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Old 02-12-2009, 2:44 PM
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Default SOLD Ruger 10/22 w/ Kidd trigger, Hogue stock, GM barrel, Ruger bag

SOLD Fully tricked out 10/22. Will sell for $550, or will trade for a Glock 34, ACOG, Borwning Buckmark, AR15 lower w/ A2 butstock, or possibly a Ruger 22lr pistol (+/- cash either way to make a fair deal).

My Ruger 10/22 has an OD green Hogue stock, absolutely amazing Kidd trigger group w/ red trigger, after market extractor, after market buffer, after market scope rail, 16 Green Mt flueted bull barrel w/ fiber optic back up sights, and ruger carry bag. (Bipod, scope, larue scope mount NOT included)

This 10/22 has the Kidd trigger group which is an adjustable 2 stage $290.00 trigger. The second stage of the trigger is set at 1 pound. It, along with the bull barrel, makes for a sub-moa shooter. I have hit bugs that landed on my target at 100 yards
More info on the trigger; http://www.coolguyguns.com/8trigger.html

It is in great shape with less than 400 rounds through it. The scope rail has a mark or two and the hogue stock has a divit from a hot shell (see photo)

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http://mattlittell.smugmug.com/galle...72574905_NyKe6

Thanks for looking
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Old 02-12-2009, 2:58 PM
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too bad you don't want to sell it. Very small market out there of G34's in OD...AND would be interested in that particular 10/22.

if you do reconsider selling, i'd be interested possibly (depending on $$ of course).

bump, GL w/sale
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nice 22. Good luck.
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Old 02-12-2009, 6:50 PM
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too bad you don't want to sell it. Very small market out there of G34's in OD...AND would be interested in that particular 10/22.

if you do reconsider selling, i'd be interested possibly (depending on $$ of course).

bump, GL w/sale
2nd on price
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Well I love me some 10/22's so you know you have a nice rifle there...

Hey saw that house all jacked up in Sierra Madre... Where is that?


Can you Pm me what the owner is asking for that thing? Looks to need TONS of work but isnt that a mountain range?
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Old 02-13-2009, 6:53 AM
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Updated w/ more photos and a sale price
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Added a ruger bag to the sale, also added additional trades.
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