Seems that way anyway but I'm having a ball with it. I'm a hermit that works from home anyway and my wife is always home so I can't really use corona-induced cabin fever as an excuse. It started with the idea of converting my Nordic Charger into the precision rifle I always wanted to put together. At first I just slapped it together with the barrel off another rifle, a Vortex Razor 5-20x and AR parts I had laying around. It was a boat anchor at nearly 13lbs so I got a little more deliberate and shaved 2lbs off of it with a new threaded KIDD barrel, free float tube and Magpul PRS buttstock. From this: To this: Now this: From there I traded my CZ 452FS for two more rifles, for a total of eight 10/22's. Always wanted a nice walnut sporter so I got one that I'd been eyeballing at the local shop with some nice wood and also a synthetic carbine with the 18" matte finished clean barrel. Immediately swapped the barreled actions and added a KIDD bolt to the walnut sporter, along with a Bushnell AR 3-12x that I picked up used. It's showing some real promise with Norma subsonics, maybe do a half inch at 50yds with some tuning. I love the way this rifle is turning out. The soft matte finish and black KIDD bolt look great but it'll probably get a less tactical looking scope like the Burris rimfire 2-7x. Been doing a crapload of scope/parts swapping over the last week or so. On the synthetic carbine, I installed a Nodak rail with integral peep sight, Tech Sights front sight and SIG Romeo4 red dot. Next will come trigger work but the two new guns have serviceable 4lb factory triggers. I also ended up reconfiguring three 10/22's I already had. One of them is now an SR22, put together with the parts kit I'd completely forgotten about and found while looking for something else, along with a 16" Tactical Inc threaded barrel that was also gathering dust. Onto it went the Ruger flip sights, Magpul grip and Primary Arms micro red dot from the Nordic Charger. Not sure it'll stay this way as I really have my olive drab tactical setup right. Plus it's lighter. The takedown wears a Nodak rail/sight and TS front and I must've stolen its red dot a while ago because it used to wear one. The stainless Charger has all Power Custom innards and an old Tasco ProClass 6x but to me is useless as a handgun. It'll either become a braced Nordic or a stainless sporter. Left untouched is my olive drab tactical and unfinished is what used to be my only "ultiimate" with Nodak receiver, KIDD trigger and Clark mid-weight barrel. It has a new french walnut stock and Leupold 3-9x on the way. Currently has a birch sporter I picked up for forty bucks. Snapped this thinking I could use the wall of my shop as a background for a group shot.