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Old 07-23-2011, 11:35 AM
SD Handgunner SD Handgunner is offline
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What I have done with several 10/22's over the years is to free float the barrel channel in the stock. I start about 2" or so in front of the receiver and sand away the barrel channel out to the forend tip so the forend does not touch the barrel. I then take a sanding drum on a dremel tool and open up the top portion of the barrel band so it des not touch the barrel.

This has done wonders on several 10/22's that I have done this to. This together with a trigger job and you'd swear you weren't shooting the same gun.

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