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Old 02-15-2013, 3:22 PM
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Starting a 10-22 build. I was inspired by the photo section (KING PALM) and realized a .22 can be cool too. So far the parts list is as follows:

New 10-22 bought from Uncle in law: $150
Houge Over-molded OD Green Stock for .920: $76 (amazon)
Volquartsen RUT Extractor: $14
10/22 Bolt Handle by KIDD: $34

I'm waiting on the Tacsol Barrel for when they come in stock. I'll be doing some polishing and such as well. Any feedback is great, parts you think I should get and why.

Polish Bolt
Bolt buffer
Allen head take down bolt
Tacsol mag release
Volqursten trigger kit
Christie's auto bolt release
American tactical one peice scope mount
Nikon prostaff 22 1-9 scope
Harris bi-pod

Technically this will be for my wife and son to shoot, but who knows. Will post pics of progress...
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Old 02-15-2013, 3:23 PM
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Nice, sounds cool!!! tacti---cool!!!
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CPC or Ques Boltwork is nice too! Made a big difference on mine! I have some VQ Trigger parts if your interested. Hammer/Sear & Disconnector.
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I am interested in trigger parts, let me know what you have in a PM. Checking on QUES bolt work now.
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Sounds like a cool build. Check out JHW Custom bolts. They have I quality bolts with cool engraving. http://jwhcustom.com/
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Looks like QUES is out of the business for a while. I wonder if any CA guys do the bolt work?
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Old 02-15-2013, 4:06 PM
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You might consider CPC. http://community-2.webtv.net/RandyAt...022BoltRework/ Not in Ca. though.
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I would recommend looking into KIDD parts as well.
https://www.kiddinnovativedesign.com/
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Looks like QUES is out of the business for a while. I wonder if any CA guys do the bolt work?
Yikes, my prayers go out to his family and him. Turnaround according to his site is about 2 weeks. He's located out of AL.

CPC is out of CT.
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Kidd innovations is excellent. Bought one of the complete bolts and charging handles. Thing of beauty!
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Do I have to get anything for the barrel/stock? Like a v-block or something?
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Starting a 10-22 build. I was inspired by the photo section (KING PALM) and realized a .22 can be cool too.
Uh, yeah!

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Kidd innovations is excellent. Bought one of the complete bolts and charging handles. Thing of beauty!
^^This!

I have a polished/scalloped and its a work of art! Get the CH complete or at least the guide rod set w/3 springs. A big difference in smoothness.

Back on point, use the v-block already on your rifle. Will work fine. Post pics along the way!

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Looks like QUES is out of the business for a while. I wonder if any CA guys do the bolt work?
When did this happen? I got a bolt back from him a couple of weeks ago.
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Im a big fan of the BSA Sweet 22 scope for the 10/22...
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3-9? Not a bad scope put it on my Henry Pump should do fine on a 10-22

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I've built several 10/22 using Rimfire tech parts, bolts from Que, Beyer barrels, and triggers from Clark customs. Had no issues, they are fun to build
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Well:
I got the Tactical Solutions barrel on
OD Houge Stock,
Harris Bi-Pod,
Volquartsen Auto Bolt release,
KIDD Charging Handle,
Rail, ...
I have a Burrris Fastfire 3 on order so I will be shooting the rifle with a red dot for a bit. Sooner or later I will get a scope. I think I am going to get the KIDD single stage trigger w/ the spring kit they have as well as the bolt buffer. I am going to wait to have any work done on the bolt until QUE is back. I have the Volquartsen extractor that I'll get installed as soon as the bolt work is done. Overall the rifle is looking pretty sweet. No chance to shoot it yet, very little if any .22lr around here in Long Beach.

Am I missing anything? How much could I sell the wood stock (perfect condition) and stock barrel for?
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Bolt Buffer
Polished Bolt
Power Custom Rail
Reworked Power Custom Hammer
Green Mountain 16.5" Fluted Barrel
DYI Work:
Trigger with Overtravel Screw
Auto Bolt Release
Polished plunger
Auto Mag Release
Barracuda Stock - hand shaped and finished
Ruger 1022 Magnum Charging Handle change out.
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Bolt Buffer
Polished Bolt
Power Custom Rail
Reworked Power Custom Hammer
Green Mountain 16.5" Fluted Barrel
DYI Work:
Trigger with Overtravel Screw
Auto Bolt Release
Polished plunger
Auto Mag Release
Barracuda Stock - hand shaped and finished
Ruger 1022 Magnum Charging Handle change out.
Yotemans jumpin' in on Bens thread, lol. We all do it. Nice hand finished 'cuda, looks great. I have a Raptor with a GM 16.5 Fluted SS, Jeweled/Radiused/Headspaced Bolt, working very well!
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New 10-22 bought from Uncle in law: $150
Houge Over-molded OD Green Stock for .920: $76 (amazon)
Volquartsen RUT Extractor: $14
10/22 Bolt Handle by KIDD: $34

I'm waiting on the Tacsol Barrel for when they come in stock. I'll be doing some polishing and such as well. Any feedback is great, parts you think I should get and why.

