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maomanila
07-01-2007, 18:21
Hi guys,

I'm thinking of buying a 22 rifle for plinking, with also a view of seriously dressing it up.

What could be a good brand? My research tells me that the ruger 10/22 is quite popular; it is said to be durable and reliable, and with many affordable after-market upgrades and accessories (in the US, at least).

I plan to make a worthwhile project out of this. I see a good opportunity to start it this coming gunshow.

I kindly seek your opinions and suggestions.

A good day to all.

Maraming salamat,
MAO.

Eye Cutter
07-01-2007, 18:53
the ruger 10/22 is the 1911's of .22's

also consider a bolt action with an olympic barrels like the cz's

take a look in the buy and sell thread at 9mx's post. his sis-in-law is selling her walther .22 lr competition rifle

isuzu
07-01-2007, 20:04
Are you planning to buy a regular 10/22 or a Target model?

Butler Creek sells aftermarket high capacity mags for it. They also sell barrels as well as 10/22 stocks. Clark Custom Guns and Volquartsen offer trigger kits, barrels, scope mounts, and stocks.

Taurus
07-01-2007, 21:00
Check out the CZ 452 bolt action. Nothing but positive reviews on the internet forums. Like an Anschutz but at a third of the cost. I bought one and I am very happy with it. I had a Ruger 10/22 before. A good gun but being a semi-automatic is not very accurate out of the box.

revo
07-02-2007, 12:08
Another vote for the 10/22.

Other rifles maybe more accurate but not so much fun.

Mang Danny
07-02-2007, 12:37
My vote goes to Ruger 10/22. With a polished hammer (home trigger job), I can hit marble sized targets all day long without cleaning. Of course it really is dirty after 500 rounds!
http://www.mypicshare.com/thumbs/20070702/k6g2l7t8.jpg (http://www.mypicshare.com/k6g2l7t8pic.html)

isuzu
07-02-2007, 16:42
Originally posted by Mang Danny
My vote goes to Ruger 10/22. With a polished hammer (home trigger job), I can hit marble sized targets all day long without cleaning. Of course it really is dirty after 500 rounds!
http://www.mypicshare.com/thumbs/20070702/k6g2l7t8.jpg (http://www.mypicshare.com/k6g2l7t8pic.html)

Mang Danny,

Is there a website or a link for the 10/22 home trigger job, or did you just do it yourself? What scope did you mount on the rifle?

Thanks!

MRV_G17
07-02-2007, 17:46
i am also planning to buy a .22 rifle for plinking. :banana:

I kinna like the one that father POODLE bought (can't seem to find his post). he said he put in a scope to dress it up more.

i was told by my gunstore that have to options:
- Remington
- Marlin (Merlin?) :)

any of you guys had experience with them? any comments (pros/cons)??

TIA

maomanila
07-02-2007, 17:53
Many thanks for the feedback guys.

Further research in other fora made me drool over the dolled-up 10/22s, specifically the porn at rimfirecentral.

I wonder though if such accessories/upgrades are available in the philippines. Also, what scopes are best for the 22 rifle?

Magandang araw,
Mao.

Taurus
07-02-2007, 19:21
I remember during the last gun show that Trust Trade was selling a dressed up 10/22. I don't know about the specific hardware but it did sport a s/s bull barrel, a laminated thumbhole stock, scope and bipod. Ran for about 75k.

Re the scope, I suggest you get one with an adjustable parallax, or one with a parallax set at 50 yards. HTH

Wp.22
07-02-2007, 19:29
my cousin is selling his anchutz rifle just renewed the lisence. i just don't know the exact model and price.

vega
07-02-2007, 20:19
Originally posted by MRV_G17
i am also planning to buy a .22 rifle for plinking. :banana:

I kinna like the one that father POODLE bought (can't seem to find his post). he said he put in a scope to dress it up more.

i was told by my gunstore that have to options:
- Remington
- Marlin (Merlin?) :)

any of you guys had experience with them? any comments (pros/cons)??

TIA
http://www.remington.com/images/products/firearms/rimfire/smsil_597scoped.jpg

I believe scope is the only dress up you can do on a Remington.
I have a bolt action Marlin and accurate at 50 yds with the right ammo.

MRV_G17
07-02-2007, 21:45
Originally posted by vega
http://www.remington.com/images/products/firearms/rimfire/smsil_597scoped.jpg


thats a nice rifle. i think i will go for the bolt action as I saw from other post that there is an issue with the mag-type/auto feed type.... is this true?? :sad:

Mang Danny
07-03-2007, 03:12
Isuzu,
I just polished the sharp edges and surfaces of the hammer engagement areas. More tips from "www.rimfirecentral.com". My scope is Simmons 3-9X 32 mm. with Weaver see-thru rings, bought from a specialty store called Wal-Mart. ;)

Taurus,
75K for a 10-22?? Ala eh, presyo na nang AR-15 dito yan !

