This is a long overdue video review.
Been saying I’m going to build a 10-22 clone for a while, maybe this year I’ll finally get to it.
Yep, my wife purchased a takedown for me. I added the Magpul Backpacker stock and a Williams peep with a rail.
I really like that stock.
My Ruger 10/22 pistol (on top vs. my AR-15 on bottom)… yep… still considered a pistol.
I like the way they have the same length from my shoulder to the grip, trigger, and optic.
And the cool configurations just keep on coming!
@Jperr Cool looking laminate on that stock.
Is that Boyds Forest Camo Laminate?
It is gorgeous at any regard. Thought long and hard about my Pepper that is incoming, and Forest Camo was very intriguing, but I was scared to try since they couldn’t render it onto my stock.
No, not a Boyds. The company is called Revolution Gun Stocks. The model I got is called the “extreme takedown stock”. I think they do have a forest color in that line up, but not 100 % on that. Check out their website. It does make the gun feel much better too. Can’t speak to the Boyds, but this one is quality. Not inexpensive, but the quality is there.
I have a 10/22 Carbine that sat wrapped in a rifle sock in my garage attic for a couple of decades. I took it out cleaned it up, had the barrel borescoped to ensure it is safe, added an extended magazine release a scope and a tripod and it still shoots like a new weapon! I love it! I use it just for plinking at the range.
I have 3, one is a '72 that until recently was bone stock. I put a set of NoDak Spud sights on it which is almost as good as putting on a scope. My “tack driver” is a Target Model that’s mostly stock internally save for an auto bolt release. I dropped it into a Magpul stock.
Just curious…was there a reason for your 10/22 to be wrapped in a rifle sock in my garage attic for a couple of decades? None of my business really. Just curious.
No problem. The other things in life; career, raising 2 kids through college graduation, keeping up the house and the lawn etc. Thought it was just time to get back into an old hobby!