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10/22 w/can

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by CDignition, Aug 6, 2007.

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  1. CDignition

    CDignition Member

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    I got my can today so I snapped some pics.

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  2. yongxingfreesty

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    i like it, love the stock.
     
  3. Dgindlesperger

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    That is so SWEEEEET, I want one!!!!!!
     
  4. goldshlagerxx

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    Nice!! That's quite the scope for a .22! Where did you get the barrel and are you satisfied with the accuracy? I've been running one of the cheap tactical inc 1/2-28 barrels and am unsatisfied w/ the accuracy, I think I may need to upgrade...
     
  5. brentn

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    That is one CRAZY looking scope! What are all the dials for? obviously left and right, up and down adjustments, but what does the one on the rear of scope serve to do? Why is the front of the scope so deep? is that an attachment for better magnification?

    Finally, how did the supressor attach? it looks like a special tip that you fastened onto the barrel without threads, then the tip had a thread for the can?
     
  6. yongxingfreesty

    yongxingfreesty Member

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    what kind of scope is that?
     
  7. taliv

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    i can't tell, but my money is on barska, and the rear knob is to adjust the illuminated reticle
     
  8. chris in va

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    Looks like you could take out a rabbit at 1000 yards with that thing...and the neighbors would never know it.

    :D
     
  9. CDignition

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    It is a Leupold Mark 4 3.4x10. It has a sunshade on it, the rear knob is for Lit Reticle.

    I have been pleased so far..VQ makes this barrel with a comp on it, so you just get an adaptor and thread the can on.. quick and easy.
     
  10. The Deer Hunter

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    Does it make any noise at all?

    I can imagine that would be fun off the back porch:)
     
  11. fletcher

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    WTB :(

    A suppressed .22 is on my "must have" list sometime in my life.
     
  12. DoubleTapDrew

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    I'm jealous! I got a threaded barrel on mine in hopes of someday getting one. What type of can is that?
    Did you select the stock so that it would camoflage so nicely with your coffee table? :D
     
  13. f4t9r

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    thats a nice 22 you got, I like it
     
  14. waterhouse

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    Which can did you get? My CZ 452 should be back from its trip to the threader in about a week. Can't wait to shoot it.
     
  15. CDignition

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    It is a Gemtech Outback II Cheap and easy..:)
     
  16. The Deer Hunter

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    I imagine the only thing funner than that would be a full auto .22 with a can.

    :D:D:D
     
  17. Outlaws

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    So is that a factory Ruger receiver or a VQ? What kind of trigger?

    If you haven't got any lens covers for your scope yet, the threaded Leupold are nice, but the Leupold flip ups are awesome.
     
  18. CDignition

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    It is a factory Ruger receiver. I did the trigger and added a VQ hammer and spring kit. Also extended Mag release, and bolt hold open lever.
     
  19. Hero Gear

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    Nice rig.
     
  20. Houston Tom

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    great looking rig
     
  21. 1 old 0311

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    You did good!:D
     
  22. tallpaul

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    Nice! What stock is that?
     
  23. CDignition

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    FA Enterprises.
     
  24. tracks21

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    Great Rifle! First time I have ever seen a Leupold Mark 4 3.4x10 on a 10/22, but if you have that kind of glass laying around why not.
     
  25. Stover954rr

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    I would hate to ask, but how much do you have into the gun less the scope and suppressor (how much was the can?)
    Thanks
    Russ
     
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