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Old 09-11-2019, 05:19 PM
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I paid $300 for a new wood stock Mannlicher, and $250 for a used black/stainless TD, missing the Ruger case/bag.
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Old 09-13-2019, 10:46 PM
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Attachment 191643 $300 out the door
Attachment - Nice Wood Take Down Stock

Did Mike Warren do that stock for you??

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In answer to the original question..

If I had it to do over - I would buy a stripped receiver & build it myself like I've done with my conventional 10/22's.

Already had a trigger pack re-worked by Clark Custom, JWH bolt, charging handle, buffer + the piddly crap.

Would have only needed a stock & barrel. Upgraded my rifle with the Magpul X-22 + TacSol barrel kit, so..

Could have saved a couple hundred $$ & the hassle of trying to sell the left over parts I ended up with.

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Old 09-14-2019, 03:28 AM
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[QUOTE=MannlicherFanid Mike Warren do that stock for you?[/QUOTE]

No, thatís a Talo French Walnut .

What started the itch was the thread with the full stock Mannlicher take down. I saw the picture and it stuck in the back of my mind. Then I saw this one .

Havenít had it out yet. Too busy at work. Booming economy and all! Hope it shoots as good as it looks.

This one isnít going to live in the bag, like my stainless in the magpul stock. The TD feature will just be for cleaning.

I have modded every 1022 that I have , so it will just be my Stock carbine. Albeit with a better trigger, just a Bx for now.

Although, if they made a LVT barrel for the TD, it would be sporting one
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No, thatís a Talo French Walnut .

What started the itch was the thread with the full stock Mannlicher take down. I saw the picture and it stuck in the back of my mind. Then I saw this one.

Havenít had it out yet. Too busy at work. Booming economy and all! Hope it shoots as good as it looks.

This one isnít going to live in the bag, like my stainless in the Magpul stock. The TD feature will just be for cleaning.

I have modded every 1022 that I have , so it will just be my Stock carbine. Albeit with a better trigger, just a Bx for now.

Although, if they made a LVT barrel for the TD, it would be sporting one
Mike Warren did that stock.. Mke Warren - Ruger 10/22 Takedown Wood Stocks

As you can see, he will take the Talo French Walnut or any other Ruger conventional stock & convert it to a take-down configuration.

I'm in the process of working with him (when time permits) on shortening my Mannlicher (Mod 1265) stock to accept a 16" barreled action.

I didn't / don't know if you were aware of Mike & his services.

Took mine out last Saturday and it's the worst 10/22 I own, the only thing consistent was the FTF's.

While cleaning the receiver I studied the bottom of the [JWH] bolt including comparing it other JWH's & factory bolts.

The leading edge of that rail below the firing pin was not cut correctly so [I'm guessing] that it's not stripping fresh rounds out of the mag correctly.
The mags worked perfect in my kids rifle, so that's not it.

Installed a JWH from a different rifle that has seen several trips to the range without issue, but the NW weather gods decided we needed rain today.
First time I've had issues with a JWH product, not to worry, I'll call them first thing Monday morning & take it from there.

If your talking about a lite weight barrel, this is all I found.. X-Ring .22LR Takedown Barrels, I got one of the bull's.
Barrel with Pike Arms flash hider mounted in Magpul X-22 fore-end = 22oz's. Factory barrel in carbine style fore-end with barrel band = 30oz's.

Have the X-22 Backpacker - came as of part of the stock / TacSol barrel set I got from Optics Planet for my BOB, so it'll live in a bag.
Specs say LOP is 13.75", but it's too short for me. I'll call Magpul tomorrow & see what they have to say.

I've been trying to sell the left over parts from the upgrades done to my TD with no success.
Might get a receiver, put the parts in it & drop the assembly into a nice wood stock like you did.

Take care
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Does this count? Got mine for $499 New in the bag & box from another dealer, Just waiting on the ATF ops

http://shop.redcircletactical.com/su...pressor-4-1921

INNOVATIVE ARMS RUGER 10/22 TAKEDOWN 22LR RIFLE W/ INTEGRAL SUPPRESSOR 16.25" 10RD ALL NFA RULES APPLY
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I think ? I paid something like 599.00???
Brownings sa-22

I wanted the barrel mounted scope.
Far better accuracy.

