Thread: 10/22 Selection
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Old January 23, 2013, 01:43 PM   #5
bpeezer
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The math doesn't take into account quality I don't know how a stock ruger bull barrel would compare to a Lothar Walther bull barrel or a Volquartsen Custom bull barrel, and I have to assume that (based on the price difference) there is a quality difference there.

I already have a scope with some nice rings, but I don't have anything for the trigger assembly. If I start replacing all of that, could I just build one from scratch instead? For instance, would I be able to buy the trigger assembly, receiver, bolt, stock, and barrel and put all of that together to make a 10/22? Or is there some additional hardware required?

I don't intend to use the rifle for competition target shooting, but having high quality parts will put a smile on my face every time I get it out.
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