Customize the Ruger 10/22

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Gun Digest Books, Jul 20, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 304 pages
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*More than 4 million Ruger 10/22s have been produced*Provides step-by-step directions and extensive illustrations for quick customizing*Taps into hundreds of available aftermarket accessoriesThe Swiss-Army knife of .22 rifles - - the Ruger 10/22 is one of the most common firearms in use today. Now, shooters can learn budget-savvy tips for customizing their favorite little rifle with aftermarket add-ons. Customize The Ruger 10/22 is the perfect guide for shooters with a do-it-yourself spirit because: *The Ruger 10/22's design makes customizing fast and easy - - within a matter of minutes shooters can have a rifle with a completely different look*Instructions involve basic operation of the rifle, choosing and installing accessories, and evaluating and testing ammunition*Aftermarket accessories such as barrels, stocks, sights, muzzle breaks and magazine releases are readily available in retail stores, on the Internet and through catalogers
  

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Infinite Variety for the 10/22

User Review  - docharris - Overstock.com

The Ruger 10/22 is an inexpensive rifle, that offers so many possibilities fro enhancement (and improvement). The book provides enough suggestions on enhancements that allows almost any owner to ... Read full review

sweet alterations

User Review  - Walmart

With a couple notes here and there turned my Simi to full auto Read full review

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Contents

History and Current Versions of the Ruger 1022
6
Design Characteristics and Concerns
21
Ammunition
38
Performance of Factory Rifles
67
How the 1022 Works
87
Some Basic Operations Tools and Techniques
119
Stocks for the Ruger 1022
145
Barrels for the Ruger 1022
176
Fire Control Parts
188
Sights for the Ruger 1022
211
Testing Some Custom Rifles
242
The Ruger 1022 Magnum
282
Sources for the 1022 Shopper
297
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About the author (2006)

James E. House has written three textbooks on chemistry and quantum mechanics, including one that he co-authored with his wife, Kathleen. Now retired, he enjoys traveling to mountain states and spending time afield with airguns. He has written several articles for U.S. Airgun Magazine, a publication for which he is also field editor, and is the author of American Air Rifles. He resides in Bloomington, Illinois.

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