mannlicher Schoenauer is well known for their full stocked rifle stocks but they also made rifles with half stocks. I don't think we would call a Ruger with a half stock a Mannlicher? Generally when a rifle is called a Mannlicher it is referring to a rifle built by Mannnlicher Schoenauer. Not Ruger, or other manufactures with full stocks.

Rifles before 1900 were built by Mannlicher.

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It is so wrong to call just any full stocked rifle a Mannlicher.
Rifles before 1900 were built by Mannlicher.

Frank
Now that he's dead I don't think he'll mind we borrowed his handle for full stock rifles even ones w/o a schnabel.

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I would say they work

I love the Mannlicher 10/22s!

I also have a couple to share the first a laminate with blued barrel and williams rear sight and aperture front sight. I was going to put a stainless action in it but seem to prefer the blue.


Here is my other one, many of you may hate it but It took me a long time to pull the trigger on it. I have a compact model with 16" barrel that I cut a forend down on a really rough mannlicher stock. Painted it textured black, added some williams firesights, a choate handguard and muzzle protector. I know the barrel sticks out a bit from the stock but thats what I was going for.

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I love the Mannlicher 10/22s!

I also have a couple to share the first a laminate with blued barrel and williams rear sight and aperture front sight. I was going to put a stainless action in it but seem to prefer the blue.


Here is my other one, many of you may hate it but It took me a long time to pull the trigger on it. I have a compact model with 16" barrel that I cut a forend down on a really rough mannlicher stock. Painted it textured black, added some williams firesights, a choate handguard and muzzle protector. I know the barrel sticks out a bit from the stock but thats what I was going for.


I like it 👌
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I love the Mannlicher 10/22s!

I also have a couple to share the first a laminate with blued barrel and williams rear sight and aperture front sight. I was going to put a stainless action in it but seem to prefer the blue.

what happened to your sling swivels?
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