Coolest 10/22 conversion

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by M.Link, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. M.Link

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    What is the coolest conversion for a 10/22 out there? I want to buy one and put a bullpup kit in it or something. Pics would be nice.
     
  2. Benny503

    Benny503
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    This is my next project too. Please keep this topic on.
     
  3. sprice37

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  4. spider

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    Either buy a ruger charger or the pro mag arch angel kit for the 10/22, I dislike how long the regular 10/22 is, but those charger pistols are a lot of fun with a 50rnd drum mag.
     
  5. M.Link

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    That SAW kit is pretty awesome, but I didn't see a price...i'm not a fan of the chargers.
     
  6. Tactical SS

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    The SAW kit is $550 - Pricing is on their "Order Page". A bit to much for my taste... for a 10/22 anyway.
     
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  8. huntpotter

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    I like the Krinker Plinker, looks like a Krinkov AK. I've held one, and it's solid.
     
  9. M.Link

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    The SAW kit is WAY out of my price range then! That arcangel is kinda cool, and kve seen the krinker plinkers, I like them but they were like 350 when k saw them...
     
  10. g.i. joe

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    I just bought the Archangel. I was VERY impressed with the fit and finish of all the components. It fit the receiver PERFECTLY. Tight and snug with no wiggle room. The instructions say to heat some parts in an oven prior to fitting, but I didn't need to do that. Pro-Mag did a great job fitting a complex stock to a series of rifles that have been in production for over a 50 years, mine is at least 35 years old. Feels just like a lightweight M4 with the exception of the controls.
     
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  12. cyclesarge

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    Rhineland Arms SubZero. They also made a couple different full length models if you don't want to SBR. I believe they are no longer in production, and even when they were producing they were SLOW and unresponsive. You can run across these for sale from time to time on Ebay or Rimfirecentral.

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  13. iamme

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    Find the other one- yueah it's early and don't remember name of it. It has a similiar look. It's by Nordic Componenets. Have one on my SBR 10/22. Great little kit.
     
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    They don't have a 10/22 model yet, but these guys; Products make some absolutely odd enhancements.
     
  16. hendrixfan

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    +1

    I love mine, looks good with heavy barrel and scope.
     
  17. coosbaycreep

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    I use to have a 10/22 with the cheap bullpup stock that midwayusa sells (can't remember the name of the brand, but they're about $100), and thought it was pretty useless.

    The trigger was awful, it was extremely awkward handling, it felt like a cheap piece of crap, and you can't use high cap mags IIRC.

    It did look cool though.
     
  18. coyote223

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  19. madcratebuilder

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    The twin barreled Gatling gun is the coolest. I'm pretty happy with my Krinker.

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