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Here's what went into my new rifle.

ghille tan stock
http://www.tacticalsol.com/index.ph...e.tpl&Itemid=62&category_id=18&product_id=192

matte black threaded barrel
http://www.tacticalsol.com/index.ph...e.tpl&Itemid=62&category_id=22&product_id=127

ext mag release in matte black
http://www.tacticalsol.com/products...page=flypage.tpl&product_id=75&category_id=18

scope base in matte black
http://www.tacticalsol.com/products...page=flypage.tpl&product_id=47&category_id=18

quick detach scope rings in matte black
http://www.tacticalsol.com/products...page=flypage.tpl&product_id=48&category_id=18

Simmons 3-9x40 scope, part # 800878

The build cannibalizes a receiver off an old 10/22 rifle the dealer had in stock. Fortunately, they had one with a matte black finish that looks great with the matte black Tactical Solutions parts. I have the original 10/22 barrel and wood stock in my garage closet. At some point I will attempt to sell them for whatever I can get to recoup some of my expense.



Sorry, the pic kind of sucks but I still haven't figured out how to take quality pics of long guns.
 

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Nice looking 22 my friend. Makes me jealous. Hows it shoot?
 

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Nice looking 22
 

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Very nice!

What kind of money are talking about!

I want only One Like That!

Great Build!
I guess I should admit I didn't actually build it myself. One of the guys at my local shop built it for me. They built one to sell. I went back to purchase it and it had sold already ... a couple of hours before I got there. I asked him to build me another one and we did pretty much the same as he had done before with a minor change here and there. He built two. While I was in picking up mine ( a couple of hours after he completed them ) the other one sold. People are pretty happy with this setup it seems.

I think they had $599 on the sticker. I can't recall exactly ( I didn't pay full sticker ) but it wasn't too far off of that. I added the QD scope rings and scope myself after the fact. That cost me another $75 total.
 

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When you sell me this at a discounted rate, I'll have to spray paint my CAN to match it! :)
 

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I finally had the opportunity to sight this in a couple of weekends ago. I was on the 50yd pistol range at my local club so that's all I could do for now. I prob won't bother stretching out the zero to 100yd but will shot it some at that distance just to see what kind of adjustments I will need to make to my POA if I decide to shoot it from that distance.

I zero'd it with the suppressor attached and then tested it with several different brands of ammo to make sure all still held a decent enough group. It was all acceptable enough for my purposes ... shooting paper and the occasional pumplin. lol.

I love this little gun. I forgot my Harris telespopic bi-pod when I took it out so had to use the blocks that were already on the bench. I put the bi-pod on when I got home. I will prob add a sling at some point ... just because. I also need to pick up some add'l mags.
 

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I can see that we have similar interests. I put this thing together years ago and I can't even remember all the parts.... Powers, Volq-blah-blah. It's a lot of fun to shoot and you can keep everything in the size of a dime at 50yds all day long. The wind has it's affects at 100yds, but it's still fun to stretch it out. I once read an article that said the IDF uses a similar set up for riot situations. The precision of a shoulder or thigh shot was less harmful than rubber bullets. In any case, it was an inexpensive project that is cheap to shoot and loads of fun. (Cheap = a friend of mine that became a convicted felon gave me the base rifle when he could no longer possess guns.)

 

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Both are certainly nice set-ups, but holy crap Ted, that scope looks longer than my whole 597VTR. You should be able to determine whether or not the varmint has an STD with that bad boy.
 

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While I certainly appreciate all the nice comments about my hhhuuuugggge scope, I have to admit a lot of it is sunshade. Please.... don't tell the girls.
 
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