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Sig357
04-25-2009, 2:54 PM
Just curious which do you like better. The Revolution Blue thumbhole stock, or the Hogue Rubber Overmold.

-Volquartsen CF Barrel
-Volquartsen Bolt handle Recoil Rod Spring
-Volquartsen Extractor
-Volquartsen Mag release
-Volquartsen Action Kit
-Leupold Vari-X IIc 3-9x 40mm
-Bolt has been Chamfered & Polished
-Bolt release mod
-Harris Bipod


http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z271/rickdvs1/CSC_0515.jpg


http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z271/rickdvs1/DSC_0056.jpg


This is @ 50 yards rapid fire on a bench using the Revolution thumbhole stock, and my range bag as a rest. I know I can do better with the Harris bipod mounted. I was also using bulk ammo. A mix of Remington Gold and Federal.

http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z271/rickdvs1/DSC_0516.jpg

Saigon1965
04-25-2009, 4:20 PM
Am going for the Hogue - I like the classic look more -

paintballergb
04-25-2009, 7:39 PM
You Hogue rifle is looks exactly like I want my 10/22 to look like. Where did you get all your parts and how much did they cost you?

BTW they both look very nice.

B.D.Dubloon
04-25-2009, 7:47 PM
Blue thumbhole stock easy. I am a big fan of the colored laminate stocks, I have a Boyds.

rg_1111@yahoo.com
04-25-2009, 7:54 PM
I like the Hogue.

Sig357
04-25-2009, 8:18 PM
You Hogue rifle is looks exactly like I want my 10/22 to look like. Where did you get all your parts and how much did they cost you?

BTW they both look very nice.


I purchased all the parts from Volquartsen.https://www.volquartsen.com/category/13-accessories-and-upgrades/10-1022-lr-action

The most costly parts will be your barrel, Action Kit, stock, and scope. The rest of it is not that bad, lol but there is not really much else except the Extractor, which is a must. You will end up with a very nice shooter. Mine is super quiet, and a super light trigger.

Thanks for the comments guys. I will be building a second tac driver with the Revolution stock. Except this time the Ruger receiver and trigger pack will be Black. I have been able to hit a Quarter at 50yds. easy. I love this rifle.:thumbsup:

ch47gunner
04-25-2009, 8:18 PM
Fieldgun - the Hogue
Benchgun - the thumbhole stock

I have the same type thumbhole stock. The thumbhole has more of a vertical grip & I've found it to be too heavy and cumbersome for a field rifle. It's a great bench rifle stock tho.
I've attached a pic of my 10/22.

If you are looking for a composite stock, the Hogue would be a perfect for a field/plinking/hunting rifle.

Good luck,

Bruce

http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f232/ch47gunner/P9010001.jpg

Sig357
04-25-2009, 8:47 PM
Nice 10/22! What kind of glass and trigger pack are you using? Is that a custom receiver also? I bet that thing is accurate.

Fieldgun - the Hogue
Benchgun - the thumbhole stock

I have the same type thumbhole stock. The thumbhole has more of a vertical grip & I've found it to be too heavy and cumbersome for a field rifle. It's a great bench rifle stock tho.
I've attached a pic of my 10/22.

If you are looking for a composite stock, the Hogue would be a perfect for a field/plinking/hunting rifle.

Good luck,

Bruce

http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f232/ch47gunner/P9010001.jpg

ch47gunner
04-26-2009, 10:43 PM
Sig357 -

Scope is a Mueller 8.5-25x44 Tactical using Warne Maxima QD rings.

Mostly she's a Volquartsen build, except for the Green Mtn. barrel & Fajen thumbhole target stock.

VQ Ultralite receiver w/ intregral mount.
VQ TG2000 trigger group.
VQ Machined bolt.
VQ buffer, compensator, & bedding kit.

Very accurate - but, still a bench gun.

Bruce

MRpink
04-30-2009, 11:15 AM
Hogue. That barrel is sweeet! :thumbsup:


What's the difference between the Hogue Overmolded Stock vs the factory black synthetic one?

BroncoBob
04-30-2009, 7:00 PM
Dude that is one sick looking 10/22!

Tillers_Rule
04-30-2009, 9:52 PM
Well, when I get the dough I'll have to pick up one of those revolution stocks, they look amazing and feel great as well!

RANDO
05-01-2009, 4:10 AM
that looks like a pricey set-up. do you build on an existing gun and just change/replace parts? or is it bought that way? i dont know much but looks interesting and a lot less expensive to shoot. nice gun i like the blue

Sig357
05-02-2009, 6:47 PM
What's the difference between the Hogue Overmolded Stock vs the factory black synthetic one?

The Hogue stock in the pic is Rubber Overmold, grippy feel, and it is for bull barrels only.

that looks like a pricey set-up. do you build on an existing gun and just change/replace parts? or is it bought that way? i dont know much but looks interesting and a lot less expensive to shoot. nice gun i like the blue

Volquartsen parts are a little pricey, but well worth it IMO. I have built this up little by little over time. It is hella fun to shoot. My next purchase will be a scope with more magnification. When you have something this accurate and you miss your shot, you can't blame the weapon. It has really taught me to pay more attention to my breathing and trigger squeeze.

paintballergb
05-02-2009, 6:50 PM
My next purchase will be a scope with more magnification.


Midway is have a sale on these two that go up to 20x.

http://www.midwayusa.com/epromolisting.exe/showpage?promotionid=255062&utm_source=f_simmons_scope&utm_medium=homepage050109

RANDO
05-02-2009, 8:40 PM
try SFWA.com they have good deals on optics

Sig556
07-14-2009, 8:47 AM
I like them both.

5150Marcelo
07-14-2009, 8:57 AM
I like the Anschultz
http://www.rimfiresports.com/graphics/00000001/BCIA0322L.jpg

Fot
10-18-2009, 5:10 PM
[QUOTE=Sig357;2413590]The Hogue stock in the pic is Rubber Overmold, grippy feel, and it is for bull barrels only.



What is the weight like on the Hogue? I hate the light weight of the stock synthetic stocks (plus that hollow sound).