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Old 08-03-2011, 12:13 AM   #41
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I like this thread nothing better than being able to put 300 rds down range and still have money in your wallet.
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Old 08-03-2011, 12:13 AM   #42
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The clip I have is a .22 conversion for an AR-15 that I epoxied the 10/22 magazine to the top of. I got it from cabela's. It's mainly for looks
any good write ups on how to do this? Or is it not to hard? Im not any expert but I would like to just see maybe a how too...?
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I've got a loaded .45 desert eagle for home defense...

should be a little more effective than the .22!
Don't miss! That's an odd choice for HD in my opinion.
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I've got a loaded .45 desert eagle for home defense...

should be a little more effective than the .22!
.45 Desert Eagle?

Not sure I've ever seen one of those. I've seen a .357, 44 magnum and 50 AE, but never a 45. I know the Baby Eagle comes in 9 mm and 40 S&W...does it come in .45 ACP as well?
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Old 08-03-2011, 07:32 AM   #45
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subbed for future use. Picked up a 10-22 at the gun show a week ago. Cant wait to start modding it!!!!
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here's my 10/22
What brand stock is that?
Its nice!
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Old 08-03-2011, 01:19 PM   #47
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any good write ups on how to do this? Or is it not to hard? Im not any expert but I would like to just see maybe a how too...?
It's pretty easy... I bought a .22 LR conversion-style clip for an m-16 from Cabelas, cut off the top bullet feeder, and glued on the ruger clip. Painted it matt black to match the rest of the gun.



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.45 Desert Eagle?

Not sure I've ever seen one of those. I've seen a .357, 44 magnum and 50 AE, but never a 45. I know the Baby Eagle comes in 9 mm and 40 S&W...does it come in .45 ACP as well?
Yup! It's the Baby Eagle .45 ACP






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What brand stock is that?
Its nice!
The butt-stock or the reciever part? The butt-stock is a Tapco brand stock for an AR-15, and the reciever/housing is a conversion kit for 10/22 made by nordic components.
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The butt-stock or the reciever part? The butt-stock is a Tapco brand stock for an AR-15, and the reciever/housing is a conversion kit for 10/22 made by nordic components.
Sorry, I did mean receiver. I have never heard of Nordic.

How would you compare Nordic to Tapco or Archangel receiver?
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Old 08-03-2011, 03:00 PM   #49
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My 10/22...gave to my son as his 17th birthday present last month. Had the stock custom dipped just for him.



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Doesn't everybody have a 10/22??

Here's mine:





Very nice! I'm sure that's very pleasant to shoot. Does it have any recoil? What distances do you normally plink at?
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That looks awesome!
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Sorry, I did mean receiver. I have never heard of Nordic.

How would you compare Nordic to Tapco or Archangel receiver?
I was thinking about getting the Archangel, but I didn't like that it was all plastic. The Nordic 10/22 conversion kit is all metal, and is designed specifically for the Ruger 10/22. The Nordic kit also allows you to use actual AR-15 components for your add on's.

On my 10/22, the butt-stock, pistol grip, fore-grip, float tube, dot site, and flashlight are all AR-15 components.
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Yup! It's the Baby Eagle .45 ACP









Nice!! Ain't nothing like lobbing watermelons at the bad guys. I love the .45ACP!!
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So, I bought a Ruger 10/22 yesterday and waiting for it to get out of jail. I have been reading a lot about them and the immense aftermarket for them. I sprung for the Target edition so hopefully it wont need massive upgrades. Maybe a different stock and some trigger work. lets see what everyone else has done to theirs. It's like the AR15 of .22lrs. I bought a 22 because I'm pretty new to guns and not really interested in huntting and more interested in target shooting. just a few times at the range with my old Marlin 60 in the past couple weeks and im happy i went this way. I was shooting 200-300 rounds in a trip to the range and the guys shooting bigger centerfire stuff would show up, shoot 20 rounds, and go home. I really just want to shoot a lot and not break the bank. I also picked up a Marlin 795 for the wife and a Browning Buckmark camper 22lr pistol, so that i can learn to shoot a pistol. I plan to get a bigger handgun later down the road. anyways.... this thread is about the 10/22 so lets talk about that one.
Hey Seth, good job. I guess after shooting my 10/22 up at the last camp that you went out and got one. That is cool. I havent done anything to mine yet, but I may in the future. There is a range out here in Sheridan that is free that we could go to and shoot when you get yours, just let me know. Talk to you later.
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You can have lots of fun with a 10/22 and a few bucks for an airsoft P90 stock.


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It's pretty easy... I bought a .22 LR conversion-style clip for an m-16 from Cabelas, cut off the top bullet feeder, and glued on the ruger clip. Painted it matt black to match the rest of the gun.


Thanks man! got me a new project now
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well.... it will already be handed down.. hahhahah.. decided to get this guy instead for myself.

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Good choice. I think Nikon actually makes a .22 scope that you can adjust the yardage and it will stay sighted in. Im not sure the model but I saw it in a guns and ammo mag.

Ive had my 10/22 for 14 years or so and has been my favorite gun! Ive had 3 or 4 different stock on it, a few different sights, and I think im ready for a new barrel for it now.

here is how mine looks as of now.
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I have put a scope on it now, but its not very good. The gun shoots well, though.

The powder on the stock is from the nitrile gloves I was wearing when I put the barrel on. Its a crappy cell phone picture.
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