Vega,
Swabe ba ang bolt action mechanism nang Marlin? Kumusta naman ang finish nung stock?

mitchshrader
07-03-2007, 03:15
http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firearms/SelfLoading/7000.aspx

if you just want to shoot cheap ammo into one hole.

the ruger will soak up money. this one just shoots. :)

i'm sorry you need to get rid of extra money.

you must not be married right now.

mtho
07-03-2007, 10:50
http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=69075

http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=188030

Eye Cutter
07-03-2007, 16:33
mark the spark: hindi a! hindi ako member sa rimfire central! and wala ako .22 rifle, baka kapatid ko. meron siya marlin semi auto with scope. bought during last year's gunshow. 16k lang ata

isuzu
07-03-2007, 18:04
Originally posted by Mang Danny
Isuzu,
I just polished the sharp edges and surfaces of the hammer engagement areas. More tips from "www.rimfirecentral.com". My scope is Simmons 3-9X 32 mm. with Weaver see-thru rings, bought from a specialty store called Wal-Mart. ;)

Thanks, Mang Danny! I'll definitely look into the scope set up and improving the 10/22's trigger pull. I'll be taking my non-restricted firearms course in August, and I'll be buying a 10/22.

BTW, is the trigger pull of the Standard 10/22 different from the Target 10/22?

I'll also be checking if our Wal-Mart sells scope rings here. Iba ang rules dito sa Canada. They used to sell firearms at Wal-Mart stores here.

Wp.22
07-03-2007, 18:10
im in the process of transferring a marlin .22lr for myself given by my uncle. it's a bolt action marlin the only accessory i have for this is a cheap rifle scope.

vega
07-03-2007, 20:02
Originally posted by MRV_G17
thats a nice rifle. i think i will go for the bolt action as I saw from other post that there is an issue with the mag-type/auto feed type.... is this true?? :sad:

Remington have corrected this with the new magazine. If you have the old one just send it back and they will replace with the new one.

Originally posted by Mang Danny
Vega,
Swabe ba ang bolt action mechanism nang Marlin? Kumusta naman ang finish nung stock?

In time the action will be smooth. When I first got it the stock looks like plastic finish. With lots of handling nag-mukhang kahoy din.

isuzu
07-03-2007, 21:41
Found these at www.rimfirecentral.com :

http://www.tech-sights.com/ (nice AR-type sights for the 10/22)

http://www.gmriflebarrel.com/catalog.aspx?catid=RugerTargetBarrels

Just like EC said, "the ruger 10/22 is the 1911's of .22's"

There's just tons of 10/22 parts out there.

ahtsay
07-03-2007, 23:36
Originally posted by mtho
http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=69075

http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=188030

Mark BI ka talaga!!! E kung benta ko nalang open parts ko, tapos buo nalang tayo ng 10/22??? :supergrin: Ano game? game? game???? :supergrin:

Mang Danny
07-04-2007, 03:07
Originally posted by isuzu

BTW, is the trigger pull of the Standard 10/22 different from the Target 10/22?

As far as Ruger is concerned, not much difference in trigger pull between the models mentioned. Volquartsen offers not only trigger parts but the whole trigger group.

If you don't control yourself, you'll end up spending more on accessories than the rifle itself. I find it fun to shoot an inexpensive .22 among people shooting $300+ tricked out .22's.

isuzu
07-04-2007, 07:37
Originally posted by Mang Danny
As far as Ruger is concerned, not much difference in trigger pull between the models mentioned. Volquartsen offers not only trigger parts but the whole trigger group.

If you don't control yourself, you'll end up spending more on accessories than the rifle itself. I find it fun to shoot an inexpensive .22 among people shooting $300+ tricked out .22's.

Thanks again, Mang Danny. Found out in the Rimfire Central forums that most people buy the standard 10/22 and work on them. Some barrels are even priced the same or more expensive than the rifle itself. The Target model has the same trigger than the Standard model.

I read at the other forum that Bass Pro Shops are having a July 4th sale on the 20" 10/22s for about $170.00. That's a pretty good deal.

http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=187904

Dok
07-04-2007, 21:07
I have always been a fan of .22
You can do plinking all day and it doesn't put hole in your pocket.

Here is my 10/22. it took me 2 years to get this far waiting for upgrade parts.

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/ruger-1.jpg

It has power custom competition trigger kit, volquartsen auto bolt release, extended mag release, extended cocking handle, power custom scope base, urethane bolt buffer, hogue overmoulded stock, and lothar walther bull barrel. recently installed a new scope from meuller (APV)

Butler creek 10/22 upgrades has a bad reputation. stay away from it such as their "carbon fiber barrel"

You can't go wrong with ruger 10/22

Some of my pistols from ruger:supergrin:

Mark 3 22/45
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/mark3.jpg

Mark 2 Competition
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/ruger.jpg


And for 9k, you can get an armscor semi-auto rifle. It gets most of the abuse among my collections:supergrin: and still going strong.
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/arms.jpg

maomanila
07-05-2007, 17:19
Hi dok.

