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Old 02-27-2019, 10:49 PM
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I think many of us end up in the same place. sorta custom. Really custom, and then at some point we kinda go back to a basic carbine, maybe a tweek or two, but nothing you would notice without a tear down.
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Old 02-28-2019, 03:01 AM
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I think many of us end up in the same place. sorta custom. Really custom, and then at some point we kinda go back to a basic carbine, maybe a tweek or two, but nothing you would notice without a tear down.
I'm guilty of this, I've come full circle, All my 10/22's just wear a upgraded trigger and bolt buffer. Everything else is stock.
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Old 02-28-2019, 08:31 AM
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I'm guilty of this, I've come full circle, All my 10/22's just wear a upgraded trigger and bolt buffer. Everything else is stock.
The 'happy' place, is the full CPC tune-up on a stock rifle. With shipping, hardened extractor, full tune up, etc... It comes out to around $240. But, for this... you get EVERYTHING on the gun upgraded. It's all done for the price of a new barrel.

Receiver Squared, smoothed, nylon buffer.
Barrel squared, re-chambered, crowned and lapped.
Bolt completely worked over with head space fixed, firing pin pinned, jeweled, etc.
Full trigger job that breaks around 2-1/4 lbs.
Cleaning hole drilled in receiver (free if requested)
Oversize trigger pins that don't fall out.
Bolt hold back fixed.

I'm leaving details out, but it's the best deal in gunsmithing... period... for any rifle. As a bonus, all the parts are blueprinted together. If you assemble a hodge podge of aftermarket parts, there's no guarantee they will work together. The gun is still just as likely, if not more likely to jam than when you started. When you get the gun back from CPC, it's READY. It will be a lot more accurate AND reliable than it was before. It will be a nice 'sleeper' that simply works... and works WELL. If you want to get carried away, send an aftermarket barrel with it, and he'll tune it up with the gun. I did that with a Shaw barrel that liked to Fail to Extract. Works great now. I think a lot of people send him modified guns that don't work as they should. He's the master with these. Best money you'll ever spend in the 10/22 world!

http://www.ct-precision.com/

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Old 03-02-2019, 09:05 AM
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I'm guilty of this, I've come full circle, All my 10/22's just wear a upgraded trigger and bolt buffer. Everything else is stock.
The 'happy' place, is the full CPC tune-up on a stock rifle. With shipping, hardened extractor, full tune up, etc... It comes out to around $240. But, for this... you get EVERYTHING on the gun upgraded. It's all done for the price of a new barrel.

Receiver Squared, smoothed, nylon buffer.
Barrel squared, re-chambered, crowned and lapped.
Bolt completely worked over with head space fixed, firing pin pinned, jeweled, etc.
Full trigger job that breaks around 2-1/4 lbs.
Cleaning hole drilled in receiver (free if requested)
Oversize trigger pins that don't fall out.
Bolt hold back fixed.

I'm leaving details out, but it's the best deal in gunsmithing... period... for any rifle. As a bonus, all the parts are blueprinted together. If you assemble a hodge podge of aftermarket parts, there's no guarantee they will work together. The gun is still just as likely, if not more likely to jam than when you started. When you get the gun back from CPC, it's READY. It will be a lot more accurate AND reliable than it was before. It will be a nice 'sleeper' that simply works... and works WELL. If you want to get carried away, send an aftermarket barrel with it, and he'll tune it up with the gun. I did that with a Shaw barrel that liked to Fail to Extract. Works great now. I think a lot of people send him modified guns that don't work as they should. He's the master with these. Best money you'll ever spend in the 10/22 world!

http://www.ct-precision.com/

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Yes.. I've sent all of mine to Randy and I'm very impressed with his tune ups.
I agree . The best thing you can do for the price.
To a 10/22.
I think everyone goes back to the basics sooner or later.
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Old 03-02-2019, 11:29 AM
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You guys have almost got me convinced to pull my 10/22 apart and put it back to original.......
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Old 03-08-2019, 04:32 PM
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You guys have almost got me convinced to pull my 10/22 apart and put it back to original.......<img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />



Go for it !!
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Yes we do !!

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Old 03-08-2019, 05:51 PM
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I bought some of the Talo 10 22's because they were so cool and pretty. I also got a bunch of parts and put together bull barrel tack driver. Somewhere I realized that I was seeking the plain old 10 22 I had years ago and sent down the road. So I bought one from Buds. Now I realize that just the plain old 10 22 is in fact one of the slickest guns ever built. No bull barrel, no fancy stock, no replacement trigger, no big fat scope, no long magazine hanging down. The only add on is a cool little William's peep sight. The US army taught me to love peep sights! The only other things to add are ammo and a squrrile or tin can or even just some clods of whatever. I like the barrel band and the wood stock. I think I may represent a silent but large group of shooters.
Excellent and I could not agree more.
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Old 03-08-2019, 06:36 PM
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I have 4 10/22s. #1- heavy bbl, laminated stock, 4-12 scope, Volquartzen hammer,
pretty much a tack driver. #2, Peep sight, DIY trigger job and bolt release, found a walnut carbine stock on Ebay, #3 TRS 25 Red Dot, DIY trigger and bolt stop, walnut carbine stock from gun show, #4 Deluxe rifle, just picked it up yesterday, it'll get a VX-1 2-7 rimfire scope and a Trigger job and bolt release. The 2 carbines are pretty accurate with CCI Tactical ammo, they'll shoot the 10 ring out of the CMP Sporter 22 target at 50 yards, I haven't tested them with a scope and better ammo. The 10/22 is just fun to tinker with.
I finally shot the DeLuxe to day. It's gonna be good. I just shot at 25 yards and it seems to like CCI Standard. Now to do the trigger. I don't plant change anything else except the bolt release, at this time anyway. I did see an E. R. Shaw 20" sporter weight bbl tho, I may have to have it.
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Old 03-08-2019, 06:59 PM
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I finally shot the DeLuxe to day. It's gonna be good. I just shot at 25 yards and it seems to like CCI Standard. Now to do the trigger. I don't plant change anything else except the bolt release, at this time anyway. I did see an E. R. Shaw 20" sporter weight bbl tho, I may have to have it.





