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Old 11-07-2017, 02:52 PM
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New rifle,, standard 10/22 Hogue stock.



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Well ive got one of the Hogue standard channel stocks.. overmoulded.
Green..
Olive drab ?
We'll stick a Randy at CPC action and barrel in it.
Hopefully she'll shoot good.
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Old 11-07-2017, 03:02 PM
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I have a Hogue overmold stock for one of my 10/22 s with a Feddersen barrel and the whole setup works really well I like this stock despite what others say.
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I have a Hogue overmold stock for one of my 10/22 s with a Feddersen barrel and the whole setup works really well I like this stock despite what others say.


I have a Hogue on my Feddersen bull barrel too.
The stock was warpped a bits.
Took some work to get it looking ok.

Im not doing anything to this one.
Just plug and play.
Torque to 20 inch pounds .
And shoot blazers.
See what happens ?
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i put a hoque on one of my bull barrels, to get the barrel to shoot like it does in the laminate i put some bicycle inner tube at the tip of the forend and tq'd the action screw as far as it will go. not exactly a precision setup, but it works fine.
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Hogues do not have a good accuracy rep here or elsewhere but as you can see a few people have gotten them to shoot reasonably well. Question is: How would they shoot in a good stock?

Since I do not hunt anymore accuracy reigns supreme here and the Hogue stock would just be a distraction from the goal for me.
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Hogues do not have a good accuracy rep here or elsewhere but as you can see a few people have gotten them to shoot reasonably well. Question is: How would they shoot in a good stock?<img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/confused.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Confused" class="inlineimg" /><img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)" class="inlineimg" />

Since I do not hunt anymore accuracy reigns supreme here and the Hogue stock would just be a distraction from the goal for me.




I've since.. took it out of the Hogue.
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In a wood stock.
Still messing around with it.. having some fun.
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My first build was and still is in a greenish Hogue overmolded stock. And it shoots real good. No pressure pad. Action screw G&T. Free floated, not touching the left or right side of the barrel channel.

I built this before I knew about Rimfire Central. On the bones of a plastic carbine. I bought the stock and the KSA barrel from buds clearance corner. And splurged on a 6x24 amazon scope,and bought a Hornet Black Max Trigger. I have since upgraded to a 10x40 Barska.

Iíve bought and built many 1022s since this one, and they all shoot real good too, but only one shoots better, and itís got a 22 inch Shilen barrel on it in a Brown Precision Stock and a volquartsen TG 2000, and mueller 8x32 target scope. And to be honest , not that much better.

I like the overmold, and find it to be a very good stock.
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I have a Hogue overmold stock for one of my 10/22 s with a Feddersen barrel and the whole setup works really well I like this stock despite what others say.


I have a Hogue on my Feddersen bull barrel too.
The stock was warpped a bits.
Took some work to get it looking ok.

Im not doing anything to this one.
Just plug and play.
Torque to 20 inch pounds .
And shoot blazers.
See what happens ?



Well let's see..
I've changed a few things on the Feddersen bull barrel set-up.
Had Randy squares it up.
Everything is nice and straight now.
She's a good shooter. I did do like clem-e...
Hogue stock again.. with a rubber pad at the top.
It's working fine.
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