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I've posted my plinker before, in the gun porn thread I think, but here it is with a one piece rest my buddy made. This was the first rest he's made (he's got one for himself now) and he made a few adjustments to it so it would not only accomodate my BR Anschutz, but my Remington 40x and Win 52B as well. The nylon bar is removable and the forearm cradles on the two circular rests.


 

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Ruger 22/45 4 inch.... pre mod phase lol. Give it a few weeks and it wont look the same.
 

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Here are mine:











She started out as a $5.00 yard-sale box of parts with no wood. Everything was there but the stock. I took it to my shop and fabricated the pistol-grip receiver and "wire" folding stock out of sheet steel, and exhaust pipe and a 1/4" steel rod and scrap nuts, bolts, a fender shim and brazed it all up with an oxy/acetylene torch. The Mag-Light mount I later machined out of aluminum at the Louisiana Tech University Machine Shop. The sight is an old Aim Point off of a shotgun.

Believe it or not, she shoots GREAT and I can ring the 9" gong 18 out of 18 rounds @ 100 yards off a bag with her!

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22/45 MK-III Target Model

Volquartsen:
Exact Edge Extractor,
SureStrike Firing Pin,
Target hammer,
Target sear,
Target trigger w/ overtravel screw, return trigger plunger spring and polished plunger,
V-Comp Compensator,
Titanium Disconnector.

Mag disconnect removed using Sam's hammer bushing and I installed bpatza @ rimfirecentral.com's Loaded Chamber Indicator (LCI) Cover.

Grips and Mag Bumpers by TechTeach @ rimfirecentral.com [email protected]

Hammer bushing from Sam Lam @ rimfirecentral.com [email protected]

Cocking Handle by Brian Alcaraz, [email protected] @ rimfirecentral.com

LCI Cover from bpatza at RFC, Bruce patza, N863 lawn Rd, Seymour WI. 54165.

I Throated her and polished the feed ramp too.

The trigger is MUCH lighter and breaks nice and clean with NO creep and no overtravel. Once I adjusted the take-up as far as I could and still get reliable reset I am left with about 1/32" take-up before you feel resistance then she breaks like glass at maybe a pounds pressure! I doubt I will be making any changes to the setup from this point on.

I have a total of only $258.43 in her not counting the original cost of the gun and Red Dot which was $350 so the total investment is $608.43 and well worth every penny to me!













 

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Cerakoted a 1982 receiver, then build the rest for spare parts and aftermarket parts....fine shooting tack driver.....and now a certified Yote Killer!
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Well. I just picked up this little plinker today. LGS highly recommended and reviews here at DC seemed generally good. And the smaller grip option works well for my wife who will use this for CC class prep. Bonus, I get to plink with it too! Cleaning tonight and will introduce it to its brothers and sisters this weekend.

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