Haven't heard very many good reports on the Ruger takedowns.
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Old 03-18-2020, 09:09 AM
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My SS TD in a MP BP stock BX trigger with a TRS 25 RD shoots great. What youíre hearing is us whining about is that we cant get them to shoot as good as our HB bench 1022s. We just want more accuracy than the design can deliver. Especially since they cost more! Me, i think its that the fact that the chamber is in that skinny tenon tube that is the limiting factor, but what ever it is, these guns aren't going to shoot 1/2 moa groups no matter how much we spend on aftermarket barrels triggers stocks optics etc.

But all in all i think my Ruger TDs shoot as well as the Browning TDs, certainly as well as my Norinco copies. The Brownings have a full size tenon/ chamber, but a much weaker , imho, attachment system , and i am no fan of cantilevered scope mounts.

Both are fun plinkers and hunters, neither are for shooting tiny groups at 50 yards.
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1.We just want more accuracy than the design can deliver.
2.What ever it is, these guns aren't going to shoot 1/2 MOA groups no matter how much we spend on aftermarket barrels triggers stocks optics etc.
3.Both are fun plinkers and hunters, neither are for shooting tiny groups at 50 yards.
I edited your post in my reply because you made 3 exceptional points that I think needed emphasis. Very well said!
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I think ? I paid something like 599.00???
Brownings sa-22

I wanted the barrel mounted scope.
Far better accuracy.

Haven't heard very many good reports on the Ruger takedowns.
If'n 'ole Buckweet ran the rimfire world, we'd all be shootin' Nylon 66's with Remington Golden Bullets and they'd string ya up for havin' one of them fancy CZ's!
(just havin' fun w/ya buddy!)
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1.We just want more accuracy than the design can deliver.
2.What ever it is, these guns aren't going to shoot 1/2 MOA groups no matter how much we spend on aftermarket barrels triggers stocks optics etc.
3.Both are fun plinkers and hunters, neither are for shooting tiny groups at 50 yards.
I edited your post in my reply because you made 3 exceptional points that I think needed emphasis. Very well said! <img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/tup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb" class="inlineimg" /><img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/tup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb" class="inlineimg" /><img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/tup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb" class="inlineimg" /><img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/tup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb" class="inlineimg" /><img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/tup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb" class="inlineimg" /><img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/tup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb" class="inlineimg" />
+1 This is exactly what I have been saying for years about the TD and people always seem to want to argue about it.
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+1 This is exactly what I have been saying for years about the TD and people always seem to want to argue about it.
I admit to having been VERY frustrated with the 5-6 I've owned and sold over the years. I've got one of the CDNN threaded one's now. Am gonna put in a
trigger in it and maybe a spare CPC'd bolt and call it DONE.

(I also think I'll leave it fully assembled and hope for the best!)

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Old 03-18-2020, 10:37 AM
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Save yourself some time and money. Get one with the Magpul X22 Backpacker stock already installed. Takedown runs about $350. X22 stock runs about $105. Takedown with X22 runs about $403 if you can one in stock. Grabagun had them. Figure on a trigger too.
I could not get mine to shoot in the factory stock but it does very well in the X22. It will not be a dime shooter.
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Old 03-18-2020, 10:54 AM
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sorry to hear some of you guys are having accuracy issues with your TD's

mine was pretty accurate as it came out of the box..or should I say bag and the stock swap made it better

as is typical with a 10/22, you can spend a bit too much on the mods...just depends on where you want to take it


I'm thinking about doing one of TI's 80% TD receivers with one of their barrels to use up the spare parts
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+1 This is exactly what I have been saying for years about the TD and people always seem to want to argue about it.
Yes, i did learn this from you, and others it just took time for it to sink in Cause lets face it , for $ 200 , you can get a regular 1022 to be fantastically accurate.And its a slip fit barrel held together by 4 screws too!

Im thinking a little collar from a brass cartridge case , or copper tubing, around the chamber might be the ticket, but more than likely will just jam up the whole thing
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Old 03-18-2020, 11:14 AM
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There is another alternative. Archangel QBD stock turns a standard 10-22 into a takedown. Warning the lop is short and a lot of drop at the heal. I put one together for my wife since she needs the short lop. Has Williams Ace in the Hole sights and a TRS 25. 16.5" barrel. Weighs just under 5 lbs.
https://www.recoilweb.com/archangel-...es-136941.html
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