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Thread: 17 HMR 3/4 scale ar15

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    WELL THEY HAVE THE CONVERSION THAT USES THE ORIGINAL BOLT AND MAGS OF THE 10/22 YOU JUST CHANGE THE BARRELCHAMBERED TO THE 17 MACH 2
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    biggun, you are correct, its a 10 22 in 22mag that can be converted and add a heavier charging handle for more weight. I called my friend and had him pull it from the safe..
    IT WAS MY UNDERSTANDING THAT RUGER HAD PLANED TO RELEASE THE 17HMR-22 BUT GOULD NEVER GET ALL THE BUGS OUT OF IT, SO THE NEVER RELEASED THERE VERSION (TO BAD). SOME CONVERSIONS ARE REPORTED TO WORK GREAT SOME ARE NOT GOOD. HOW DOES YOUR FRIENDS SHOOT???? THE RUGGER 22 MAGS ARE DISCONTINUED AS WELL AND GO FOR WAY TO MUCH $$$$ IMOA.

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    Guys this is done off a chinese harbour freight mill/drill, no CNC
    another WOW
    When you get a chance put up the model # of that mill, thanks in advance.

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    heres a link to a similar setup but this one has a power downfeed. Same basic thing though, look around they are $750 at tool days and stuff

    Enco - Guaranteed Lowest Prices on Machinery, Tools and Shop Supplies

    Gotta go

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    THAt is going to be awesome. Make sure to keep us up-to-date.
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    any chance you want to sell a set up like this??

    id be in right now....

    or maybe an 80% receiver that needed holes and such drilled?
    say what you mean & mean what you say


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    its not cost effective. I might be willing to sell that 22 lower as its already made.

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    Gunter,
    so what your saying is the bolt mass should be around 15 oz or 425 grams. So 4140 at .750" is 56.666 grams per inch means 7.5" (+ a little) The bolt length in the upper is only about 4" so I need to add tungsten and use a functional buffer tube.

    Do you know a spring weight for the 10/22mag?

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    If you're going to make it have an ar15 style buffer, couldn't you just add lead to a hollow buffer to bring the weight up so your total weight of the bolt and buffer were 17 oz?
    Last edited by moleman; 07-26-2012 at 09:04 PM.

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    yes or some tungsten, but an almost 1lb bolt???

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