10/22's Rigged Up For Zombie Varmint Attacks?

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by BigEd63, May 10, 2008.

  1. BigEd63

    BigEd63 G&G Evangelist

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    Okay. Who here is into tricking out 10/22's for plinking, rimfire trainers for other rifles like AR's or M1A's?

    Here is a 10/22 that I'm setting up for both cheap AR like practice and possum "control".

    Bought it used and it already came with a good trigger job and modified bolt release. I first added a TAPCO T6 stock, cheap red dot and a Brinkmann "Tac" light.

    Then I ran across UTG's rail system for the 10/22 at a local shop; which I needed to trim the T6 forend tip to install but other wise was no trouble.

    Here's an early pic with the T6 stock and a close up of the UTG Rail.
     

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  2. billy

    billy G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    i just got done watching a movie
    THE KILLER SHREWS
    that rifle was tailor made for it!
     

  3. jmp8927

    jmp8927 G&G Evangelist

    How good is that rail btw? I've been thinking about buying one.
     
  4. Biged63 I don't own a 10/22 but I see your from Arkansas.
    Where about do you live ?
    I live around El Dorado.
    WELCOME to GUN and GAME ARKIE !
    ...A.H
     
  5. BigEd63

    BigEd63 G&G Evangelist

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    It looks very well made but with all things made in China looks can be deceiving.

    After shooting a brick of .22's per each range trip and running down possum's at night we'll see how well it holds up.

    Belive me guys if it ends up FUBAR due to materials and workmanship I will be here screaming to heck about it.

    Tanks for the welcome.:)

    I live in Washington County just East of Fayettville.
     
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  6. Hey BigEd 63, I libe in Benton county, and work east of Fayetteville on hwy 45.
    Maybe we can share a cup of coffee someday.
    Mike
     
  7. BigEd63

    BigEd63 G&G Evangelist

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    Sure that'd be cool.

    You ever use the public range at Hobbs WMA?
     
  8. Everyone needs a zombie Ruger. This is a Krinker Plinker kit.
    [​IMG]
     
  9. BigEd63

    BigEd63 G&G Evangelist

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    Oh yeah just love what can be done with the 10/22!
     
  10. K.H.

    K.H. G&G Newbie

    That is one mighty fine .22, I havent really done much to mine because I kind of like how it looks with the wood stock.
     
  11. K.H.

    K.H. G&G Newbie

    Dont shoot at me!!!
     
  12. JMcDonald

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    Heh, Id take one against human zombies!
     
  13. BigEd63

    BigEd63 G&G Evangelist

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    Updated version with AR type sights set to co-witness with the red dot.
     

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  14. Delphin25

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    Nice 10/22 (all of em)
    I Just started my 10/22 ninja zombie killer project.
    Got hardwood stock, carbine, black, just bought Bushnell 22 rimfire 3-9 scope today. I want a muzzle brake flash suppressor and non barrel mounted bipod.
    Have you killed any possums with yours yet?
    I'm getting real tempted to take one out that crosses my back fence in the evenings and drives my 2 dogs nuts.
     
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  15. hoochbear

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    have a camera mounted on your krinker plinker yet?
    just think, the possibilities on utube.
    not reality, actuality. :) yeah
     
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  16. hoochbear

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    far as I'm concerned, about the only good thing about the weak dollar is that hopefully our native arms manufacturers are making good profits from export.

    now ammo. that's a different story..
    I can see it now, the anti gun forces love the spiraling price of ammo. Next thing you know, we'll all be supposed to be shooting only non toxic air soft from air guns.

    It aint the speed of the bullet that kills...
    it's the sudden stop.
     
  17. hoochbear

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    fergit the zombies and old possums!
    The GA Farm Bureau's adopted 2008 AG policy - under Wildlife Management: "We support a state bounty to be paid to hunters to control coyotes."
    Just think. A bountiful harvest.
    Year Round. One tail at a time.
    Get paid for doing what comes naturally.
     
  18. big shrek

    big shrek G&G Evangelist

    Um, how MUCH is the Bounty?? Might be worth a short drive...