This may work out afterall For the ultimate ease of improving the factory trigger, Ruger now offers a drop-in trigger pack that is adjustable in the 3 to 5 pound range. The only part of their body touching the rifle is the tip of their trigger finger. Richards leaves their stocks a little rougher like maybe grit so there is enough wood you can make the grip etc a little larger or change the shape some to your liking. Or just glass bed the rifle.
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The barrel is probably the easiest component to replace after the stock. I have a marlin rackdriver action that has been used and abused and hardly ever cleaned after having 3 generations of kids put the muzzle in the dirt.
As someone has already said, you can only shoot as good as you can see. Test fired it and was very pleased with the comfort and fit of the stock.
Those two mods will give you a lot of Bang for your Buck! Richards seems to have improved their quality processes.
Customizing the Ruger 10/22
None of the horror stories of I’ve heard in the past. That’s what I’m talking about.
I’ll keep the federal for my spikes, really good point. It would tackdrivfr that adding the brake actually increases the sound level forward of the muzzle, but behind the gun the report was reduced to a level where I would feel comfortable not using ear plugs.
That ol son of a gun is deadly accurate.
I have a couple of their seconds for the rollover walnut and the inletting was spot on. Build Tackdrlver Feddersen But I’d be interested in hearing if anyone has tried any of the DIY stuff.
Building tack driver – Forums
I still don’t understand why they provide thumb tacks to secure targets on the cardboard I have read the posts on Richards stocks and am not real happy with what has been said about them, finish and delivery time. The brake is heavy especially for a 22 and I would not use it on all builds, but in this specific build it works well. It’s not for competition, just for fun, and the ability to hit random objects for no other reason than to hit them.
Using a smartphone app, I did some informal noise testing. I polished the heck out of the trigger surfaces and shimmed it and the hammer, disconnector to eliminate side play.
The only drawback is that the silencer is devoted to the barrel and cannot be shared among other rim fire firearms.
Richards Tack-Driver stock f/10/22 – Forums
I turned in scores that rivaled custom built rimfire benchrest rifles with this.
We recommend starting with about 80 grit sandpaper, and working your way up to to grit prior to finishing. According to many who have had this done, a Nemo reworked barrel will shoot right up there with the big name aftermarket barrels. Only minor fitting needed.
I choose the Oh and this is all done using cheap Federal ammo. The only part of their body touching the rifle is the tip of their trigger finger. Feddersen barrels are not picky about ammo either, unlike most match barrels.
Any input would be appreciated. I’d slightly revise that to say that you can only shoot as good as you can aim.
Build Review: Custom 10/22 Long Range Tack Driver
Has anyone bought this stock and if so how was the fit and how much work inletting and sanding? Finally, 110/22 have to decide if you’re going to “hold” the rifle when you shoot, or just touch the trigger and allow the rifle to recoil freely. They do top notch work.