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Old 05-19-2012, 11:23 PM   #21
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this barrel is exactly what i want
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what do you mean by good luck? does that mean it's that difficult to do?
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I think he means that your goal to shoot under a 1" group at 100 yds is a stretch. You may get 2" or so if conditions are right but it mostly falls on the shooter, not the gun. Trigger control is key. If I was to build another one, I would focous soley on the trigger. The factory barell will usually shoot tighter than an average person can anyway. And as mentioned previously NEVER USE A DREMEL ON YOUR TRIGGER PARTS to remove material, they remove material to fast. If you don't have stones or files you can use a high grit sand paper then after you have finished if you feel the need you can use a felt polishing wheel only to clean up the parts with your Dremel
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what do you mean by good luck? does that mean it's that difficult to do?
GM barrels as a rule, are prolly the very best value out there (IMO). One more time I'm gonna ask, is this gun for hunting, or strictly a bench gun? I understand you want it accurate, but for what purpose? Difficult, (and I swear I'm not trying to be an ass here) but, if your asking this question, it's impossible, for you at this time, (unless your the next Olympic superstar).
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You don't have a foot long?
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You don't have a foot long?

Well yeah, if I measure from my asshole....
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GM barrels as a rule, are prolly the very best value out there (IMO). One more time I'm gonna ask, is this gun for hunting, or strictly a bench gun? I understand you want it accurate, but for what purpose? Difficult, (and I swear I'm not trying to be an ass here) but, if your asking this question, it's impossible, for you at this time, (unless your the next Olympic superstar).
oh i didn't understand what you wanted to know. its a bench gun. sorry.
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I think he means that your goal to shoot under a 1" group at 100 yds is a stretch. You may get 2" or so if conditions are right but it mostly falls on the shooter, not the gun. Trigger control is key. If I was to build another one, I would focous soley on the trigger. The factory barell will usually shoot tighter than an average person can anyway. And as mentioned previously NEVER USE A DREMEL ON YOUR TRIGGER PARTS to remove material, they remove material to fast. If you don't have stones or files you can use a high grit sand paper then after you have finished if you feel the need you can use a felt polishing wheel only to clean up the parts with your Dremel
yeah a 2" group is fine. i just didn't know how accurate a .22lr can be at 100 yards.
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A 22lr can be very accurate. Provided the right barrel/trigger, right glass, and correct ammo, (good .22 ammo can run as high as $10.00 a box of 50). What type of scope are you thinking?
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A 22lr can be very accurate. Provided the right barrel/trigger, right glass, and correct ammo, (good .22 ammo can run as high as $10.00 a box of 50). What type of scope are you thinking?
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nikon p-22

That's prolly a pretty fair scope for small game, tin can plinking, but it is not a 100yd bench gun scope.
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That's prolly a pretty fair scope for small game, tin can plinking, but it is not a 100yd bench gun scope.
what do you suggest?
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If it's solely a bench gun you need something in the 16-24 power range, something with a AO, (adjustable objective). I suggest spending the most money you can afford on glass. Good rule of thumb is, spend the same on glass as you spend on the gun.
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i bought the gun for 209. the glass is about 175.
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i bought the gun for 209. the glass is about 175.
Yep, the 209 is before your barrel, ($150ish) and the Kidd trigger group (over $200.00) and what ever stock you go with, (at least $100.00 prolly more). So now your sitting around $600.00, you can get a good piece of glass for that.
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Yep, the 209 is before your barrel, ($150ish) and the Kidd trigger group (over $200.00) and what ever stock you go with, (at least $100.00 prolly more). So now your sitting around $600.00, you can get a good piece of glass for that.
that's insane for a .22lr! aha i should have talked to you before i decided to do this project.
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You can certainly go cheaper. With he P22 and a box stock 10/22 you can have a great combo that will perform well for what .22 was meant for, it's just not gonna be a 100yd walnut shooter. They way I went was that way, then upgraded as I could, next thing I knew, I had enough parts for another rifle, and then another. I still have a couple of barrel and stocks laying around leftover from projects.
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You can certainly go cheaper. With he P22 and a box stock 10/22 you can have a great combo that will perform well for what .22 was meant for, it's just not gonna be a 100yd walnut shooter. They way I went was that way, then upgraded as I could, next thing I knew, I had enough parts for another rifle, and then another. I still have a couple of barrel and stocks laying around leftover from projects.
here is a list of what i want for my gun.

black/blued bull barrel. (preferably threaded and fluted)
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and OD green Houge stock.

do you have any extra black bull barrels laying around?
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No bulls, I've only bought one. Shoots very good, but too heavy to carry. My sporter barreled gun shoots just as well after I found the ammo it likes. Did you see the pic of mine in the link I posted?
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