I have a stainless with a Houge stock, VQ trigger, and a Tasco Tactial/Varmint 2.5-10x scope. I left the barrel stock. Its accuracy is good enough for treerat hunting, and I dont want to clean a Bentz chamber every 20rds.
you bet !--- I got a receiver from a 1968 model. rebuilt trigger with VQ parts with a 3.5 lb. pull. moly coated. GB fluted SS bull barrel. Hogue rubber overmolded stock. BSA 4 MOA red dot sight.
quite the shooter ! :yup:
Doesn't everybody ??? Got two. One fairly plain jane. The other with a Leuplod 3X9X40,Clark trigger(parts),carbon fiber bbl,Uncle Mikes stock,etc.,etc. Used it in Maine for winter Grouse. When it's 0-10 below thay fly up high into a maple tree and sit there and look at you. Even with a 20 it's no fun. But......shooting head/neck shots only, with a .22 is great. My practice was 1" circle offhand. Out to 35(or so) yards they were dead. Great fun!! Shot a couple of BR-50 matches at the club with it but can't compete with them really tricked .22's. ----------
I still have the one my dad bought me when I was 16 years old. That makes it 16 years old this August. It's as stock as the day I got it except for the cheapo scope I have on it for shooting at the range. Great little gun that I'll never get rid of. I plan to give it to my sons when they are old enough and responsible enough.
I received one from my father sometime around 1978 and have used the daylights out of it. It looks rough as I have carred it in the truck for years next to the drivers door. Mine is the Ruger model just like it came from the store. I bet I have fired 3000+ rounds through that gun. Hell of a weapon. If I could only have one weapon to survive with a Ruger 10/22 would be it.
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