Very nice rifle. Where did you buy the barrel, scope, bipod, etc? And did you install it yourself? How much more or less did it cost you?

Thanks,
Mao.

Dok
07-05-2007, 18:08
mao, check pm:supergrin:

isuzu
07-05-2007, 19:19
Dok,

Is that a carbon fiber Walther Lothar barrel? Some suggest a Green Mountain barrel (they say, best bang for the money), and Kidd barrels, which are essentially customized Walther Lothar barrels.

I'm planning to get a 10/22 and pair a 22/45 with a 5.25 barrel once my gun licenses (restricted and non-restricted) come out. 22lrs are cheap and fun.

Poodle
07-05-2007, 19:45
Originally posted by MRV_G17
i am also planning to buy a .22 rifle for plinking. :banana:

I kinna like the one that father POODLE bought (can't seem to find his post). he said he put in a scope to dress it up more.

i was told by my gunstore that have to options:
- Remington
- Marlin (Merlin?) :)

any of you guys had experience with them? any comments (pros/cons)??

TIA

Sorry for the late reply. The Remington 597 is a semi-automatic .22 LR rifle with a 10 round magazine. It is accurate enough for my needs although I would concede that a bolt action rifle would most probably be more accurate. It had a silencer when I bought it and with subsonic rounds, there is minimal report. I recently bought a Tasco scope with these specs: 50 mm AOE, illuminated reticle and 6 - 24 times magnification. You can buy them at an Airsoft store in Makati Cinema Square (I don't remember the name of the store) for P3,500. Yesterday, I bought a bipod for P2,300 in an airsoft store at Market Market (4th floor, right beside the hobby store). I am very happy with it, I managed to put in two rounds in close proximity to each other at a target no bigger than my fingernail at 75 yds when I was zeroing the scope.

Poodle
07-05-2007, 19:48
Originally posted by MRV_G17
i am also planning to buy a .22 rifle for plinking. :banana:

I kinna like the one that father POODLE bought (can't seem to find his post). he said he put in a scope to dress it up more.

i was told by my gunstore that have to options:
- Remington
- Marlin (Merlin?) :)

any of you guys had experience with them? any comments (pros/cons)??

TIA

Here's the pic of the target paper. The first three rounds hit the left side of the target. I adjusted for elevation. Then I adjusted for windage. One hole (or thereabouts) at 75 yds.

Eye Cutter
07-05-2007, 23:56
father poodle dito mo ba na-zero yung remington mo!?! hehehehe!

http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z105/DocBEye/DSC_1310r.jpg

http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z105/DocBEye/DSC_1008r.jpg

ahtsay
07-06-2007, 00:32
Dok, are you using a KID trigger? :supergrin: Kami ni Mtho nagplaplano din eh.

Doc BI, set-up tayo ng 10/22 :thumbsup:

Eye Cutter
07-06-2007, 00:36
kukuha rin ako ng ... sigma 10-20mm wide angle lens! hahaha!

MRV_G17
07-06-2007, 05:03
Originally posted by Dok
I have always been a fan of .22
You can do plinking all day and it doesn't put hole in your pocket.

Here is my 10/22. it took me 2 years to get this far waiting for upgrade parts.

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/ruger-1.jpg

It has power custom competition trigger kit, volquartsen auto bolt release, extended mag release, extended cocking handle, power custom scope base, urethane bolt buffer, hogue overmoulded stock, and lothar walther bull barrel. recently installed a new scope from meuller (APV)


ikaw ba nag assemble or somebody dressed it up for you?
brod baka pwede malaman kung magkano inabot, sino smith or kung saan pwede magpagawa. im interested to have one for plinking :)

TIA

Poodle
07-06-2007, 07:07
Originally posted by Eye Cutter
father poodle dito mo ba na-zero yung remington mo!?! hehehehe!

http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z105/DocBEye/DSC_1310r.jpg

http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z105/DocBEye/DSC_1008r.jpg

Dyan ko nga nai-zero. Me back stop na dalawang pader at malaking puno.

Ganda ng kuha ah. Yung camera ko ayaw kumuha ng ganyan kaganda.

mtho
07-06-2007, 12:11
poodle,
so solve na yung rodent problem mo dyan?

Poodle
07-06-2007, 16:17
Originally posted by mtho
poodle,
so solve na yung rodent problem mo dyan?

Me mga namatay recently nung naglagay ng bait. Di pa ulit ako nag-inspect pero parang wala na ako nakakasalubong.

Dok
07-06-2007, 19:30
Isuzu, No it's not carbon fiber:supergrin: . It's a sticker i bought from car accessories shop. The barrel is 21.5 inches long, stainless steel. Yes, green mountain barrels are one of the best 10/22 barrels out there for the price. Others include, whistle pig aluminum barrels, tactical solutions barrels with threaded ends. Problem is I did not find any store who sells one here. If you plan a build, get the cheapest 10/22 model. They are all the same.

