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Old 05-03-2008, 07:34 PM
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Can you swap a 10/22 barrel to a 77/22 without a lot of hassle??
shank is too short. will not work. 77/22 bbl to 10/22 action is possible with a shim kit from one of the sponsors. 96/22 bbls fit 10/22.
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To the best of my knowledge there are no parts on the 77/22 and the 10/22 that interchange other than the magazine. Forget about swapping parts around. The 77/22 family is bolt action and is a full size rifle, the 10/22 family is semi-auto.
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Can someone provide a little more detail on the "switch barrel" rifle for these guns? I have a 77/22 in 22LR (and buying a second one...) and curious about a 22LR to 17HMR (not HM2) switch.
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Can someone provide a little more detail on the "switch barrel" rifle for these guns? I have a 77/22 in 22LR (and buying a second one...) and curious about a 22LR to 17HMR (not HM2) switch.
LR to HMR switch aint for the faint of heart. I've done three with unfinished Richard's stocks if you understand how the thing works and are willing to buy the bottom metal and magazine and run a dremel some, you can make 'em work. Ruger won't be any help. don't ask 'em. OMR is the man on this one. if I had a 77/22 today I'd go to Mach II, not HMR. much simpler and almost the same level of smack. probably better accuracy.
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LR to HMR switch aint for the faint of heart. I've done three with unfinished Richard's stocks if you understand how the thing works and are willing to buy the bottom metal and magazine and run a dremel some, you can make 'em work. Ruger won't be any help. don't ask 'em. OMR is the man on this one. if I had a 77/22 today I'd go to Mach II, not HMR. much simpler and almost the same level of smack. probably better accuracy.
Thanks. Already done that and it is truly a switch barrel setup. Probably best if I just stick with that instead of full HMR.
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Ole' Man River, thanx for the info. That answers part of my question. the other part is will a 77/22 Hornet (or 77/44) fit in the same stock set up for 77/22rf.

I have a 17/77 I really like the stock on and want to drop a 77/22 Hornet in it.

Just not sure it will fit or can be made to fit

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Old 08-22-2009, 11:29 PM
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Yes, a 77/22 stock can be made to fit the Hornet action. All you need is a Dremel and a lot of patience. Here's pictures of one that was converted.

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