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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
My leather rifle sling was a little too long, and made the rifle awkward to carry. I bought it from abroad inexpensively, and figured it would need work. Truthfully, I couldn’t buy the raw leather materials in the USA for anywhere near as cheap as I bought this leather sling finished. I figured I would […]
My sister is moving from anti 2A California to anti 2A New York for work and family reasons. She won’t legally be allowed to take her Springfield 9mm pistol with her, so we are doing an FFL transfer of her firearm to me. A firearm safety certificate(FSC) is required for gun transfers in California, and […]