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Old 07-20-2018, 3:22 PM
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Default BRN-22 - finally a cheap 10/22 receiver

I messed up my 10/22 receiver a year ago because I messed up while trying to remove some stripped screws, and sold it to someone who wanted it for a bullpup build.

One thing that struck me as odd was how expensive the aftermarket options for 10/22 receivers were. Some of them don't even add that much to the design, but cost as much as two new rifles.

Well recently I found out Brownells got into the 10/22 receiver game, and the price is very reasonable. $80 for a receiver, and $90 for one with an integrated rail. It looks like a regular 10/22 receiver except it has a hole in the back so you can clean from the chamber end and avoid damaging the crown.

I think this is going to get me back on the 10/22 train. There's no laws against shipping stripped rifle receivers right? I know there is against handgun receivers, but I think that's because of the roster.

Also, what do people think of the integrated rail vs one with slots for an attached rail? I like a nice rear peep sight which would be hard to get with an integrated rail and no mounting screws, but integrated rails are much more solid for mounting scopes, and I'm young so I can still make do with barrel-mounted rifle sights. What do other people prefer?
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Old 07-20-2018, 3:28 PM
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It's considered a full firearm I believe when I was looking for a 10/22 receiver. So the FFL receiving it will charge an out if state fee.

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Old 07-21-2018, 8:52 AM
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There's no laws against shipping stripped rifle receivers right? I know there is against handgun receivers, but I think that's because of the roster.
Must be shipped to FFL. But perfectly legal. Check that the FFL is willing to accept shipment and perform the transfer.
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