indeed its realy alot of fun to do!The Ruger 10/22 seems to have morphed from a good little gun
to a starting point for customization. Anyway, many people really
do enjoy choosing from the phenominal amount of aftermarket
parts and services to, in a manner of speaking, "create their own
custom one-of-a-kind" gun.
Good luck and have fun.
Be all of that as it may, I bought one in 1969 and it is still original. I still like to shoot it and kind of like the fact that it is still original in spite of all the gadgets that I could have put on it. I feel the need, at times, to get a barreled action and really trick it out, but this old one will remain the same.
I read that a few days ago, blows my mind that some idiot wants to ban a 10/22.Yeah a couple of New Orleans blankity blanks in the Louisiana legerslature introduced a bill to bann 'em here!
Well I don't know about the rest of LA but my son and I are in the process of writing every listed House member in this state I've already got the addresses down 105 of them, tomorrow I'm going after the envelopes I do believe that between my son and myself we'll scronge up enough stamps. I also have the "form letter" written that we intend to send.I read that a few days ago, blows my mind that some idiot wants to ban a 10/22.
You folks in LA need to get together and do a mass e-mail to your law makers and tell them to get their sierra together or your voting them out of office.