Ha!
You will "convince" yourself..
That you must have it..
You'll say to yourself, this is it.. this is all I'll ever need.. will last me a lifetime..
"I'm done"...
Tell me how it all works out... lol 😁
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Old 03-08-2019, 07:34 PM
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Lol, Ive got an E.R. Shaw sporter wt barrel. Just swapping it out with careful workmanship onto my set-up and using my same so-so ammo (no ammo this far determined to be it's fav) I 'think' my average group size at 50yd benched may have been reduced by, eh, 1/4". Really iffy estimate, just seat of the pants......
Was it worth the price? I dont know, may have been better money spent to get better quality ammo? But I can for sure and certain say I got me a 'custom barrel'.
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Old 03-08-2019, 08:39 PM
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Lol, Ive got an E.R. Shaw sporter wt barrel. Just swapping it out with careful workmanship onto my set-up and using my same so-so ammo (no ammo this far determined to be it's fav) I 'think' my average group size at 50yd benched may have been reduced by, eh, 1/4". Really iffy estimate, just seat of the pants......
Was it worth the price? I dont know, may have been better money spent to get better quality ammo? But I can for sure and certain say I got me a 'custom barrel'.


Ah !! But now you can definitely be in the .."I've got a custom barrel" on here ,,club.
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Old 03-08-2019, 09:45 PM
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It's 20" long, no sights, it'll most likely out shoot the Ruger BBl. it's pretty. It doesn't seem like I could lose on this deal.............................................. ......
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There are currently 3 10/22s sitting in my safe:

-The first is a base model carbine I got for Christmas when I was 13 that I put in a Christie and Christie Super Stock after about the third week of owning the rifle. I also put an auto bolt release in it, mounted an old 4X Trijicon on it (inherited the scope from my grandfather) and then shot the heck out of it. There wasn't anything safe inside of a 100 yards when I was packing that rifle. I don't hardly shoot it anymore because of having bought rifles with better triggers and now find the factory 10/22 trigger to be horrible. I am considering sending it to CPC for a full tune up so I can go back to enjoying it but it still being the same rifle I spent so much time with.

-The second is my wife's target lite that we got last year and I like it but the bolt is horribly gritting compared to my old rifle.

-My latest 10/22 is a custom shop model. I really like all the upgrades it has and have been enjoying it quite a bit. Can't beat the way the bolt feels. It is currently my favorite out of the three.

With all that said, I have really gotten the hankering here recently to order a LVT and send it to CPC for a full tune up. Something about the simple clean lines, the wood stock, blued action and barrel, really peaks my interest and I fill like my 10/22 collection isn't complete without a blued and wood rifle.
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Old 03-11-2019, 05:18 PM
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There are currently 3 10/22s sitting in my safe:

-The first is a base model carbine I got for Christmas when I was 13 that I put in a Christie and Christie Super Stock after about the third week of owning the rifle. I also put an auto bolt release in it, mounted an old 4X Trijicon on it (inherited the scope from my grandfather) and then shot the heck out of it. There wasn't anything safe inside of a 100 yards when I was packing that rifle. I don't hardly shoot it anymore because of having bought rifles with better triggers and now find the factory 10/22 trigger to be horrible. I am considering sending it to CPC for a full tune up so I can go back to enjoying it but it still being the same rifle I spent so much time with.

-The second is my wife's target lite that we got last year and I like it but the bolt is horribly gritting compared to my old rifle.

-My latest 10/22 is a custom shop model. I really like all the upgrades it has and have been enjoying it quite a bit. Can't beat the way the bolt feels. It is currently my favorite out of the three.

With all that said, I have really gotten the hankering here recently to order a LVT and send it to CPC for a full tune up. Something about the simple clean lines, the wood stock, blued action and barrel, really peaks my interest and I fill like my 10/22 collection isn't complete without a blued and wood rifle.



Send that Carbine to Randy at CPC..
You'll fall in love all over again.
And shoot the snot out of it &#x1f61c;
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Old 03-11-2019, 07:42 PM
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Send that Carbine to Randy at CPC..
You'll fall in love all over again.
And shoot the snot out of it &#x1f61c;
I'd say most likely that is what I'll do
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