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Old 01-07-2013, 02:44 PM   #2476
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No ****. I might have to do that when I get the ambition to install my new mag release.
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Old 01-07-2013, 02:47 PM   #2477
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My BX-25 mags worked well yesterday; maybe I got lucky.

BUT: Can one of you please share this bolt lock mod/replacement with my 10/22 newb ass? Holy mother of **** is that thing frustrating. I knew I'd be in for a hard time when I watched Hickok45 fiddling with his in a video..."I still don't have the hang of this bolt release thing". And he's had his 10/22 for 25 years!
I hate you.

I bought this:

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/688...er-10-22-black

And then watched this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=BZQbcxAC3Wk

Took 10 minutes, tops.
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:06 PM   #2478
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IMO, you get used to it. I've had mine for near 20 years and its almost 2nd nature. I will agree it is a bit unintuitive at first. Its something that kind of grows on you and becomes humorous watching uninitiated people fumble with it.
I'll mess with it a bit more. Maybe I'll get used to it. But if not...

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...those^ seem like easy enough solutions.

Thanks fellas.
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:11 PM   #2479
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I for some reason need a total of 3 10/22's now.

Two of them are going in this:
http://www.cabelas.com/10-22-accesso...un-kit-1.shtml

And one of them is going in this:
http://www.hightowerarmory.com/Produ...ode=HTA9022BLK

and I don't know why I want these. I don't need them but dammit I want them so baaaadd!
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:19 PM   #2480
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I for some reason need a total of 3 10/22's now.

Two of them are going in this:
http://www.cabelas.com/10-22-accesso...un-kit-1.shtml

And one of them is going in this:
http://www.hightowerarmory.com/Produ...ode=HTA9022BLK

and I don't know why I want these. I don't need them but dammit I want them so baaaadd!
What you really want is this:

http://fostechoutdoors.com/shop/inde...uct_detail&p=5

Oh, no... now you need 4.

You need to have a plinker and a target shooter as well. Do 10/22s come in a 6-pack?
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:21 PM   #2481
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What you really want is this:

http://fostechoutdoors.com/shop/inde...uct_detail&p=5

Oh, no... now you need 4.

You need to have a plinker and a target shooter as well. Do 10/22s come in a 6-pack?
****.
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:25 PM   #2482
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700 bucks? For what?!?

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Old 01-07-2013, 03:44 PM   #2483
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Major Glock announcement??
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Glock stated on their Facebook page that they will have “BIG news” next week. Now in marketing-speak that could be something completely uninteresting…or it could be a great new product people have actually been wanting from Glock. Here are a few of the possibilities:

Single Stack 9mm/.40 S&W – Many Glock fans have been clamoring for a thin, single stack 9mm (and/or .40 S&W) pistol for concealed carry and back up roles. To date, the company has ignored these pleas. It seems that Glock is one of the last companies not to bring such a gun to market.

I would envision two “sizes” of single stack guns: a G19 and a G26 size. This would cover the compact and subcompact markets. Also, the magazines and certain other parts could interchange between the two size pistols.

A single stack 9mm is my first choice on something cool that Glock could announce. I would argue that Glock is very conservative about introducing new models or changes in the line up. Others may disagree, but if you take the Gen 4 guns, Glock only added interchangeable grips after the rest of the industry had largely moved to them. It is possible that “Glock Perfection” is as much of a trap as it is a catchy slogan.

As a Glock fan, I hope this is the big announcement. I could use a single-stack Glock 19.

Pistol Caliber Carbine – Although I think this ship sailed more than a decade ago, there is still a market for a handy carbine that would use the company’s pistol magazines. If you don’t believe me, just as Kel-Tec. They can hardly keep the SUB-2000 carbines in stock in my area.

While the SUB-2000 is nice, it does have a variety of flaws I don’t care for. If “Big G” came out with their own carbine, but with improved ergonomics and a recoil operated action (not blowback), I’d buy one immediately.

GAR-15 – The GAR-15 (Glock’s American Rifle – not the needle fish with the sharp, pointy teeth) would be an instant best seller in today’s market. If you make any kind of AR-style rifle, it will sell. Granted, Glock could make something with a super-tough polymer receiver and an awesome look, but they would not need to.

Magpul-type Accessories – There is money in making and selling guns. There is A LOT MORE money in selling magazines, vertical grips, back up sights and all sorts of doo-dads. Margins are relatively low on guns, but much higher on injection molded plastic.

Glock could come out with a complete line of accessories for their guns and for the AR platform. If nothing else, all of the company’s fans would rush out and buy up a bunch of it. If the products were truly innovative, they could capture a big chunk of the accessory market.

While we will all know very soon, I am interested in hearing what you think Glock is going to announce.


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Old 01-07-2013, 03:51 PM   #2484
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700 bucks? For what?!?

