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Old 02-05-2019, 10:56 AM
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My plan is to wait until Ruger gets the kinks worked out. Maybe the street price will drop a little bit too...🤔
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Old 02-05-2019, 11:11 AM
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My plan is to wait until Ruger gets the kinks worked out.
Maybe the reported "kinks" are unrealistic expectations. Ruger may need to state in the Owners Manual "This is a precision firearm, don't feed it the cheapest, dirtiest ammo with the cheapest after market 150 round magazine you can buy".

Eventually they'll start to appear here and we'll get a fair evaluation by someone who isn't a little ticked about paying twice as much for the same features from an aftermarket manufacturer. Maybe me. Having said that, there may be legitimate issues but I doubt the Earth's axis will be affected.

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Old 02-06-2019, 03:00 PM
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Is there a last round bolt hold open feature?
The only 10/22 that I know of having a last round hold-open is the TCR22:

https://www.tcarms.com/firearms/semi-automatic
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Old 02-06-2019, 07:24 PM
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Same model?

https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forum....php?t=1138281
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Old 02-06-2019, 08:01 PM
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We asked

Well, there you have it boys and girls. A factory 10/22 with all the features we've been asking for. All the features we've been adding to our $200 standard 10/22s for years, decades even. From the time when you could find them on sale now and then for $130 we would change barrels, stocks, many internal parts and end up with $500-$600 invested in a gun that was then worth somewhere around $250 - $300. I love it that we can now get a 10/22 which is touted to have all those features for $700 or so, without all the "building". WHAT? Doesn't Ruger understand that we buy those darned things just so we can modify them? Why do they think the huge aftermarket exists? If they can't get the gun to run as reliably right off the shelf as the standard models, they've got serious problems. And, by the way, every barrel I ever bought from Green Mountain (a bunch) had a Bentz chamber and no extraction issues. I'd say, if you have to have one of these "Competition" models, you should get it before they kill it like they did the 10/22M.

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Old 02-06-2019, 08:26 PM
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How do you get a 'double feed'
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Old 02-06-2019, 09:25 PM
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Yes, same gun. Excellent thread. Thanks.

I'm going to pick one up locally as soon as I can find a shop that has one in stock.

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Old 02-07-2019, 02:19 PM
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I ordered a CSC 10/22 today, I should have it next week. I called around to the larger gun shops in my area and nobody had one in stock. The cheapest price was one county over, $655. I ordered one from a local shop for $680, that will save gas and time.

I'll take a good look at the receiver and bolt measurements. I'll put it through the metrology station and we'll check the bolt headspace and dimensions of the interesting parts. Most likely plenty of macro pictures. First I'll it take to the range with 4 different types of ammo to see how it shoots right out of the box.
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:28 PM
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After you find out how it shoots, throw a couple hundred more at it to see if it gets any better/worse and maybe change stock, bolt or trigger package, LOL
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I ordered a CSC 10/22 today, I should have it next week. I called around to the larger gun shops in my area and nobody had one in stock. The cheapest price was one county over, $655. I ordered one from a local shop for $680, that will save gas and time.

I'll take a good look at the receiver and bolt measurements. I'll put it through the metrology station and we'll check the bolt headspace and dimensions of the interesting parts. Most likely plenty of macro pictures. First I'll it take to the range with 4 different types of ammo to see how it shoots right out of the box.
Been waiting and asking for someone to do this this this rifle came out.
I will be very interested in seeing all the internal parts and details.
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Old 02-07-2019, 08:08 PM
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Been waiting and asking for someone to do this since(?) this rifle came out.
I will be very interested in seeing all the internal parts and details.
There is already a great thread linked to in this thread that you can start with. I'll add to it as details present themselves.

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Old 02-08-2019, 07:38 PM
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There is already a great thread linked to in this thread that you can start with. I'll add to it as details present themselves.
Yep, I have read, posted in, and been watching all the threads on this site for this rifle and have yet to see any detailed pictures of the internals. (Or any pictures other than one setting on a bench)
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Yep, I have read, posted in, and been watching all the threads on this site for this rifle and have yet to see any detailed pictures of the internals. (Or any pictures other than one setting on a bench)
Anything in particular you're interested in seeing?
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Old 02-09-2019, 05:58 PM
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The quality of the bbl will make it or break it.

Feeding issues - fixable, prob a little fiddeling
extraction issues - fixable, prob a little fiddeling
Chamber issues - ?

Accuracy - $$$$$$$$

If it won't do less than 1\2' at 50 with maybe Green Tag, or for sure with Center X , it won't sell well.

Well, people will buy it, but they won't be happy.

JMHO

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Anything in particular you're interested in seeing?
Mainly stuff like the top, bottom, and breech face of the bolt, to see how it compares to a standard factory bolt. The inside of the receiver, to show how well it is machined. How/where the rear action screw attaches. Close ups of how the barrel is attached (barrel does not have to be removed unless the owner is curious too) Just close ups of this new upper mounting point for the barrel, and the lower mount if it is different than the standard V block would suffice. Any other neat, cool, or different things.

Mainly just want to see how it compares to standard 10/22's and aftermarket ones as well.

Here is a thread I did some time ago comparing a newer 10/22 to a older one. It is of a similar layout of what I would like to see. (standard 10/22 to compare to is not required, unless you just want to).

https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forum....php?t=1032578

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