You wont get a target barrel, better stock and a nicer trigger for $150......might be a good option for you.
Agree 100%Yes I think that is the best thing going for 10/22 rifles
Do this! ☝Heres what I'd do, sell the old compact, buy the new LVT. Send the barreled action into CPC for the complete tune. At the end you will have one fine gun. You only have to take out one screw , push in a safety 1/2 way and pull the action. CPC does a chamber cut, bolt job, trigger job, and sends it back all in one piece. Then its just put it in the stock and tighten one screw.
Without any leftover parts there is no starting point for the next build.Do this! ☝
This would be the most stress-free, pushing the easy button, guaranteed tack-driver at a great price and without a pile of OEM parts left over.
The OP doesn’t say how old his 10/22 is. If it is an early 10/22 with a walnut, Overton stock, your answer is 100% correct.I'd say buy the LVT 10/22 and then keep and tune up the older 10/22 .
You can never have to many 10/22's