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Who says stocker 10/22's aren't accurate??

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Well i bought my first 10/22 on Tuesday and took it out night before last. I through on an old bushnell 4x32 Sportview rimfire scope i had since around 84 or 85. The first group is at 25 yards and the second is at 50 yards. This is just a plain jane 10/22 for 249.00 Canadian. I am pleased.

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I had similiar results this past weekend. I was tired of the rifle being so heavy with the 18" bull barrel so i gave the factory barrel another go. I shot a couple of .25" groups and a bunch of sub 1 inch groups. I am now stuck with a useless chunk of steel (the bull barrel that is). :t :)
 

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RidX said:
I had similiar results this past weekend. I was tired of the rifle being so heavy with the 18" bull barrel so i gave the factory barrel another go. I shot a couple of .25" groups and a bunch of sub 1 inch groups. I am now stuck with a useless chunk of steel (the bull barrel that is). :t :)
Wrap it in sandpaper and sell it off as a stock reamer :D
 

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Win94 said:
Well i bought my first 10/22 on Tuesday and took it out night before last. I through on an old bushnell 4x32 Sportview rimfire scope i had since around 84 or 85. The first group is at 25 yards and the second is at 50 yards. This is just a plain jane 10/22 for 249.00 Canadian. I am pleased.

And it should get better as it brakes in. Might be a ringer.
 
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