Polish Bolt
Bolt buffer
Allen head take down bolt
Tacsol mag release
Volqursten trigger kit
Christie's auto bolt release
American tactical one peice scope mount
Nikon prostaff 22 1-9 scope
Harris bi-pod

Technically this will be for my wife and son to shoot, but who knows. Will post pics of progress...
is the tacsol barrel .920? if it is, i would toss the hogue and go with a boyd's tacticool. it's 20$ or so more.
For the trigger, i would go with Kidd's trigger group. Clean, consistent 1.75# trigger pull and comes assembled and adjusted. Just drop it right in.
Toss the auto bolt release and dremel it yourself. Does the same thing for free.
Kidd's bolt buffer has a lifetime warranty so if it wears out, they'll replace it free of charge.
You can send your bolt out to one of many reputable 10/22 smiths to clean up the bolt and do their magic to it, but for about 40$ more, you can get a brand new kidd bolt with all the fixings plus you have an extra bolt in the bag in case you want to sell your 10/22.
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No apologies Yote, always like a cool rifle for inspiration. I just ordered the KIDD single stage trigger w/ spring kit and the bolt buffer. I am going on a hunch that the Fastfire will be a great optic for what I am building (tactical lightweight shooter out to 50 yards. I'm thinking maybe I should get a scope too... money is starting to run out for this project though. Any thought rimfire folks?
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No apologies Yote, always like a cool rifle for inspiration. I just ordered the KIDD single stage trigger w/ spring kit and the bolt buffer. I am going on a hunch that the Fastfire will be a great optic for what I am building (tactical lightweight shooter out to 50 yards. I'm thinking maybe I should get a scope too... money is starting to run out for this project though. Any thought rimfire folks?
What is your goal for this project? Even at 20 yards, I'd say a decent scope is better than a red dot. Unless you plan on using your 10/22 as a CQB rifle.
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What is your goal for this project? Even at 20 yards, I'd say a decent scope is better than a red dot. Unless you plan on using your 10/22 as a CQB rifle.
BenjaminCA, I agree with Paperchasin! There's real advantages to a scope and plenty of moderately priced ones. You seem to be spending the money prudently. Building it is half the fun!
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Is a $100 scope going to be worth the money or is it time to spend more? I really like the idea of a red dot, and I'll use it on my AR too. But maybe its time to start shopping some more...
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Since YOU are the one that matters here then here's a Red Dot I have on my MKII pistols and it doesn't break the bank...especially now......... it's on sale!

As to a suitable scope for your project there's plenty in that $$$ neighborhood or slightly north.
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Here are some pictures to show you guys what I have so far,







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BenjaminCA, Congrats!!!!! Very clean looking! Scope that mutha!
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Nice build!

Toss a Mueller APV on there. A bit over your $100, but well worth it. Nice scope for the $$.

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Great build, looks sweet, congrats, show us some of ur groups! You got me wanting another 22 rifle
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Thanks for the feedback gang! Which APV should I be looking for?
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Try This! It's a favorite of many with similar set ups to yours.

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Or This! I've had the older version of this one which 10 years ago came in at $105.00 with adjustable Objective. I'm totally happy with mine but know that Simmons has changed hands a couple of times since then.
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Nice build!

Toss a Mueller APV on there. A bit over your $100, but well worth it. Nice scope for the $$.

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Try This! It's a favorite of many with similar set ups to yours.
Yup, that's the one. Cross hairs a little fat and a long scope but AO down to 10~15 yds. Good solid value scope.

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Mueller APV or a Nikon Rimfire BDC. Red dots suck, you'll find out when you try to hunt with it.
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10-4 on the red dot. Now I'm looking at scopes, I'll toss the red dot on my Addax Dissy, I'm thinking either the Mueller APV or the Nikon Prostaff Rimfire. Anyone know of some scope rings that work well but wont kill the pocketbook? I am thinking medium height, right? To be honest with you guys I have never owned a rifle/scope before. Everything has been red dot and Iron sights. I think the Mueller can be mounted on my AR too, that would be nice. Anyway, Thanks again for the feedback guys. I imagine I could post on Rimfire Central but I enjoy the calguns crowd.
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I finally got the KIDD single stage trigger and the bolt buffer. I installed them both and boy what a piece of work! First off, the KIDD trigger was shipped super fast, they obviously know how gun people have zero patience. I watched a few YouTube videos on the ins and outs of these triggers, read the instructions and dove right in. Only think I did wrong was forget to place the spring on the auto bolt release. Once I got that figured out I was done in about 5-6 minutes. The one pound spring was very light and felt awesome. You just had to breath on it and the thing goes. I opted for the spring package so I dropped in the 2 1/4lb trigger for great results. I am very happy with this trigger and would recommend it to anyone who likes themselves a good single stage trigger. KIDD is a stand up company, give them your business.
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Anyone know of some scope rings that work well but wont kill the pocketbook? I am thinking medium height, right? To be honest with you guys I have never owned a rifle/scope before.
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