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Old 01-31-2013, 07:20 PM
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i think this is exactly what we need for the 10/22 TD no pistol grips taking up unnecessary room. if a company could do this out of polymer to save weight the wood does look gorgeous. and the price was lower no offense to the guy hes doing one off custom jobs.






http://www.ebay.com/itm/ruger-10-22-...p2047675.l2557
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:21 PM
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or have it be like an ak underfolder or keltec su16
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I love wooden stocks. And I have wanted a Takedown since they came out.
Now I just need one and I'll be good to go. I would probably pay $200 for that, (Ducking from the flaming about to happen) but would buy a Timney trigger group first.
Old 01-31-2013, 07:31 PM
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i could probably do $150 but $200 is the price of a new standard 10/22
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300$ that would be damn near 700$ for a ruger 10/22.i love them but that is insane.
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Here's a $99 solution:
http://www.agparms.com/agp-folding-s...0-22-takedown/
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Yeah but now there's a unnecessary pistol grip taking up room in your bag
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i contacted the person making these and had him make me a set the wait was roughly one month but worth it. cost was $150+$12 shipping i love it is a rock solid lockup at the rear takedown. my only compliant is its .4lbs heavier but theres nothing he could do about that as its made of wood. if you have any questions feel free to ask.

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im trying to figure out the best way to mount a QD sling
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Guys try getting the butler creek folder and with a dremel tool you can make it work in just a few min........youtube has one on there.....all for under a bill if you shop around.
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Guys try getting the butler creek folder and with a dremel tool you can make it work in just a few min........youtube has one on there.....all for under a bill if you shop around.
I did this and sold it for two reasons first thg rear receiver lifts up and I couldn't find a good way to secure its. Secondly it has a unnecessary pistol grip taking up room.
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Neat idea and thanks for sharing the detailed photos. It appears that you have a very small package with this set up. A few questions if I may...

1. I was wondering if you could list the measurements of all 3 pieces when they are broke down please?

2. Is the person making these considering making them out of synthetic stocks?

3. While .4 lbs is not all that much, I have an idea that may reduce it as well as reduce the OAL. Have the bbl cut down to the 16in mark with ability to re-install the front sight. Other than additional funds, this might be a double win for what your wanting to achieve?

4. Still working on the QD sling idea myself. If you have any ideas I'm interested.

5. Are those Tech sights on your 10-22, or another type?

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1. barrel 18 3/4"........receiver section 12 1/2"....... butt stock 8"

2. he modifies existing wood 10/22 stock and there would be no "meat" for the butt stock for a synthetic one cause there hollow so i dont think its possible.

3. i am already in the process of having the barrel cut crowned and sight moved back! but its only 2" of barrel i dont think it will be .4lbs

4. ill update this post once i figure out what im doing for my sling

5. yup tech sights i wanted to keep this project small and light weight so a scope was out i love them so far
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lol...I guess if you enjoy throwing away money...

the barrel is the limiting factor, if your SBR'ing it and REALLY want that uber small package then fine but with that setup, you still have to have a bag long enough to encase the barrel...you are in essence not making the total package any smaller. I personally dont care much for these "pack" rifles since they dont fit in my prep plan, my 702 plinkster breaks down plenty small enough to fit in my pack or BO-box so there is no way that Im dropping $400 just to have the "latest and greatest".
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lol...I guess if you enjoy throwing away money...

the barrel is the limiting factor, if your SBR'ing it and REALLY want that uber small package then fine but with that setup, you still have to have a bag long enough to encase the barrel...you are in essence not making the total package any smaller. I personally dont care much for these "pack" rifles since they dont fit in my prep plan, my 702 plinkster breaks down plenty small enough to fit in my pack or BO-box so there is no way that Im dropping $400 just to have the "latest and greatest".
You dont care for pack rifles even thou your rifle breaks down and fits in your pack?

Gotcha

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1. barrel 18 3/4"........receiver section 12 1/2"....... butt stock 8"

2. he modifies existing wood 10/22 stock and there would be no "meat" for the butt stock for a synthetic one cause there hollow so i dont think its possible.

3. i am already in the process of having the barrel cut crowned and sight moved back! but its only 2" of barrel i dont think it will be .4lbs

4. ill update this post once i figure out what im doing for my sling

5. yup tech sights i wanted to keep this project small and light weight so a scope was out i love them so far
Interesting. I was thinking the same regarding the 2in bbl cut and ounces shaved.

This is similar to a project I am working on (off and on)

So far, my trial runs with the hollow synthetics havent met my restrictions, as additional "meat" that I installed failed. I'm out about 50 cents or so.

Wood seems the way to go for obvious reasons.

I had a bbl done up similar to your bbl, and had them thread it to boot. ( Cans are legal in my neck of the woods)

Oh well....work in progress.

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You dont care for pack rifles even thou your rifle breaks down and fits in your pack?

Gotcha

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sorry for the confusion;

I don't care for the dedicated pack rifles; IE Ruger take-down, Marlin Papoose...

My comment about my rifle breaking down was to illustrate the point that my $100 rifle gets the job done just fine.

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sorry for the confusion;

I don't care for the dedicated pack rifles; IE Ruger take-down, Marlin Papoose...

My comment about my rifle breaking down was to illustrate the point that my $100 rifle gets the job done just fine.

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OK. I'm trackin with you now.

Me and mine are "10-22 heavy", and have additional uses for said rifles.

Discreet carry
M14/M1A "training"
cache options ( Primary reason why this thread is interesting to me)
Dedicated "can" rimfires along with the optimum ammo for this purpose.
Available space for various loadout plans


The list goes on.

An underlining thought behind the 10-22 takedown for me and mine is this:
Rapid assembly/dissassembly of a familar (to my clan) weapon system, under any type of weather conditions, day or night. Other factors such as ability to interchange magazines with one another leads to sticking with one type of rimfire delivery system rather than multiple types.

Again, the list goes on here.

The 702 does not currently fit into our plans, because the 100 dollar rimfire could not meet our requirements

But I am happy that the 702 works for you

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lol...I guess if you enjoy throwing away money...

the barrel is the limiting factor, if your SBR'ing it and REALLY want that uber small package then fine but with that setup, you still have to have a bag long enough to encase the barrel...you are in essence not making the total package any smaller. I personally dont care much for these "pack" rifles since they dont fit in my prep plan, my 702 plinkster breaks down plenty small enough to fit in my pack or BO-box so there is no way that Im dropping $400 just to have the "latest and greatest".
im actually a cheap bastard but i couldn't help myself this time.
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