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New Barrel for the my 10/22

Picked up a Green Mountain SS bull barrell for th 10/22 for fairly cheap. Had to do a little dremel work to the Choate stock to make it work Here's a Pic

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Picked up a Green Mountain SS bull barrell for th 10/22 for fairly cheap. Had to do a little dremel work to the Choate stock to make it work Here's a Pic

Nice..... . How do you like shooting it with the hand grip? Does it help you stay smooth on the Trigger?

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I like the pistol grip alot. I shoot offhand at steel plates, so the pistol grip make it real easy to move from one to another. and its just easier to hold on to

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B.C. makes decent barrels for a fair price, nice looking.



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B.C. makes decent barrels for a fair price, nice looking.
I looked at some of the Butler Creek carbon fiber barrels, but they didn't have the accuracy I was looking for.
Rimfirecentral.com had a link to Green Mountain Barrels on sale and I read good things about them

I just back from the indoor range, It shot nice, better than I did. Had a few FTE, I think it was from a weak mag spring, but it could be the barrel is alittle tight

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cool, make sure you got the right tension and clean mags, rimfire had a great link sticky somewhere about cleaning and setting spring rate, its pretty accurate, i do the same twist, but sometimes older mags like 1 -2 more winds in them its just a matter of #ing your mags and writing down if they like differant spring rate tensions on them.

thats how i do it.



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cool, make sure you got the right tension and clean mags, rimfire had a great link sticky somewhere about cleaning and setting spring rate, its pretty accurate, i do the same twist, but sometimes older mags like 1 -2 more winds in them its just a matter of #ing your mags and writing down if they like differant spring rate tensions on them.

thats how i do it.
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no problem, i ws on that site a while back and got alot of good info off that site, if you need any tips about the rugger 10/22 let me know, i know alot of the action, what parts to upgrade and what not to upgrade, to lighten the trigger and so forth.



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I would like to make the trigger lighter and smoother
but I don't want to go high end like Volquartsen, maybe just a hammer and sear upgrade from power custom

what do you recommend?
But I don't want a $180 trigger pack on a $120 rifle

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no, no, no, you dont need to spend that much to lighten the trigger,....LISTEN UP JOHN too (cause god knows your shit needs it)

order the Volquartsen HAMMER, it comes with new springs DO NOT USE THOSE SPRINGS, keep the RUGER ONES! and if you dont have it already, a volq. extended mag release, makes life easy when changing mags, also too, while you got the action apart (hope you done this before if not, its not that hard) let me know if anything call me and i will walk you threw it step by step, we will take apart our actions together.

anyway, behind the trigger, there is a plunger and spring, REVERSE the order, slip the plunger in 1st and the spring is now facing outward.

also too, take a dremel tool to your bolt and polish the top and side that faces in.


and thats about it, just those parts alone, the trigger will lighten you down to around 3-5 pounds! polishing the bolt hammer will help feed and slide action, the extended release is to make it easyier to change mags...if i think of anything else ill let you know.

all that stuff is maybe 50 bucks? and some time well spent.



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OH YEAH and an auto bolt release if you dont have one already!
i did modified my own with a dremel tool, came out perfect, just dont know if you have the patients for it.

also check this thread out for some info

http://rimfirecentral.com/forums/sho...threadid=42956



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Thats a nice setup,

hey do they still make that crank thing with the cam that clamps on the trigger guard that lets you rapidfire the 10/22... I saw it about a million years ago at a gun store ?

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last thing i promise...lol

get a bolt buffer, i like my VOLQ bolt buffer.

with that you should be happy as a pig in shit.



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no thats not been made for some time,...hell i can pull the trigger so fast and it sounds like auto fire if i want, and my group @50 is still under 3inchs....right now my 22 shoots 1/4MOA hell yeah!



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no thats not been made for some time,...hell i can pull the trigger so fast and it sounds like auto fire if i want, and my group @50 is still under 3inchs....right now my 22 shoots 1/4MOA hell yeah!

Ken......that set up looks like a lot of fun. Got any good leads to put one together for a good price????

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you almost wind up always, spending more money making one then to buy a new one. but the fun in making your own is truly custom.

if you really want a top notch 22 and wanna spend alittle less then a new VOLQ rifle, thats when it comes into play when custom building your own out of mostly custom parts then again mostly with VOLQ parts that is.

order a brownells catolog its the bible for parts. http://www.brownells.com/



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Ken...
Where do you find all this time to spend on this stuff?

Im gonna drop mine off...I want you to mod my internals just like yours.
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Oh man, thats my favorite stock setup... when I was into it I almost coughed up some dough to redo mine but then reality set in $$$ maybe later.

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john, between work, and not doing nothing, true i gotta lot of time on my hands, but mostly my labor in my business in the phone and my mind. (no wonder i am poor...lol)

john if ya want me to do it thats fine, but your gonna be here with me working, other wise, i will show you and teach you, i am not just gonna work on your gun you come pick it up, you wont learn nothing from that.



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Thanks Ken...I will take you up on that....once I find some time.
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