That is the downside... Just like everything else, it's gone up ~$100 in the last month.

You get a $300+ KIDD 2 stage trigger, and the stock. Really, I think the stock should be ~$150 how it is, but once you add an afternoon full of giggling like a schoolgirl and the $$$$ saved on ammo vs a slidefire AR, it comes back into balance.

I'm still not sure if there is any real use for it as a tool, but I haven't met anyone who didn't smile ear to ear after shooting it.

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Old 01-07-2013, 03:54 PM   #2485
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Why no single stack 21? Why Glock!
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:54 PM   #2486
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That tracer fire was pretty damn cool.

I assume a kit like that isn't legal everywhere.
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:56 PM   #2487
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Kentucky Gun Company aka Keene's. They had the fancy shmancy one I got and a couple of plain jane ones as of a ~3 weeks ago.
thanks. looks like they have some in stock. I'm building one in a Marauder stock (G36 clone) so I don't much care about the details; cheapest way to acquire the mechanicals really.
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:56 PM   #2488
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Yeah, they are both brand new. I am not too happy.
Reliability is one of the reasons I went with the LCP instead of the Bodyguard for a pocket/backup carry .380.
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Old 01-07-2013, 03:56 PM   #2489
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thanks. looks like they have some in stock.
Sweet! Their prices are competitive too; I've ordered several guns from them.
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A full lineup of single stacks would be sweet. It would be a good time to get them out with a potential capacity limit coming. A full size single stack .45 would be kind of neat.
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I hate you.

I bought this:
I didn't know what you guys were going on about and then I realized I never shot my first 10/22 when stock. It got a full VQ trigger pack right out of the box.

Wonder if the stock trigger pack and barrel would sell on GB now with all the madness? Hmm....
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Sweet! Their prices are competitive too; I've ordered several guns from them.
Yeah...not bad. Trying to decide how "deep" I want to spend on this G36 since I've already got the other 10/22 with barrel, etc.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:09 PM   #2493
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With the stupid price of .223 brass right now, I've been contemplating picking up a 10/22. Not to mention it's quiet enough where I won't attract SWAT, ATF, FBI and Batman when firing it on private property like the AR does.

Any 10/22's in stock for under $1,850 at the moment? lol
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A full lineup of single stacks would be sweet. It would be a good time to get them out with a potential capacity limit coming. A full size single stack .45 would be kind of neat.
And a great time for me to be pissed about just buying a PPS because of no single stack Glock
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duck season is winding down so im trying my hand at some squirrel hunting. i have a family friend with about 100 acres of woodland and will try out this baby once it arrives. can't wait!
I have a very old (1930's) bolt-action Savage Model 40 that I hunt squirrel with. It's an awesome and surprisingly accurate rifle. Squirrel aren't particularly hard to hunt, and I often find myself passing up a shot because it's too easy. Keep the irons on the gun and I think you'll enjoy the challenge.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:19 PM   #2496
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And a great time for me to be pissed about just buying a PPS because of no single stack Glock
Practically speaking a single-stack 9mm Glock won't be that much thinner. At best they could shave one-quarter inch to get to PPS size, but the slim G36 is only 2mm thinner. Just really think about whether that is going to print less.

I would prefer if they just rounded off the corners more.
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With the stupid price of .223 brass right now, I've been contemplating picking up a 10/22. Not to mention it's quiet enough where I won't attract SWAT, ATF, FBI and Batman when firing it on private property like the AR does.

Any 10/22's in stock for under $1,850 at the moment? lol
I've been looking for a 10/22 compact since Thanksgiving (for the AA2, been missing my carbine). Found one on Friday for $209, and it went out of stock before I could put it in the cart.

Davidson's still has the BSA edition for <$500, if you don't mind donating to the Boy Scouts. Once those sell out, you know things are bad.
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I would prefer if they just rounded off the corners more.
Nah, that square look is still really cool in 2013.








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I've been looking for a 10/22 compact since Thanksgiving (for the AA2, been missing my carbine). Found one on Friday for $209, and it went out of stock before I could put it in the cart.
Lots of 10/22 talk in here recently. Glad I got mine a month ago before the craziness.

The vendor I referred PGT to a few posts ago has 3 in stock currently:


I'd originally been looking for that 1230 model with the bull barrel, back when I wanted a butch black one. I still think it's cool, but it's not $570 cool.

EDIT: Hmm, the "checkering" it also looks like my ass when I get cold: http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.ht...&f=11&t=330484
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I've been looking for a 10/22 compact since Thanksgiving (for the AA2, been missing my carbine). Found one on Friday for $209, and it went out of stock before I could put it in the cart.

Davidson's still has the BSA edition for <$500, if you don't mind donating to the Boy Scouts. Once those sell out, you know things are bad.
there are several Talo/Mannlicher stock versions right around $400 on GB. Heck, Bud's has the BSA one for that price too.
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