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    Default Ruger 10/22 carbine

    so me and my fiance have updated our collection now to 3 pistols and 2 rifles

    the latest one was kind of a suprise to me.... we were at bobs army navy in clearfield looking at some handguns.... so she decided she wanted the taurus millenium compact so i said ok..... i walked away and came back and suprise!!!! there was a brand new 10/22 carbine with an ATI tactical stock, red dot sight, and a 25 rounder banana mag...... lets just say that i amvery happy at the moment... so as son as i got home i started the conversion..... heres the pics!!
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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Very nice. But it needs a flash suppresor.
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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Quote Originally Posted by normanvin View Post
    Very nice. But it needs a flash suppresor.
    nahh i was thinking sbr with a supressor/silencer

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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrepp61 View Post
    nahh i was thinking sbr with a supressor/silencer
    That works....
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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    well it shoots great.... with the original magatleast....

    i tried the aftermarket banana mag that i bought and i had to put slight pressure forward on it to get it to chamber a round... now with the slight pressure it functioned flawlessly through 75 rounds...... the stock fits nicely.... onl complaint is i was an idiot when i assembled it and didnt read completely through.... after it was all put together i decided to put the picatinny rails on the front only to realize i needed to dothat before i put the gun together.... it needs nuts on the inside to hold the rails on since the holes arent threaded..... all in all its a nice little tool to have and im sure with a good scope it could be a tack driver.... anyone in the centre county area want toshoot sometime let me know.... i got a boatload of ammo left over and id love to burn through it....

    id like to get a steel target set to plink with sometime soon too....

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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Did I mention that I currently have five 10/22's in the safe. One for each of the sons. One I rebuilt with a bull barrel and a lot of goodies inside. And a stainles version. All of them shoot great.
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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrepp61 View Post
    all in all its a nice little tool to have and im sure with a good scope it could be a tack driver....
    I've got a 10/22 and it takes alot more than a scope to turn it into a tack driver. That said, they are a helluva lotta fun to shoot! Congrats and happy plinking!
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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    I've got an "extra" 10/22 carbine in the safe waiting to be converted. That ATI folding stock was one of my considerations. Looks great!

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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Quote Originally Posted by PisnNapalm View Post
    I've got a 10/22 and it takes alot more than a scope to turn it into a tack driver. That said, they are a helluva lotta fun to shoot! Congrats and happy plinking!
    This is true. But it is not that hard to make it drive tacks.
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    Default Re: Ruger 10/22 carbine

    Head on over to www.rimfirecentral.com if you're serious about wanting to turn it into a tack driver. They'll help ya no matter what kind of budget you have.
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