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For a while now, i've been getting sick of the that little screw that holds the stock to the action. I thought i read somewhere that you can replace it with one that has a allen head instead of a slot. Do you know where i could find this item? thanks
 

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bikenjam said:
I've heard of the bolt buffers before, but what i've never heard is a gun breaking because it didn't have one. What difference would it make?
I can actually FEEL the difference the buffer makes in the 22. It really does have a slightly less felt recoil than without it. I also have buffers in my other weapons such as my M14. In that instance...it's more of saving the receiver from being clanked on than reducing recoil.
 

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The Ruger 10/22 comes with a factory metal bolt stop pin. This pin is what the bolt slams back against when a round is fired. The aftermarket urethane bolt buffer eliminates this metal to metal contact. Extending the life of your receiver and making the action quieter. I've never heard of a receiver breaking either, but I'd rather be safe than sorry :D
Check out this sticky in the action section. The bolt stop pin is #10...
http://rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=11017
 

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Weaponkraft

I have spent all kinds of money on all kinds of 10/22 upgrade products. The BEST money I've spent is on that little orange WK buffer and the WK takedown screw.

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The buffer really changes the "feel" of your rifle's action. If you try one, you will not be dissappointed.
 
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