turned my 10/22 into a baby sniper last night.
heres what i did:
houge overmold stock
harris LM bipod
simmons 8-point 2.5-10 x 40
ironwood desgins dual action lever
some of the things i have already done...
reduced power springs (all of them except the extractor)
hornet products 2# hammer,sear, disconnector
SS rounded trigger plunger
auto bolt release
VQ exact edge extractor
10/22 magnum bolt handle
ranch products weaver scope base
i think that all im gonna do now is get a VQ target trigger w/ overtravel screw and ill be done with it. then i start an all SS 10/22...
im really happy with the way it looks. we'll see how it performs this weekend. i highly recomend the DA lever, very clever design, i had a hard time getting to the bolt release with my fat fingers before but now i just pull back on the lever and viola'! push forward to release the mag. its pretty damn cool.
i would suggest that you trim the length down w/a dremel, its a little long. ill get to trimming mine sooner or later.
i have to get soem medium hieght rings for the scope, as soon as i do ill post pics.
next ill replace my BC bull brrl with a GM. although i dont think mine is that bad really.
i just want a blue fluted barrel.
What he said!
description isnt any good without pics!!
i dont have a dig cam and im at the begining of the roll... im wasting a lot of pics, like on the kids and the dog...
took it out to the range yesterday.
it performed very well, the houge makes it much lighter and easier to handle and i liked the bipod better than lugging a bunch of sand bags.
if you dont have a IWD DA lever, get one. you'll love it!
after i got the scope zeroed, i was filling the one inch square one the sight in target without trying at 50yds. i didnt try to do any "real" tight shooting, i was too busy hittting scattered clay targets somebody had left.