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Old 04-26-2014, 07:00 PM   #641
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Always good to put it to use for what I built it for.

Anybody know someone who wants to get rid of a receiver and/or trigger group? I still have the stock barrel and stock laying around. It would be fun to have another 10/22 to throw in the tractor or barn if I stumble across a receiver and trigger for the right price.
You missed mine by about 3 weeks. I sold those two parts when I got my Kidd replacements. Rimfire Central is good for sure. Armslist also.
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Keep an eye open over on Rimfirecentral.com there are on there for sale fairly regular.
That's a great idea! I should have thought of that earlier.

The TacSol barrel left the front end a little light for my tastes. Pulled a bi-pod off another rifle today and through it on. Feels a bit better to me now, not that it was particularly bad in the first place. I think I'll have to pick up another bi-pod.
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Anyone want to sell their black stock for the ruger 10/22. I picked up a wood stock one last week but want to see if i like the black better.
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My wife told me she is thinking about getting into shooting small bore competitively. Anyone need a new kidney? I am probably going to get her a stock 10/22 and upgrade it as needed if she really gets into it. Does anyone else here shoot small bore?
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Anyone want to sell their black stock for the ruger 10/22. I picked up a wood stock one last week but want to see if i like the black better.

Are you just looking for a factory synthetic stock?


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My wife told me she is thinking about getting into shooting small bore competitively. Anyone need a new kidney? I am probably going to get her a stock 10/22 and upgrade it as needed if she really gets into it. Does anyone else here shoot small bore?

I have a good friend (taught me the fiber points of shooting) that used to compete in IR 50/50 with a 10/22, an would win.

His gun was built with all volquarsten parts with a lot of custom smith work on it. If you are set on a 10/22 it can be done but not cheap lol. Start looking at Kidd and volquarsten parts and go from there

Or get a bolt action, I've heard some of the CZs do well in some of the classes
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I have the take down version and a standard version and I'll never get rid of either they are great rifles. Love the reliability and parts for theses rifles.
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Old 06-02-2014, 05:13 PM   #647
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Thanks! I've been eying a CZ .22 for myself, but I'll ask her. Her current mission is to find a club that shoots regularly and get more proficient at the competition styles of shooting.
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Wish I could shoot mine more, but I can't get ahold of any ammo It almost makes me want to sell it to fund my first deer gun. I got it to target practice, develop good shooting habits, but I can't do that if I don't have any ammo.
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I have 4 of the lil suckers. One from each of my Grandfather's who have passed away and a pair of takedown's one set up w a nice lil nikon scope and the other w a folding stock and a AAC adapter for a can..... GREAT lil rifles.
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Here's mine, the end result will have a threaded barrel + a can on it. I wanted a small, three piece SHTF "bug out" type of survival rifle. Just received the Vortex Sparc II for this, but have yet to take her to the range.
I'm a HUGE Vortex supporter btw.
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10/22 Take Down w a folding Stock, and the BX25 round magazine, an INERT AAC demo can for now and a Trijicon reflex.... One of these days I will add a good solid AAC can to this package but it's and AWESOME lil plinker/truck gun....
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Are you just looking for a factory synthetic stock

Yes! I found one on ebay for $30 shipped thats new but figured if i can help someone on here out i will.
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10/22 Take Down w a folding Stock, and the BX25 round magazine, an INERT AAC demo can for now and a Trijicon reflex.... One of these days I will add a good solid AAC can to this package but it's and AWESOME lil plinker/truck gun....
Nice takedown
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10/22 Take Down w a folding Stock, and the BX25 round magazine, an INERT AAC demo can for now and a Trijicon reflex.... One of these days I will add a good solid AAC can to this package but it's and AWESOME lil plinker/truck gun....
Confused....
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Confused about what?
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Old 06-04-2014, 03:35 PM   #656
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10/22 Take Down w a folding Stock, and the BX25 round magazine, an INERT AAC demo can for now and a Trijicon reflex.... One of these days I will add a good solid AAC can to this package but it's and AWESOME lil plinker/truck gun....
Do you plan on shooting a bunch with the suppressor?
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Yep, but I am not going to het a dedicated .22 can rather a .223 can won't be as quiet but will do double duty
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Confused about what?

Why a folder on a take-down? If your looking for small and compact, why hang 14 inches of useless crap off the end? Not trying to slam you, just don't really understand the direction you're heading with this build.
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I like the ergos on the folder better than the factory stock, and the side folder makes it even easier to carry in my pack assembled and ready for bunnies. As for the can since its legal here to hunt surpressed it makes bunny slaying a lot easier. Hope that makes sense.
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For now at least this is a decent set up. At some point I will pick up a Ruger Charger thread the barrel and put everything but the stock on the pistol version, making it nice and tiny. And avoiding having to SBR a 10/22. But that will be down the road a bit.
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