Hey y'all, So, I have set my sights on a 10/22 as my next rifle and I have been doing my research here and on other forums. What I'm planning on doing is swapping out the factory barrel for a .920 bull barrel (likely an 18" Green Mountain) and probably switching out the factory stock for a Bell and Carlson (either an Anschutz or a Target/Varmint). My question is: Would it be more economical to buy a new rifle at Bi-Mart (I think they're around $200 right now) and sell the factory barrel and stock, or is there somewhere to buy just the receiver and bolt? I wouldn't expect to sell the takeoff parts for much, but I imagine I could get at least $40-$50 for the brand new factory barrel and stock (please correct me if this is wrong). From my searching, I haven't been able to find an economical bolt and receiver--all the aftermarket ones I find are more then the base rifle itself. I'm not looking for the ultimate target rifle, just something that will work for plinking and varmint hunting. I know that the basic 10/22, unmodified, will suit my tasks just fine, but I just love the way that the B&C feels and I like the extra weight up front that the bull barrel imparts. I would be open to buying a used rifle and scavenging the bolt and receiver from that, but it seems people are asking about the same price for a used one as I could purchase new from Bi-Mart. So, any help or words of advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for the help!