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  • 10-22 convert

    These are before and after pics of my Ruger 10-22 convert,with flash,scope,and laser,50 rounder,,,this puppy screams,,,,,Texrebel
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    that's awesome! LOVE IT
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    • #3
      What tha????????

      At first I saw an SBR...but the mag way back there popped into view. How does the trigger system work?
      I assume it's OAL is still non-SBR...but what does it measure?
      If it's still as reliable as a stock 10/22 I'd rather have that than a GSG-5.

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      • #4
        Sometimes i wonder if my 10-22 is all i really need.
        CTHULHU/Dagon 2012

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        • #5
          Converted to Bull pup stock,compact and light wieght,barrel still stock,50 rounder great for suppresion fire but still carry the able to single fire at long range,Trigger has been modifyed to carry back to new location,not had any problems or jams.....Txrebel

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          • #6
            How much shorter is the rifle now being a bullpup then when it was in the factory stock? It looks to be several inches. Where did you get the stock at?

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            • #7
              Nice work Rebel. The Ruger 10/22 is one of the most reliable, versatile and modifyable 22's on the market. I love mine and hope you enjoy your new creation!
              Wolverines!!!:D

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              • #8
                That's absolutely SICK! Now all you gotta do is strip out yer mags, and it'll look perfectly clean....good job.. ;)
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