CZ Upland Ultralight Green 20 Ga

I recently bought a CZ Upland Ultralight Green 2016 in a 20 gauge for my girlfriend as an early Christmas gift. I shopped around, looked for the literal best bang for the buck, but also wanted a light shotgun with lesser recoil that my girlfriend could carry and use to hunt chukar and grouse. I […]

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CZ 557 Carbine 270 Rifle

I recently acquired a CZ 557 Carbine Rifle chambered in 270. I was looking for an accurate medium and big game rifle chambered in .270. Specifically, I wanted an accurate, durable rifle with a quality carbine length barrel, fixed sights, a good trigger, smooth bolt operation, and good furniture. I found all of that with […]

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The Ruger 10/22 Trigger Job

Installing the Volquartsen hammer intoe the 10/22 reduced the trigger pull resistance from approximately 6-8 lbs. down to around 3 lbs. This makes it much easier to control any unintended movement from pulling the trigger while shooting, and greatly improved accuracy and repeat-ability.

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The Ruger 10/22 – Crowning and Bedding

Sticking to the original purpose and use of the gun for hunting, I did not want to invest a ton of money changing the character of the rifle. I simply wanted to increase my accuracy a bit, and take small game ethically at longer distances.

I decided to do 3 things. Re crown the barrel, bed the receiver and barrel at the fore-end of the stock, change the hammer.

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The Ruger 10/22

First post in a series of posts about a standard Ruger 10/22. I cover the process to accurize it on a tight budget, while keeping the original character and improving the my ability to take small game at greater distances. This isn’t about shooting paper, its about improving a good rifle without breaking the bank.

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