Ahtsay, i bought a power custom competition trigger kit from the states. it includes a customized hammer, sear, disconnector, urethane bolt buffer and titanium trigger with overtravel screw. they say that if you want just to bring down the trigger pull weight, all you need is a customized hammer. the competition trigger kit eliminates all the creep plus decreasing trigger pull weight and you can adjust overtravel. the trigger becomes smooth like a 1911. Most people in the states like Volquartsen parts but they are just the same with power custom parts.

MRV_G17, all 10/22 accessories are DROP-IN. No need for gunsmith. You can do it on your own. That's what i did. :supergrin:

cost: well it's more than the rifle, but i am Very Happy with it:supergrin:
if you buy parts outside, it will come out cheaper.
Locally bought:
1. lothar walther barrel-16T:shocked: yup it's very expensive but sources claimed they have cheaper hogue bull barrels for 10K
2. hogue stock- 6T
3. harris bi-pod-6T (optional)
4. 10/22 rifle-22T (twin pines)
Bought outside:
1. Power custom competition trigger kit- 5T
2. Mueller APV scope- 6T
3. Volquartsen extended mag release, auto bolt release, 2T (optional)

Dok
07-06-2007, 20:24
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/1022.jpg

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/closeup.jpg

isuzu
07-06-2007, 23:55
Thanks, Dok! I really thought that it was one of the carbon fiber barrels. There's a gunsmith named Tony Kidd who specializes in 10/22s, and he customizes Lothar Walther barrels.

http://www.coolguyguns.com/

I'll try and get a custom hammer once I get my 10/22 and work my way up.

mtho
07-07-2007, 02:50
Ahtsay,
si isuzu bibili na ke tony kid oh, naiingit ka na ba?

MRV_G17
07-07-2007, 04:51
Originally posted by Dok
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/1022.jpg

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y44/clowid/closeup.jpg

hehehe sad to say 'got no idea how to work on .22 rifle.
baka pwede tulunga mo ko mag assemble hehehe or benta mo na lang sa akin yung nasa picture :banana:

isuzu
07-07-2007, 09:36
Originally posted by mtho
Ahtsay,
si isuzu bibili na ke tony kid oh, naiingit ka na ba?

Hahahaha! Medyo may kamahalan ang parts niya, but looking at his credentials, he's been working mostly on .22s. I'd probably go for the Green Mountain barrels; probably buy a trigger kit from him or Volquarsten, and do a little tweaking myself once I get my license to possess firearms here in Canada. I might pair it with a 22/45 with a 5 inch barrel.

During spring and summer, lots of farmers invite friends to their farms to get rid of groundhogs. The hosts prepare barbeque and it's supposed to be fun.

Owning a 10/22 is like owning a 1911. Can't be satisfied with just one.
:supergrin:

ahtsay
07-07-2007, 11:37
Isuzu, you mean you guys bbq groundhogs???:shocked: Does it taste like chicken or pork? I guess pork, kasi nga ground-hogs eh...
:rofl:
Kami ni Mtho, nagbabalak nga eh...we've been staying up the wee hours of the night researching for parts. :supergrin:

Mark, ano?? KID??? :)

DOK, ganda talaga ah! :thumbsup: Inggit kami ni Mtho.

maomanila
07-07-2007, 18:06
Hi dok,

Where in manila can we buy upgrades for the 10/22? What store? Do you think there will be available at the gun show next week?

I already reserved for august a stainless 10/22 with polymer(?) stock at twin pines. Serious ako sa project na ito talaga.

Maraming salamat,
Mao.

Taurus
07-07-2007, 18:34
Coming soon: BOGS Rimfire Club...:supergrin: :supergrin: :supergrin:

3kings
07-07-2007, 18:52
Originally posted by Taurus
Coming soon: BOGS Rimfire Club...:supergrin: :supergrin: :supergrin:

hehehe,
ive been toying with the idea for quite sometime.
im even looking at some airguns.
saw some spots just here in metromanila where you can go hunting for wild game

batangueno
07-08-2007, 08:10
Sali rin ako dyan sa rimfire club. Sige Mark ikaw ang mag-isip ng bibilhin natin. :supergrin:

Dok, ganda ng 22 rifles and pistols nyo. :thumbsup:

Poodle
07-08-2007, 08:41
Sali rin ako sa BOG rimfire club. Mura ng ammo, puro factory load pa. Di na magpupulot ng basyo.

