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Old 01-13-2013, 10:30   #1
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Is the Green Mountain 20" Blue Fluted Bull Barrel 10/22 overkill?

I found a Green Mountain Fluted barrel for $127 shipped but it's 20". Is that overkill or will that be alright?

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Length: 20 inches
Rifling: 1 in 16 twist
.920 outside diameter
Fluted

Or the 18" Keystone Arms 18"x.920 Blue Fluted Bull Barrel?
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Old 01-13-2013, 13:51   #2
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I have the GM fluted 20" on my 10/22-- great barrel. And that is a really good price! Go for it.
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Old 01-13-2013, 21:49   #3
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I have the GM fluted 20" on my 10/22-- great barrel. And that is a really good price! Go for it.
Can you post a pic of the rifle with it?
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Old 01-13-2013, 22:41   #4
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I have a very accurate 1022 with a stock barrel. Bought it on sale at Dick's for $169 in 2001, as a gift to myself when I retired from active duty.

My three other 1022 are only average, 2in or so at 50y. My special 1022 will do 1.25in at 100y, sub 3/4 at 50y consistently with CCI subsonic. I think it can do better, I just need to find the prefect ammo for it.

One of the 1022's (bought used a few years ago) came with a steel Green Mt barrel and a right handed over-mold stock, it was more accurate than a "normal" stock 1022, I just did not like the weight. I sold the barrel and stock (I am a lefty) and returned it to normal. (Now it is a pink shorty for my little girl)

For $127 I would try it and if you don't like it, you are sure to get your money back. Since it is Aluminum you may like the weight.
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:04   #5
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Get it, you won't be sorry. I have an 18" blued heavy barrel and believe a 20" wouldn't really be noticeable as for the looks of the gun, and might even balance a bit better.
You'll find many of us use the 10/22 to dispose of our extra cash.
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Old 01-14-2013, 20:00   #6
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I am apparently incompetent when it comes to posting a picture; but trust me, the gun looks good with a 20" .920 fluted barrel in a Hogue Ghillie Green stock.
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Not overkill. I have a 16" GM barrel and it is very accurate.
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