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My *evil black rifle* that happens to be a ruger 10/22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by BlisteringSilence, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. BlisteringSilence

    BlisteringSilence Member

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    To start off with, don't hate the playa, hate the game. I decided to build this particular rifle for giggles, and it's turned into a great bit of fun. Something a little different from cleaning old springfields and turning them back into parade rifles in Grandpa's basement. Not to mention, it'd really make Hillary piss the bed, and that makes me grin.

    This sucker started life as a stock carbine from Academy.

    It looked just like this:

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    A few parts, and a terrible wait later, it looks like this:

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    And it's principle shooter.

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    Questions? Comments? Statements of appreciation? Statements of disbelief? Gripes or Complaints?

    I apologize in advance for the poor quality of the pictures. My digital camera's on the blink, so I had to resort to iPhone.
     
  2. Bobarino

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    that is one of the sickest, most fantastic looking 10/22's i've ever seen! no gripes or complaints from me but a retractable stock would make it even more eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeviiiiiiiiiiil. great looking rifle!!


    Bobby
     
  3. Prince Yamato

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    Now that you have a sweet looking varmit rifle, you can finally shoot that pesky cat that stepped into your photo!

    Just kidding... it's a good looking rifle. :D
     
  4. chris in va

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    I can't believe you can buy all that stuff for a 10/22. Amazing.
     
  5. BlisteringSilence

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    Bobby,

    I thought about a retractable stock for it, but decided against it. I want the accuracy of a fixed stock, and I've still never really met an adjustable one that I liked.


    Chris,

    To be fair, the only parts on that rifle that are specific to the 10/22 are the reciever assembly, the stock, and the barrel. Everything else is designed for an AR.

    The stock is this:

    Nordic Components

    It takes a standard AR freefloat handguard (one piece only), pistol grip, buttstock, and any accessory that you can stick to a rail.

    This sucker will mainly be thinning my squirrel population, and decimating various cans and fruits. Though, I am looking forward to getting her out on the range. In my experience, she should shoot solid .35" groups out to 50 yards with no problems. The only issue I'd run into beyond that is that the scope is only a 2x aimpoint, and my eyes aren't as good as they once were.
     
  6. madcratebuilder

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    That sure makes a nice looking rifle, I have a box full of AR parts....
     
  7. Bill2e

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    Very Nice, Cheap to shoot too!
     
  8. chupacabrah

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    wow that looks great!

    I might have to add something like this to my "to do" list
     
  9. qwert65

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    Very nice!
     
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    I love the Nordic stuff. I sometimes contemplate rigging my 10/22 that way... but then I add it all up, and realize that for the same price I could buy a new 10/22 AND an AR-15!
     
  11. TheGrimReaper

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    Now that is AWSOME!!! I love it man.
     
  12. Auburn1992

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    Ha, funny, you have a badass rifle... and then a cat:neener:
     
  13. ZombiesAhead

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    Not my cup of tea, but I'm all about making politicians mad. (by the way, I'll bet Barack would be steaming even more than Clinton :what:)
     
  14. Auburn1992

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    Keep the fixed stock don't go collapsible!:barf:
     
  15. Darthbauer

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    About how much was spent to make it look like that? If you dont mind me asking.
     
  16. strat81

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    Won't someone please think of the children!?!?!

    Sweet rifle.
     
  17. 41magsnub

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    That looks both sick and wrong.. well done!
     
  18. jlbraun

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    How accurate is it?
     
  19. xMetal

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    I love it. My brother has a 10/22 and it is a ton of fun to shoot. I thought about getting one and doing something similar, but ultimately got lazy and just bought an AR. :)

    Nice work though, that's a great looking little rifle. It'll be good for fending off the zombie squirrels.
     
  20. Mr White

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    That looks like the kind of rifle that could kill puppies, kittens, bunnies, babies and nuns just with looks alone!

    Is there anything from the original 10/22 still left on the gun?

    I AM thinking of the children. My youngest child in particular would LOVE that gun. He turns 12 in November, I should probably start building mine now.
     
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    Pretty wild. You can get a bullpup setup and even a MG42 disguise for your 10/22. You definitely have a one of a kind there. kudos.
     
  23. BlazingAngel01

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    That looks great and your Cat looks really mad.
     
  24. vzenmn

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    Just Great!

    Yet another evil rifle with no other purpose other to stain the streets with the blood of innocent dogs by the paws of a barbaric feline.

    PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD THINK ABOUT THE PUPPIES?









    That is the best looking Evil Black Wabbit Rifle I've seen. I hope it shoots as good as it looks.
     
  25. jhco

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    very cool i want to get an mp5 kit for mine
     
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