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10/22 Sbr

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by DrBaker, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. DrBaker

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    You may have noticed I'm the new owner of 10/22 receiver thanks to carready. Woot Woot!

    I think NFA is the only way to go. I want to do it up right!


    Any suggestions or links to pics of 10/22 SBRs?



    Josh-L and CAR-AR-M16 both gave good suggestions on the "locked" thread. Josh recommended a setup that sounds very similar to my other 10/22 that is black. I also like CAR's recommendation to SBR it with a short fat one.


    What would this look like?

    9in heavy barrel like the pics in the other thread
    ---have it fluted (because fluting makes me tingle)
    ---coat it in FDE
    side folding stock w/the metal folding arm
    ---coat the metal of the stock in FDE
    factory receiver coated in, you guessed it, FDE
     
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    I do not know anything about the 10/22, but that would be very kool as a SBR!!!
     
  3. DrBaker

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    Are there any good sites that have mass pics of the SBR'd 10/22s?
     
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    I wanted to build a short 10/22 until I shot one with a 5 inch barrel and my warlock. I was not impressed with the sound. It had a significant pop from the ejection port. It reminded me of a suppressed Beretta 21 except the ejection port was only a few inches from my ear. It's weird because my 5 inch rimfire AR upper is much quieter with the same can.

    It was a cool little gun and I was really disappointed with how it sounded because I wanted to build my own.

    If I ever get another 10/22, I will have MAS, John Norrell, or Curtis Higgins build an integral can for it.




    Rob
     
  5. DrBaker

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    I appreciate the input.

    I've never been too interested in the integral stuff, but I will put it on the list of potentials.

    Keep the ideas rolling in.
     
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    That's what I'm wanting to do to my 10/22 after I finish my SBR AR. Mine'll have a Butler Creek side folder, haven't decided on barrel length, but it'll be short. And the barrel will be one of those Green Mountain aero barrels.
     
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    Screw SBRing it.... Benson has a full auto kit for it in stock!!!!!!!!!



    Seriously though I really haven't seen that many cool "shorty" 10/22's that I can remember. I think stock options might limit you.
     
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    Add a FDE EOTech and it would be really cool.
     

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