Built a new toy - finally going to shoot it

Discussion in 'Small Bore' started by double down, May 7, 2004.

  1. double down

    double down Member

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    Last July I bought a new Ruger 10/22 carbine for the receiver assembly and then added an aftermarket stock and barrel. I was in such a hurry to get it together that I ordered the parts second day air.

    Well now it's been 10 months and I just cleaned it up and assembled the new stock and barrel. Hopefully tomorrow I'll start the break in of the barrel.

    I went with a 18" Green Mountain fluted barrel in .920" contour and the Hogue overmolded stock. This Hogue stock will be replaced very soon, I don't care for the flex feeling.

    I have a few different red dot sights I'll try and see which I like the best but it should make for a good plinker.
     
  2. IRISH9

    IRISH9 Well-Known Member

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    Sound's good, can you put up a photo so we can all have a look ?.
     

  3. double down

    double down Member

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    Here's a picture, nothing fancy but I'm sure it will be fun.

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  4. chips

    chips Well-Known Member

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    looks good! have fun plinkin'
     
  5. clayshooter25/25

    clayshooter25/25 Well-Known Member

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    Nice gun! :)
     
  6. Rogmatt

    Rogmatt Well-Known Member

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    Very Nice, congrats
     
  7. double down

    double down Member

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    I still haven't been able to go shoot it yet. :evil:
     
  8. Anonymous

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    hey, you cant go wrong witha bipod, throw one on their for varmint hunting, and they look cool 8)
     
  9. JJB

    JJB New Member

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    you're gonna want a volquartsen target hammer soon and for a nice stock i'd suggest a laminated tumbhole they feel so nice and point so well.......... next you'll need a buffer to get rid of the clacking noise as it cycles...... next i highly recomend sending your bolt to CPC to get it reworked.......

    have fun!!