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Hi, i want to get the best bang for the buck modifications. I have modified Beretta M92 and 1911s. I just got a Ruger 10/22 Deluxe. I want to mod it to something that is accurate and nice.

I want something that is tactical and looks nice. 3 mods needed.

1. Black plastic stock with bipod.
2. Accurate Target Barrel
3. Action that is modified to crisp smooth action.

I know there are alot of companies that sells the parts listed above. What will you recommend for a beginner 10/22 user.

Ryan
 

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Tactical Look

These will probably be the most suggested:

Hogue O.M. Synthetic stock.
Harris BR Bipod (whatever length you want)
GM Blued .920 Barrel
VQ Hammer will get you down to 2 - 2.5 lb. trigger pull

My gun:

Ruger 10/22 Carbine
Hogue O.M. Synthetic Stock
Harris BR 6"-13" Bipod
Clerke 20" .920 Blued Barrel
VQ Hammer, Auto Bolt Release, Extended Magazine Release, Beding System
Dakotan Bolt Buffer, Hex Head Takedown Screw
Weaver T-09, Extra-High Quick Detatch Tip-off Rings
Simmons WTC-18 6.5-20X50mm AO
 

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Tactical look I would say......

SYn look would be Houge
Wood would be micro-fit tactical style stock
20" Green Mtn. Blue fluted
Ext. charge hande (power custom)
Oversized safety

That would look cool.
 

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Here is what i have so far.

Stock.
Hogue OM
Low Harris bi-pod
Vol. Bedding System

Barrel
GM Barrel 20 heavy
GM Barrel 18 fluted

Action
Performance Package from Dakotan
Volq. Hammer
(What else do i need to get good action?)
Extended Bolt release.
 

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You modify m92's and 1911's.
That means your buck should be a lil bigger than mine.:D

Why not go with the better parts?
Get a McMillan stock, Shilen match barrel, Harris swivel bipod, KIDD trigger...
just a thought;)

BTW bed it yourself with some good bedding. That should be more accurate than other bedding.
And you'll wanna get your bolt headspaced to .043 inch.
 

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Update !!

I just ordered the Dokatan 'Performance Package":)

Bolt buffer
Hex head
Hex wrench
Volq. Extractor:)

I need to order :eek:

Barrel (20" Heavy Barrel or 18" Fluted Barrel)
Which one is better?

Stock (Hogue 0.M. Synthetic), Volq. Bedding System

Action (Hammer, Auto Bolt Release, and Extended Mag Release)
 

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Should buy the parts to upgrade the action (trigger group) myself. Or buy a Volq. TG2000?

Which one is better.

Hogue Stock
GM 20" Heavy barrel
Tg2000
Harris Bi-pod.

Any suggestions??
Tactical Wonder? or Waste of Money?
 

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Not a wonder by any means (look at some of chief Dave's guns).
Also, the trigger gaurd depends on what you want. Tactical shouldn't have a 14 oz pull. A VQ hammer + doing the pen spring trick (do a search) + JB weld trick will give you a 1.5 lb. crisp pull. Look at the tips and tricks forum.

You know what's a fun gun????? ALL GUNS!!! (If they work anyway)

In all seriousness, a match gun would be like Fumbler mentioned minus the bi-pod.

Go with the setup you last mentioned minus the TG2000. Once you do the mods, if you feel that it's not enough, but iy. Someone will always snatch up a 1.5 lb. trigger.

Just my .02
 

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I'll be da#$ed! I can;t find the pen spring trick link.

Anyway, take a clicky pen spring, cut off bout, 1/3, and remove the factory trigger group, then the trigger plunger and spring.
Watch the springs, ya don't want em to sneak away from ya. Insert the pen spring (may take some persuasion) and reassemble the trigger group. It will drop yer pull by an average of .8 ibs. It dropped mine by 1.2 ibs. You may need to stretch the spring, to make it reset the sear assy. I just used an awl to do it while on the line. Stuck the awl in the spring and pried it out a bit toward the trigger. (Bolt open and nothing chambered of course).

I'm sure Antlurz will be along to point out anything I may have omitted. :D
Go surf the tips link for more goodies.....http://rimfirecentral.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=6
 

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Afterthought,.......

You may also consider a bolt buffer (Helps reduce recoil, and cuts down on the "shock" beating the receiver takes while the action cycles). I get mine from On Target.

They often times have 5 dollar deals with shipping included.
 

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I had a BB from Ontarget. It's crap compared to WK's. The on target is just a slice of a rubber dowel or whatever. COst to Ontarget is probably less than one cent. Dakotan's buffer is a certain type of plasticy material. I have had both and WK's is much better. Plus, it's ALWAYS 4.95 including shipping from hawktecharms.com no sales, always the same price.
 
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