Over the past couple of months, we’ve been working with the great folks at Ruger and Brownells to customize a stock Ruger 10/22 Carbine. It’s now a fancy race rifle.
We’ve completed 3 steps out of the 5 planned for this Ruger 10/22 customization project. As my teenage kids would say, we’ve got “one sick rifle” at this point.
This week in Step 3, we’re adding a Force Trigger Housing System which gives us a competition grade trigger AND an extended magazine release that allows speedy magazine changes without losing your firing grip…
This week, we’re going to replace the barrel with a sporty competition model from Tactical Solutions – also graciously donated by Brownells…
That people would build entire companies around Ruger 10/22 customization speaks volumes about the quality, longevity, and flexibility of the rifle platform.
We’re going to document the transformation of a 10/22 rifle in a series. Brownells is donating the parts, Ruger is donating the 10/22 Carbine, and our staff is donating the labor and coverage.
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