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Im working on building a plinker,hunting,carry 10/22. Something I can bang around with and not worry about.
Alot of target barrels require more care than the factory. They can be alittle more heavy and sensitive too.
I wanted to know what aftermarket barrels are tough,light, dont need frequent cleaning, and can handle a variety of ammo styles?
I dont have high accuracy expectations. Just something better than the factory barrel.
 

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Nice! Glad it shoot for ya, I knew it would! I remember seeing threads on how you had feeding problems before.. Im realy glad there gone! I just got a Choate stock today. but if I get a bull barrel Im probly have to go with a Hogue or something of the like.
 

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Yup, I already got a trigger kit last week. The PatchWorm too. (I bought a Sinclair muzzleguard when I got the rifle. It did not line up the rod with the muzzle to keep the tip of the jag away from the crown. Isnt that supose to be the point of the stinkin thing? The PatchWorm is far better.) I just today recived my Choate pistolgrip fixed stock. My buffer pin comes tomorow.
I guess I should'nt gripe too much about the accuracy. Im shure its acurate enough for plinking, and up to 50y hunting. Who knows mabe it will shoot beter with lower velocity ammo. The stock may help abit too. I dont have my hopes up to high on that.
 

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My problem is solved. Of corse it was my stupid fault. I was using a centerfire rifle scope. I thought that a +/-.5" parrelex error wasnt that big of a deal. That has to be on the list of "My top 10 dumb ideas". Anyhow, after I faced the facts. I got a Tasco Varmint/Tactical.
Now my grps are around 1"-.75" with a flyer or three using Blazers. Using Federal "Classic" I was shooting the same grps with less flyers. I only shot three groups of ten each, at 59y. I hope to do better with low vel target ammo.
Also, I pray this Tasco scope holds its zero. So far, im impressed with this cheap scope.
 

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Parallax

Evan
BigMike has a sticky thread on the scope&ring forum that sums up parallax nicely. You dont realy need the scope to be for rimfire, if it is an AO adjustible scope. Mabe even a shotgun scope will work, if its focus is at 75y. I think the problem with a shotgun might be that, it has thick crosshairs.
 
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