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Posted: 5/4/2001 6:58:26 PM EST
[Last Edit: 5/4/2001 7:00:14 PM EST by bunghole]
I just got the rest of the stuff for my 10/22 and finished it today. [img]http://echoesmedia.com/hoeftjl/10_22.jpg[/img] I got the Butler Creek stock and barrel combo, Power Parts sear and hammer kit, a cheap Tasco 6-18x42 and some other stuff. The trigger is 1000% better now!
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 7:03:46 PM EST
Good lookin' rifle! How much did the sear & hammer kit cost you, if you don't mind my asking? What does it include? Is the feel noticably improved? Thanks, -bob
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 7:10:55 PM EST
It was $55 from [url]www.eabco.com[/url] The trigger pull is supposed to be about 2.5 lbs. It is nice and crisp (compared to stock). The only thing I need now is a trigger with the travel limit.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 7:17:42 PM EST
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 7:18:46 PM EST
Nice rifle. I have that same barrel but I used the stock with the built in bipod. I works pretty well and folds up into the forearm when you aren't using it. Right now I have a cheap Tasco red dot on it but I am thinking of putting some better optics on soon.
Link Posted: 5/4/2001 7:23:11 PM EST
Hoetfljl, Nice rifle! I have built one 10/22 myself, and have learned a few things. Rimfirecentral.com is great, if you don't already know about it. As far as a trigger stop, Supposedly, a piece of #7 shot, in the trigger plunger spring hole makes a perfect overtravell setting. Have a good one! -Jared
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