Guys- Late last summer I bought a Ruger 10-22 for plinking with my daughter, I started modding it even though I promised myself that I wouldn't... you who have traveled this road know exactly what's coming. I ended up slightly modding the first one, totally redid the trigger group, refinished the receiver and added hi viz sights, then I kept my promise and put it away... and then bought a second one! I decided to build an "ultimate" as they say at Rimfire central. I wanted a very light, very compact, well balanced and above all extremely accurate 10-22. My mods are listed below. I ended up with a 6 pound, perfectly balanced super compact rifle. As far as accuracy, from the bench at 25 yards with CCI standard velocity ammo on Thanksgiving day afternoon I shot my best five shot group yet with this gun - .187 inch group, measured center to center. For comparison, I was able to cover the group with an asprin! This rifle is a joy to shoot either from the bench or off hand. The trigger breaks clean with no pre travel right at 2.5 pounds! During this "journey" I accumulated lots of parts that I knew sooner or later I would be posting for sale. Later today I'm going to go through what I have and am going to post them in the want ads. Off the top of my head I know that I have three bull barrels, two Hogue overmolded stocks, at least one metal trigger group housing and one plastic one. Any of you that post at Rimfirecentral feel free to let your buds there know what I have up for grabs. I was going to keep all of it for future builds but after I totalled up what I spent on this one I think I have to give it a bit of a rest for now. Specs and pics as promised... Base 10 22 Carbine Volquartsen THM carbon fiber shrouded barrel Leupold VX1 2-7 x 28 fine duplex reticle rimfire scope Leupold alumina scope covers Leupold Rifleman low rings Hogue overmolded stock ghillie tan Tactical Solutions magazine release Raven eye oversize trigger group pins Power Custon hammer and adjustable sear kit Volquartsen takedown screw Volquartsen target trigger Volquartsen exact edge extractor Stock bolt reworked by Connecticut Percision Chambering (bolt radiused, polished, firing pin pinned in channel, headspace reground and squared, bolt side jeweled) Tuffer buffer bolt buffer DIY removed all factory finish, polished receiver inside and out then refinished with Aluma hyde II DIY modified 10-22 magnum bolt charging assembly to fit receiver DIY radiused and polished trigger return plunger DIY auto bolt release Total cost including base rifle was just a tad over $1100.00 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!