Eye Cutter
07-08-2007, 08:47
wala ako rimfire rifle... makiki plink na lang sa inyo...

moby dick
07-08-2007, 08:49
here's mine. bought it 2 months ago. cz452 varmint. the scope cost me almost same as the rifle.:laughabove:

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k66/mobidik1974/guns/DSC00903.jpg

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k66/mobidik1974/guns/DSC00904.jpg

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k66/mobidik1974/guns/DSC00907.jpg

Poodle
07-08-2007, 08:53
Originally posted by moby dick
here's mine. bought it 2 months ago. cz452 varmint. the scope cost me almost same as the rifle.:laughabove:

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k66/mobidik1974/guns/DSC00904.jpg
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k66/mobidik1974/guns/DSC00903.jpg
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k66/mobidik1974/guns/DSC00907.jpg

Nice set-up. Ano specs ng scope mo Sir? Wala siya talaga iron sights?

vega
07-08-2007, 09:15
Originally posted by Poodle
Nice set-up. Ano specs ng scope mo Sir? Wala siya talaga iron sights?
Bull barrels don't come with sights.

mikol
07-08-2007, 10:17
kapatid na MD magkano bili mo diyan sa rifle mo if you don't mind me asking.:supergrin:

Dok
07-08-2007, 18:12
Isuzu, kidd triggers are one of the best out there. if acquiring one is easy then that would be great.

MRV_G17, it is very easy to assemble/disassemble and exchange parts. there are lots of links with pictures showing step by step procedures. i will help you if you plan a build. :supergrin: he he mahirap na ibenta.

ahtsay, thanks:supergrin:

Mao, decide first what you want for a set-up. Do you plan to change the barrel to a bull a barrel or keep the original tapered barrel? Do you plan to change the stock also? (original tapered stock is different from bull barrel stock) If you plan to change most parts like barrel and stock, buy the cheapets model of 10/22. If you plan to have a bull barrel, might as well buy the 10/22 target model. I suggest, try the rifle first as "stock". Then work your way up later. If you want a stainless finish and change most parts, don't buy the polymer. 29T yun. Buy the K10/22RB model, stainless with wood stock. 24T lang if i'm right. Yes, try the gun show. there might be upgrade parts there. i'am not really sure who sells parts in manila. try browsing rimfirecentral, you will get lots of ideas there. PM me if you need help.

Batangueno, thanks ;)

Poodle is right, mura lang ammo at hindi ka na magpupulot ng basyo

moby dick, CZ 452 is one of the best bolt action 22 out there. it is very accurate out of the box. you got a great deal there. :thumbsup:

Wp.22
07-09-2007, 06:01
within this month makukuha ko na rin yung .22lr rifle ko putok na naman tayo minsan tulungan nyo akong mag zero ng sight.

mikol
07-09-2007, 07:39
Originally posted by Wp.22
within this month makukuha ko na rin yung .22lr rifle ko putok na naman tayo minsan tulungan nyo akong mag zero ng sight.
pot ano unit ang kinuha mo na .22 rifle, tsaka magkano kapatid? :)

Wp.22
07-09-2007, 17:15
Originally posted by mikol
pot ano unit ang kinuha mo na .22 rifle, tsaka magkano kapatid? :)

it'a a hand me down bolt action marlin don't know the exact model. gastos ko lang yung pagtransfer it's a gift from my uncle. mabait kasi ako hehehe

mikol
07-10-2007, 00:06
Originally posted by Wp.22
it'a a hand me down bolt action marlin don't know the exact model. gastos ko lang yung pagtransfer it's a gift from my uncle. mabait kasi ako hehehe
swerte mo naman me uncle ka na nagbibigay ng rifle sa mabait na pamangkin... :supergrin:
lalo lang tuloy gumugulo ang isip ko...:sad:
rifle,pistol,rifle,pistol,rifle pistol....!!!
ano kaya kung riflize pistol nalang na calico M100????;) ;)

Poodle
07-10-2007, 05:17
Went to the Armscor Range today. Tried the Remington 597 with the 50 mm 6 x 24 Scope and bipod. Ang stable pala pag me bipod, halos wala talaga galaw. The grouping at 30 yds plus was less than 3/4 inch. Puede na din. Tutal daga lang naman binabaril ko (saka yung mga manaka-nakang makukulit na pusa na tinitira rabbit, love birds at manok tagalog namin).

Parang gusto ko bumili ng Walther G22, di ko gagamitin na pang sniper. Gamitin ko lang na parang pang-assault kuno sa mga courses. Puedeng accessorize kasi.

Eye Cutter
07-10-2007, 06:26
father P: kelan ka punta sa gunshow??? balak namin ni taurus sa friday after lunch.

tingin tayo ng ruger 10/22???

ahtsay
07-10-2007, 06:38
Doc, buo nalang tayo....tutal papalitan mo na din lahat except the receiver eh. :supergrin: Merong 80% complete na receiver, tapos build from there nalang. :thumbsup:

Eye Cutter
07-10-2007, 06:46
ahts: around how much should we budget for another one of our crazy projects???

:thumbsup:

paltik45
07-10-2007, 08:17
Originally posted by ahtsay
Doc, buo nalang tayo....tutal papalitan mo na din lahat except the receiver eh. :supergrin: Merong 80% complete na receiver, tapos build from there nalang. :thumbsup:

Uyyyyyy, mukang may blueprint ako nyan to make it complete:supergrin: At matagal na din na walang nginangatngat na bakal ang milling machine ko;) :thumbsup: :supergrin:

ahtsay
07-10-2007, 08:22
Paltik kaya mo ba gumawa ng receiver? Sayang naman kung bibili ka buong baril, tapos papalitan mo lahat except the receiver diba? :supergrin: Doc, mura lang budget natin....parang isang digicam lang, hinde pa kasama lens :animlol:

Poodle
07-10-2007, 16:41
Sa Friday afternoon ako punta Gun Show. Kita tayo dun.

