Grey Birch Solutions has a modular chassis system for the ever-popular Ruger 10/22 style of .22lr rifle. Take a look-see.
I take teaching seriously, and recently tested several .22 rimfire designs with some inexperienced shooters. Here's what I found.
<p>Ruger nailed it when they built the rotary box magazine for the 10/22. Imagine the variety of available .22 rimfire loads. Consider the care (or lack of care, really) we give to rimfire rounds. And the grime they generate in the action. These things take a beating and I've never had one fail.</p>
<p>With the election in favor of pro-gun Americans, will the once market-dominating 10/22 return to it's former greatness?!</p>
<p>In the past, non-factory 10/22 magazines with more capacity than 10 rounds were finnicky and unreliable at best. There were a few exceptions, but for the most part anything other than Ruger 10-rounders were sub-par.</p> <p>That all changed with the introduction of the BX-25.</p>