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JG 10/22 Bolt Lock

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Yourshoesareuntied, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. Yourshoesareuntied

    Yourshoesareuntied Sharpshooter

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    I just ordered one, and was wondering if anyone here has had one.

    If you never heard of it, it replaces the standard bolt lock/release on a 10/22 with a new lever, a roll pin and bushings, what you end up with is a way to flick a switch and lock your bolt closed to go into a single shot mode on your Ruger 10/22. This eliminates the bolt from cycling making a difference in the noise when shooting suppressed.

    I will post pictures of the product before and after installing.
     
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    Interesting
     
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    Just noticed they named the newest version of this device the "Ruger Ballistic Bolt Lock" they dont have a website or a online market, its ordered via a few emails and a PayPal payment.
     
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    Ok this is cool my kit came in today here's a picture of the new parts View attachment 33906
    Ill put this in and post a video of how it functions
     
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    Here's a quick video of the device installed. I will do a video later with it in action. I don't have a calibrated db meater but I do have an ipad app I used when I was running sound and it reported an acceptable range compared to the stand-alone db meater.
     
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    I'd like to try one of these. PM me a link if you would.
     
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    I'd be interested as well
     
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    He told me he currently has 12 in stock and will be a long time before he get's another run completed. His name is Tom Wheeler email is nifer553@aol.com , He has been quick to respond to my emails and shipping was appropriately quick.

    You will complete your transaction using paypal he will state you can select the gift option or add an additional 3% for the business transaction. I used this option for a little added consumer protection, being I haven't done this style of purchase before.

    He normally sells them for 98.00 + 8.00 s&h , he is letting the last of this run go for 85.00 + s&h

    He stated they are made from S7 tool steel
     
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    A much cheaper option is to just hold the bolt closed with your thumb.
     
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    You can use a .223 case to hold the bolt closed too. Fits right behind the handle. I like this design, but for $100 he can keep it. No way it costs even $20 to make that.
     

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