Dok
07-10-2007, 18:29
pa share naman dyan kung may nakita kayo na bolt action 22 lr sa gunshow. :supergrin: preferably CZ, or Sako

ahtsay, i saw a site na nagbebenta ng stainless upper receiver (more durable than the original aluminum receiver). it is 80% complete. Bubutasan na lang para sa pins, and barrel. It can be shipped to the philippines because it is still not considered a firearm. A friend of mine tried it. Just forgot the site:sad:

maomanila
07-10-2007, 20:38
Hi guys,

By the way, while we are at it, how's the terminal ballistics of a 22 rifle, out of a 10/22 for instance?

Makakatumba ba ng kapre o pang butiki lang?

Thanks,
Mao.

paltik45
07-12-2007, 09:53
Ahtsay, Sir kung may 80% ka na madali lang yun and sa katunayan ay meron din "Bolt On" 10/22 reciever. Its kinda looks like a lego and it is pretty much a DIY if you have a source of the plates(top, side and front barrel lug).

Dok, may CZ at ANCHULTS ako nakita meron din winchester remington at ruger. Here is the DIY gunsmithing site which I am a subscriber www.homegunsmith.com you can e-mail tannery shop for the 80% frames for the ff. FA: AR15/M16, 1911, Sig p228, Ruger 10/22 and the AK-47.

Dok
07-12-2007, 17:57
paltik45 thanks for the info and link.

dano18
07-13-2007, 14:46
Here's a pic of my Ruger 10/22 with the Krinker Plinker Kit. Ang sarap iputok at mura pa ang bala :-)

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y102/dano18/P4130005.jpg

vega
07-13-2007, 16:34
Hindi ba madalas mag jam? May nabasa akong report dati na jam-matic daw.

atmarcella
07-14-2007, 22:30
i inherited a squibman model 11-a, i bought a remington 10rnd mag for it sa gunshow worth 2200 kaso lang ayaw mag feed nang ma-igi. it is a bolt action rifle, ano kaya magand gawin dito????

Poodle
07-15-2007, 04:19
Had another episode of a KB in .22 LR yesterday using Armscor subsonic ammo sa Remington 597. Apparently hindi nag-lock ang bolt dahil di ko narining ang click. Sinilip ko muna bago putok at tinulak pa. Botton case failure na naman, naka-usli ang puwit, squib pa ang round. Wala naman damage sa gun as far as I can tell.

Upon inspection found out that the chamber was full of residue. Di ko alam kung lead o pulbura. Medyo alon-alon. Binabad ko sa kerosene ng 24 hrs. Cleaned it with an oversized brush (9mm). Mukhang natanggal naman. 2nd hand ito nabili. Tanong ko sa gunsmith kung kelangan pa-ream ang chamber para maiwasan na ulit mga episode na ganito.

isuzu
07-15-2007, 11:32
Originally posted by dano18
Here's a pic of my Ruger 10/22 with the Krinker Plinker Kit. Ang sarap iputok at mura pa ang bala :-)

Dano,

Is the Krinker Plinker kit available here in Canada, or did you have to order it Stateside?

Are there restrictions on barrel lengths here in Canada?

http://www.krinkerplinker.com/

Thanks!

Mang Danny
07-15-2007, 12:20
Wow! $349.95 plus $15.00 for shipping on the Krinker-Plinker kit. Considering I paid $159 for my 10/22, hmmm. What's next? Perhaps the Gatling gun conversion from Cabela's? See this link (http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp?id=0034775227757a&type=product&cmCat=search&returnPage=search-results1.jsp&QueryText=gatling&N=4887&Ntk=Products&Ntx=mode+matchall&Nty=1&Ntt=gatling&noImage=0) .

isuzu
07-15-2007, 16:52
Originally posted by atmarcella
i inherited a squibman model 11-a, i bought a remington 10rnd mag for it sa gunshow worth 2200 kaso lang ayaw mag feed nang ma-igi. it is a bolt action rifle, ano kaya magand gawin dito????

If you're in Bacolod, call Chito at 433-0607. Bring your original mag and he might be able to make you one.

If you're in Iloilo, contact Junior Burahog. Chito told me he's got his own shop now. I believe Chito's former protege, Pato, is working with him. He makes good 1911 single stack tubes. I'm sure he could make other mags.

Dok
07-15-2007, 18:25
Upon inspection found out that the chamber was full of residue. Di ko alam kung lead o pulbura. Medyo alon-alon. Binabad ko sa kerosene ng 24 hrs. Cleaned it with an oversized brush (9mm). Mukhang natanggal naman. 2nd hand ito nabili. Tanong ko sa gunsmith kung kelangan pa-ream ang chamber para maiwasan na ulit mga episode na ganito.

