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RUGER 10/22?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by BenelliM2, Jul 14, 2010.

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  1. BenelliM2

    BenelliM2 TS Member

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    Right now I am in the process of building a 10/22 and want to know if there is a part out there that you can buy that will allow the bolt to stay back after the last shot in the clip has been fired? Have not seen any parts out there. If there is a part,what is the cost?

    Jordan Dekker, FRGC Member
     
  2. Bob Merkov

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    Jordon,

    Go to Rimfire.com. You can find out anything about the 10/22 there.

    Bob M.
     
  3. skeeljc

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    Jordan, I do not think you will find anything. There is nothing on the rotary magazine that can be sensed when the mag is empty.

    There are aftermarket bolt hold open devices that will allow you to release an open bolt by just pulling back on the operating handle and letting the bolt go forward. The stock bolt hold open requires that you push the bolt hold open and hold it in while you pull back and release the operating handle.

    Jim Skeel
     
  4. fordtough

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    there is nothing of the sort.
     
  5. Savage99Stan

    Savage99Stan Active Member

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    Agreed, nothing available. Also, for what it is worth....if you have installed or modified the device which allows you to pull back slightly then release the bolt and have put in a target hammer/trigger and lightened the trigger pull down to half a pound or so, you now have a single shot (most target shooters will agree...light triggers and the bolt release modification can let this thing slamfire.)

    Lots of guys epoxy magazines bottom to bottom, load one round in each, fire one, reverse mags, pull the handle and lower the bolt, then fire the next. If you have a heavier trigger, it should be o.k. to shoot semi-auto.
     
  6. Jim101

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    Actually Brownells sells a bolt stop like you want, BUT you have to use the special magazine that goes with it.


    Jim
     
  7. ccw1911

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    1022 bolt hold open device.
    http://www.cstmtech.com/absk.html
     
  8. Jim101

    Jim101 Active Member

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    Yep that's the one in brownells catalog. Ross,Thanks for the website.




    Jim
     
  9. dog easy

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    Take a cruise through www.coolguyguns.com. This is Tony Kidd's website. If he doesn't make it you don't want it. MHO.

    Shoot safe, John
     
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