Discussion in 'Cast & Blast' started by surfnsully, Nov 26, 2013.
Looks like a Boyds Evolution.
Boyd's would be correct. The action was just painstakingly bedded.
My only gripe with them is the short LOP, but that's what makes it a great youth gun.
Which is another reason to love these, or .22's in-general . . . they make you a kid again . . .
I won a Remington 597 at a National Wild Turkey Federation banquet a couple years ago and after a lot of rounds through it with the grandkids, I took it apart, installed an after market hammer and extractor, and cleaned it up. Free floated the barrel and the thing is a tack driver! Fun to shoot at the range and who knows, I may hunt squirrels with it some day! BTW-was watching speed steel at Islanders range last Sunday and the .22 might be fun for that as well! Rick
BTW-Kesselrings had .22 a week ago-limit two 500 round bricks. I think we will see .22 ammo widely available soon. Rick
Kesselrings is still open? I thought the feds shut them down over ATF violations of some sort?
Nevermind, found the answer. They are still open and just selling everything but guns.
I use my 10/22 as my grouse gun. Target shooting is fun with it and as lucky enough to pick up a life time of ammo before it became non existent.
I use my 10/22 for Speed Steel competition and the local Falling Plate match has a rim fire rifle category as well. Barrel is chopped and floated, assorted Volquartsen trigger parts and the stock is Hydro Printed in "Zombie Camo" pattern. To help with the length of pull I installed a 1" aftermarket butt pad.