If the rifle functioned properly before that, i don't think you need to have it reamed. You already have diagnosed one of the possible cause- dirty chamber, which leads to failure to feed. Have you tried it after cleaning?

Poodle
07-15-2007, 21:55
Originally posted by Dok
If the rifle functioned properly before that, i don't think you need to have it reamed. You already have diagnosed one of the possible cause- dirty chamber, which leads to failure to feed. Have you tried it after cleaning?

Haven't tried it yet. Bukas, sa Armscor Range. Check ko din chamber ng Walther P22. Very sensititive sa dumi ang .22 lr.

Dok
07-16-2007, 00:06
yes, try checking your walther also. have you used remington thunderbolts or cyclone previously? they are very dirty ammo. they tend to build up residue inside the chamber fast. when i use them, i make sure to clean my rifle/pistol after every day at the range. :supergrin: good luck.

dano18
07-16-2007, 07:43
Originally posted by isuzu
Dano,

Is the Krinker Plinker kit available here in Canada, or did you have to order it Stateside?

Are there restrictions on barrel lengths here in Canada?

http://www.krinkerplinker.com/

Thanks!

I bought the KP from http://www.questar.ca/ but i'm not sure if they still carry it as i bought mine over a year ago. I have the 8" barrel kit. There are restrictions to it but mine is classified as 'Non-restricted' as i have pinned the folding stock into the open position permanently and welded the muzzle brake to the barrel permanently to get an OAL of 26". If u don't do these steps, u need to re-register it as a 'Restricted' firearm. Or if you don't want to go through all of these hassle, you can always get the 16" barrel kit.

dano18
07-16-2007, 07:47
Originally posted by vega
Hindi ba madalas mag jam? May nabasa akong report dati na jam-matic daw.

I've had a few FTE issues here and there, nothing major. But since i've changed the extractor to a Volquartsen, i've had zero issues :-)

atmarcella
07-16-2007, 08:38
Originally posted by isuzu
If you're in Bacolod, call Chito at 433-0607. Bring your original mag and he might be able to make you one.

If you're in Iloilo, contact Junior Burahog. Chito told me he's got his own shop now. I believe Chito's former protege, Pato, is working with him. He makes good 1911 single stack tubes. I'm sure he could make other mags.

haaaay mayo pa sa aton no...damo gunsmith nga ma abeledad, diri waay gid....puro ha-so mga smith diri sa amon, byahe pa manila para sa matino nga smith...amo na nga tak-an ko mag 1911, waay ko di smith nga dalaganan if i need one;)

Poodle
07-16-2007, 08:59
Originally posted by Dok
yes, try checking your walther also. have you used remington thunderbolts or cyclone previously? they are very dirty ammo. they tend to build up residue inside the chamber fast. when i use them, i make sure to clean my rifle/pistol after every day at the range. :supergrin: good luck.

As a matter of fact yes, I used both of them recently. Lead pa sila. Will use them sparingly. Do subsonic rounds have any issues on barrel or chamber fouling? I use the Armscor subsonic rounds kasi as ammo of choice.

Dok
07-16-2007, 18:01
so far armscor standard,high velocity and subsonic rounds have no issues of chamber fouling compared to remington. most people in the States don't like Remington but it's cheaper compared to Armscor here.

i use Armscor also and it is much cleaner compared to remington after hundreds of rounds.

maomanila
07-16-2007, 18:09
Hi guys,

Finally decided on a 22 rifle. Cancelled the 10/22, and took the Anschutz 64 R Sporter Target. Expected release within a couple of weeks or so.

What would be a good scope for this rifle? (plinking, hunting and target).

Please help.

Maraming salamat.

Gumagalang,
Mao.

Dok
07-16-2007, 18:18
target: 4-20x 40mm with AO

plinking: 2-7x 32mm rimfire scope with 50 yard parallax setting

hunting: fixed 4x scope with 50 yard parallax setting

maomanila
07-16-2007, 18:30
Hi dok,

If i am to buy only 1 scope, what would be the best choice among those you mentioned above? And what brand?

Thanks a lot.

Mao.

Poodle
07-16-2007, 18:55
Bought a 4 - 9, 32 mm Bushnell Scope at Twin Pines for PHP 3.5T. I think that these specs would be adequate for target, plinking and hunting. With this scope, I managed to hit a fingernail sized target from 60 yds - medyo mahirap na nga lang sipatin dahil maliit na din.

I have a 4 x fixed scope pero medyo madilim saka kelangan malaki ang target (was able to get a head shot with this on a snake that took residence on our gate though, from 10 yds away at night with someone illuminating it with a flashlight). Was using an Armscor air rifle.

