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Old 02-27-2008, 08:44 PM
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Since this is a Volquartsen pic thread, I'd better submit my own, to stay on topic, and since there are others here who obviously don't understand Volquartsen quality...



Volquartsen Superlight receiver
Volquartsen CNC machined bolt
Volquartsen TG 2000 trigger assembly
Volquartsen Muzzle Weighted Barrel (16.5")

Tapco T6 stock
GG&G bipod
6-24x50 AO/Mil-dot
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Old 02-29-2008, 02:43 PM
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my version

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ruger receiver with all vo parts, heavy vo bolt, vo thm carbon bbl in mach2 with comp, vo2000 trigger, vo barrel mount, fa interprise stock in left hand.
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Old 02-29-2008, 03:47 PM
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ruger receiver with all vo parts, heavy vo bolt, vo thm carbon bbl in mach2 with comp, vo2000 trigger, vo barrel mount, fa interprise stock in left hand.

That gun looks like it was stolen from a Museum display!

Fine example you have there!
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Old 02-29-2008, 04:24 PM
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My .17HM2.
i also own a .22lr but no photos.


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attn amblerrl

amblerrl,WOW,thats some beautiful gun! what brand stock,I am torn between laminates,and wood/ thanks joe.
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Old 02-29-2008, 10:31 PM
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fa enterprise, left handed and fully adjustable. let's keep this on vo pics like the forum started. i think we've all heard enough arguments on this subject. it's time for the moderator to step in .
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Now shooting fans........

Here's my favorite type of VQ:

Skeeterized VQ .


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Old 02-29-2008, 10:50 PM
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ooooohhhh nice

my problem is why dont volqs come with super light triggers,why do i have to then get a 300 dollar kidd,to go to 8oz?
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Old 02-29-2008, 11:01 PM
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my problem is why dont volqs come with super light triggers,why do i have to then get a 300 dollar kidd,to go to 8oz?
Because every other manufacturer does, too. It is a safety issue. Specialty trigger manufacturers can take on the risk, because they all have a out: "installation by a trained gunsmith" puts the liability onus on the installer, not the manufacturer.

Hunters, in particular do not like ultralight triggers.

Sanctioned NRA matches require a 3-lb trigger pull minimum.

The match market is a niche market.
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I guess I'm in the club.....

VQ/KIDD
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I guess I'm in the club.....

VQ/KIDD
That thing is wickedly awesome!

What kind of mag is that? Tactical Innovations? Does it work well for you?
Mine tries to double feed (chambers one, then feeds another and locks the bolt open with the jammed round!)

Factory mags work great, but I would prefer to figure out my TI mag problem!
The mag works fine in factory Ruger receiver, though.

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Old 03-17-2008, 09:32 AM
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Volquartsen Custom is now offering the first and only high capacity 25 round mags for 10/22? rifles chambered in .22 WMR or.17 HMR, the two hottest shooting and highest demand rimfire calibers. They are CNC machined from solid billet aluminum, and they have been extensively tested to ensure reliable feeding and functioning. The unique two-piece assembly allows the shooter to easily disassemble the magazine for cleaning.
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Old 03-17-2008, 12:27 PM
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Here's my VQ, built in '05. Below is a portion of one of the first targets shot with this rifle, done during ammo testing.


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Old 12-18-2008, 06:15 PM
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Here's mine. Ruger receiver with VQ parts. Just installed a VQ bolt a couple of days ago but no pics with it. Gonna just reak down and buy the VQ receiver next.

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