Heavily Modified Ruger 10-22. As stock like already said above and thank you evlbikwphz, it had some issues. A left hand over sized safety is NOT a good idea. Vorquartsen, (sp?) insides. Trigger and guts. Oversize mag release. Stock bolt. Various recoil springs to suit. Buffer pin. Eight, (8) inch Green Mountain Charger Barrel, SS, heavy contour, Bentz Chamber, 1x9 twist.
A Frankenstein Butler Creek/Choate folder. Choate rear, Butler Creek front. Chopped for the 8" barrel. Chopped unknown make black plastic fore end top. Nodak Spud rear site, top rail and front site. Two extra drilled and taped top receiver screw holes and screws for a total of five. Various scopes. A Cheapo but good HEAVY Russian NVMT Yukon 3X nite scope.
Right now the old family 1x4x20 Leopold dangerous game scope. Superb glass. Necessary for daylight monster killing including mice, rats, moles, gofers, sometimes skunks. Now not used much. Too cold. Too wet. SW OR USA. Usually a summer time garden pest killer. Very accurate. One big hole at 25 yards. Never printed at 50 to 100 yards. Would be fun.
Elite Iron Echo 6" Can. Stainless steel. All parts except tube available from factory. Very precise. They want to thread your barrel to make sure. Very quiet. Comes apart for cleaning. You hear the hammer drop. A POP. The action cycling. Then a thump or bong when the Aquila SSS 60 gr. long bullet hits something. We are playing with a hollow pointer. Will advise. FUN!
Left handed. Very little if no gas back in face. Two, (2) tax stamps. One for the registered SBR, the other for the can.
All Oregon State, US Code Laws And NFA Rules Apply.
Green Mountain Barrels.
Echo 6" Can.
.22rf bullet hollow pointer.
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Edited by HB of CJ, 13 December 2017 - 05:10 PM.