I also have a 6 - 24, 50 mm AOE scope with range finder that's excellent for target shooting, kitang kita ang maliliit na silhouette at full magnification from 70 yds (hanggang dun lang kasi ang range kaya di ko pa na-try ang mas malayo) and it's very bright - kaya lang medyo mas mabusisi gamitin.

Poodle
07-16-2007, 18:58
Originally posted by maomanila
Hi guys,

Finally decided on a 22 rifle. Cancelled the 10/22, and took the Anschutz 64 R Sporter Target. Expected release within a couple of weeks or so.

What would be a good scope for this rifle? (plinking, hunting and target).

Please help.

Maraming salamat.

Gumagalang,
Mao.

By the way, congrats on your acquisition. Kainggit.

Dok
07-17-2007, 00:06
anschutz is a target rifle, better get a very nice scope like leupold. a powerful magnification with AO

i got a mueller APV scope on my 10/22 it is 4.5-14x40mm with AO.

low profile
07-17-2007, 00:10
mao,

magkano yang rifle na anschutz?

ty

Poodle
07-17-2007, 06:52
Adjustable ba ang trigger pull ng Anschutz 64 R Sporter Target?

glock26ph
07-17-2007, 09:23
Originally posted by dano18
I bought the KP from http://www.questar.ca/ but i'm not sure if they still carry it as i bought mine over a year ago. I have the 8" barrel kit. There are restrictions to it but mine is classified as 'Non-restricted' as i have pinned the folding stock into the open position permanently and welded the muzzle brake to the barrel permanently to get an OAL of 26". If u don't do these steps, u need to re-register it as a 'Restricted' firearm. Or if you don't want to go through all of these hassle, you can always get the 16" barrel kit.


I wish we could have those KP kits here in the Philippines. I am still looking for a folding stock for my 10/22 - the Butler creek folder I found at Twin Pines is a bit too expensive Php 15k (it only costs $75 in the US). My 10/22 has the powercustom hammer kit, extended magzazine release and urethane buffer from buffertech. I replaced the stock with a crappy Muzzelite bullpup kit which I plan to take off soon. I also have a Marlin 795 which is in stock configuration with a 3-9X 30mm scope.

maomanila
07-17-2007, 18:05
Hi low profile,
Got it at 60k gunshow price.

Hi poodle,
The Anschutz 64 R Sporter Target has a match two-stage trigger: the first at standard, the second at feather-touch.

maomanila
08-05-2007, 18:28
Hi guys,

Mounted a bushnell scope on my new Anschutz 64 R Sporter Target. Need your advice on where to zero it? I actuaslly have not yet fired the rifle yet. What range with 75 yardage?

Many thanks and best wishes to all.

MAO

Eye Cutter
08-05-2007, 18:34
You can initially zero it at the PB Dionisio range. 25 meters. Then at armscor in marikina at the 75 meter bay

maomanila
08-05-2007, 18:36
:)

Dok
08-06-2007, 02:26
50 yards would be enough for a 22 lr., so armscor marikina would be adequate

maomanila
08-06-2007, 18:20
Thank you.

isuzu
08-06-2007, 23:09
Originally posted by atmarcella
haaaay mayo pa sa aton no...damo gunsmith nga ma abeledad, diri waay gid....puro ha-so mga smith diri sa amon, byahe pa manila para sa matino nga smith...amo na nga tak-an ko mag 1911, waay ko di smith nga dalaganan if i need one;)

Is the popular gunsmith in Bicol far from your place? You could visit GJ and have your 1911 done by Chito at the same time.;) And hang out at Sorrento or Tempo. The mini mall by the Gochancos should be open now. It was nearing completion when we went home in June. It's beside the former Bacolod Ice Plant which the owners are building a hotel now.

Heard from Chito that Junior Burahog has new equipment bought by his sibling who is living in the States.

batangueno
08-07-2007, 06:38
Ang ganda mao. :thumbsup:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v33/batangueno/img_1567.jpg

maomanila
08-07-2007, 18:27
Oo nga brod. Ang matindi yung target paper na nakadikit doon sa manual: 10 rounds at 50 yards in a hole less than 0.5". Thats what my rifle can do daw. GRRRABE!

I wonder what ammo the Anschutz test shooters used to test my rifle?

Mabuhay lahat!
MAO

Mang Danny
08-08-2007, 11:11
Most probably used is ELEY brand.

maomanila
08-09-2007, 01:42
Salamat danny.

I sure hope that brand is available in manila.

atmarcella
08-09-2007, 21:47
Originally posted by isuzu
Is the popular gunsmith in Bicol far from your place? You could visit GJ and have your 1911 done by Chito at the same time.;) And hang out at Sorrento or Tempo. The mini mall by the Gochancos should be open now. It was nearing completion when we went home in June. It's beside the former Bacolod Ice Plant which the owners are building a hotel now.

Heard from Chito that Junior Burahog has new equipment bought by his sibling who is living in the States.

oh bicol is so very far away:supergrin:

if i get the chance to go home ill just have my 1911's done by nelson uygonco:thumbsup: