How to Modify a Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic rifle

Ruger 10/22 rifles are ideally suited for informal target shooting, plinking, small game hunting, and action-shooting events. Many models exist, including the standard 10/22 Carbine, the Ruger Deluxe Sporter, the Ruger All-Weather 10/22, Rifle models, a Compact model, and a Target model.

This video tutorial will show you how to install a Christie & Christie Super Stock on your Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic rifle. You'll learn how to do a few other modifications, and learn the pros and cons about the setup, not to mention breaking down the weapon, which means disassembling it.

Finding good hi-cap (high capacity) magazines for the Ruger 10/22 can be tricky, so be careful.

(1) Part 1 of 2 - How to Modify a Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic rifle, (2) Part 2 of 2 - How to Modify a Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic rifle

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these two videos are brilliant! So helpful. I've just recently bought one of these guns so am still exploring just how I can modify it and having someone demonstrating how to do it aswell is great. Thankyou!! Although, being in the UK I doubt parts will be so inexpensive, even with being a club member. Yours looks fab BTW.

Regards, Frankie.

PS. Liked the Beowulf/Silent Hill music, couldn't place the last song though :( :P

these two videos are brilliant! So helpful. I've just recently bought one of these guns so am still exploring just how I can modify it and having someone demonstrating how to do it aswell is great. Thankyou!! Although, being in the UK I doubt parts will be so inexpensive, even with being a club member. Yours looks fab BTW.

Regards, Frankie.

PS. Liked the Beowulf/Silent Hill music, couldn't place the last song though :( :P

Thanks alot for the info. I have already done a recoil buffer, alto bolt release, extended mag release and put in a Volquartsen trigger hammer and spring kit. The trigger pull is spot in NW and I shot like a 2.5 inch group at 150 yards with a 6-14x Bushnell.

I wanna keep that assembly the same, but you've made me want to go get a second One and do the stock setup with a Red Dot or holographic sight just for fun. I don't hunt, my guns are only or sport, or self defense, and lately, other than the requisite practice needed to proficiently carry a gun, I ind myself shooting cheap .22lr. As you said, shooting as a hobby is quite expensive. I pay about $10 for 50 rounds of 9mm, $17 for 50 in .40 cal, or $18-24 bucks for 500-555 of .22lr. It should be a no-brainer. Thanks bud!

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