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Old January 2, 2013, 09:54 PM   #15
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I own two Ruger 10/22 carbines. One is around 17 years old, the other 2 years old. Both stainless, and both with the Volquartzen trigger kits. The older one has a nice polished finish. The newer one looks like it was bead blasted then painted grey. Painted receiver too. The older one has a nice smooth feel when you open the bolt, and it‘s been that way since day one. The newer one feels like it has sand in the receiver, and isn‘t getting better with use. But, both shoot great at about 3 MOA, and feed and eject flawlessly when using quality ammo.
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