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I have need of further help fot the following.

I have 4 brownells 10/22 recieverz on the way.
1 is slated for sbr looking for light weight 10inch barrel, medium weight stock
1 benchrest fun, i would like to find a stock similar to ruger's new custom shop 10/22, lilja barrel need help with trigger pack, bolt etc.
1 lightweight, lightweight everything

Not sure on the last

FM-9 pistol lower, need help with selecting 10inch upper.

1 AP ar15 lower in black
1 AP ar15 lower in tan
1 AP ar15 lower in green, this one i think will end up becoming a 300 blkout sbr.

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Three possibilities with the last 10/22 receiver -

The original 10/22 came out in the mid-1960s. Can you come up with a design that would make it look like it came out in, say, the 1950s or 1930s? Bonus points for a stock that would've made the Winchester or Remington of the Bonnie 'n' Clyde days cry with jealousy.

Build a pistol that would balance well (however you define the concept) and give the Charger a run for its money. IMHO the interesting part of the challenge would be the aesthetic one - current day "one-handed rifles" are generally pretty fugly.

Your choice of configuration, but figure out how to set it up for camera-aimed remote operation. Bonus points if you can get it to work on a flyable drone.
 
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You need an iron sight based plinker. Wood stock, something with some nice grain in it.
 
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Originally posted by Shackelford:
You need an iron sight based plinker. Wood stock, something with some nice grain in it.


I have a winchester 75 in full manlicher stock sporting lyman globe sights for that slot, followed by a pre 64 ruger 10/22 international same manlicher style stock. With stock sights.

I like your thought process though, i was contemplating making a brown bess look alike with bayonet...
 
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M-1 Carbine Kit.


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Hah, if i did not own an m1 carbine, I would do it in a heartbeat. Though, I am considering one of the 5.7 ps90 clone kits.

For the first one I am goin to build the benchrest style 10/22. So far I thinking of two different stocks.
bell and Carlson's Odyssey style 2 way adjustable.
https://www.bellandcarlson.com...lay&category_ID=1113


or

Victor Company's Titan 10/22
http://www.victorcompanyusa.com/titan-1022.html


Obviously, there is a price difference. I have had a few Bell and Carlson stocks in the past, but none for rimfire rifles. What do you all think?


Can Kidd supergrade barres be used on non-kid receivers? I have an email into Kidd About this but have not heard back.

I am likely going to use their trigger pack, and bolt
 
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Here's a few idea's ...








If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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well for the first 10/22 build

I went with:
bell &Carlson Odessey stock,
lilja 21" .920 barrel
Kidd bolt,
Kidd trigger group 12oz/1.5lb 2 stage trigger
Kidd buffer
Kidd V block, Take down screw
Kidd bolt handle.

We shall see how it all goes together.
 
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M-1 Carbine Kit.

Yup, this.


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Next suggestion. Scope.

I typically shoot at 66 to 125 yds with my 22lr's. My go to scope has been a hawke sidewinder 6-24. I also have a couple of swfa 10x scopes for my walk around guns. Being that this is a beast and a half. I am looking for a good fine cross hair scope.

Weaver T-Series XR Rifle Scope 36x 40mm and their 48x seem to be good options. Does anyone here have any exp with the most recent versions of the weaver t series?
 
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Originally posted by YooperSigs:
M-1 Carbine Kit.

Yup, this.

I've long been wanting to build a Chicago 10-22 Tommygun ... But I always seem to find something else to do with $319 for the kit ... But maybe it's time to liquidate some odds & ends laying around the funroom to fund it!


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
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It is done and together. I will give it q test shoot once i have the range finished.
 
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Mine came out really well.


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Mine came out really well.


Your thread was the inspiration
 
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Ah well then my work here is done.


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I have several form 1's to file over the next few weeks. My mpx,kriss v, my bnt, a 300 blkout, a fm9 pistol (mabye) and a 10 inch 10/22.


That will leave me with two 10/22 recievers. Right now i am thinking of two tapered barrel units for each of my kids. Something to pass down. Maybe an ultra light and 1 tapered. Dunno yet.
 
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