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I own one & have kept it completely stock. After 1911 modifications & accessories I think the 10/22 has the most listings in Brownells. The first thing I would change is the trigger. I don't compete with it, however. It remains a desert plinker.
 

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Like 'em.
4 each at present.
Trigger job.
Set back the barrel, rechamber, or in one case, a new bull barrel.
Scope on 2.
Folder on one used as a survival rifle when flying. Brick of ammo stored in waterproof film canisters in my "kit."
 

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I have had several over the years,down to 1 right now.They are a good reliable .22.I have kept all mine pretty much stock but there are a lot of after market barrels and stocks available.Back before 94 the cool set up for them was a Butler Creek folding stock,muzzle brake and 30rd mags.Now days you will pay a premium price for one of those stocks and the mags ain't cheap either.The popular mods today for them are the heavy barrels and thumb hole stocks.
 

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I've got two of them. I have one decked out for a silhouette gun, and the other is an unmodified deluxe sporter. Both guns shoot very well and function reliably.

I agree with the comment on the 30-rnd mags. I remember buying Ramlines at gunshows at $8 each. Ahh, the good 'ole days.

For me, it is hard to beat the factory 10-round magazine. The design is simply awesome. I have a few mags that have tens of thousands of rounds through them and they still work perfectly. In my opinion, they are the best reason for buying a 10/22 over another model.
 

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Second gun I ever owned, at age 18. Still have it, still in bone-stock configuration. Although I hardly shoot .22LR anymore, it has always been a great fun gun and a good one to start new shooters on. It's always been 100% reliable with the factory 10-rounder, but all the plastic banana clips I've tried have been junk.

BTW this really belongs in the Long Arms forum.

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