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    Default Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    Looking at getting one of these for fun. Looks pretty cool. I was thinking of getting one for my hi point 45 carbine, but not sure about tucking my cheek right close to the hi point chamber, if you know what I mean! The 10/22 I wouldn't be afraid of. What are your thoughts/experiences with each?

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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    I have one. Looks cool. Worlds worst trigger

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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    Needs a picture:
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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    Thanks for the pics gg. That's the one. It needs an 18" barrel to meet OAL requirements.

    And thanks Nathan, I saw you had one in another thread. Glad to have any input from someone who owns one. Is the trigger/hammer/safety from the original rifle still used with the kit? I was reading on their website about having a safety, but still being able to activate the original safety. It wasn't exactly clear. I have a BX trigger on this one now and wondered if that would improve things. The original trigger on this 10/22 was the worst one I ever had.

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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    You wonít need any new parts other than the chassis. The safety still works and all that. This will make the factory trigger seem good. Itís basically a rod that actuated the stock trigger

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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    I had one of the old muzzlelite bulpup stocks and the hight over bore of the sights made it not fun to plink with, you go from 1/2" with open sights to maybe 4 0r 5" with a scope on the bullpup.

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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    I had a bull pup. I took it back off it felt spongey.
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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    I found this one too:
    https://aklysdefense.com/products/zk...lpup-stock-kit

    Similar to the Hightower, says it has something to adjust the trigger.

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    Default Re: Anyone have the Hightower bullpup stock kit for 10/22?

    Have one on the wall at work...with a 5.7x28. I'm not really fond of the feel nor the look.
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