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    Default 17-hm2

    I recieved the parts for my 10-22 to 17-hm2 conversion today. I went with a Magnum lite grahpite barrel and the new bolt handle made by Magnum Research. The gun fires perfect. It shoots a 1/2" group at 100 yards. Look out rabbits! Here is a pic.
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    Default better pic

    here is a bettter pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkiller View Post
    here is a bettter pic.
    How much was the conversion kit for this. I am currently looking at the same thing with an old 10/22 of mine. Does it include anything besides the barrel, stock and new bolt assembly?
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    Default Go for it

    The kit I bought is just the berrel and bolt handle. Here is a link.http://www.hornetproducts.com/ViewPr...mber=ABAR17HM2

    I am thinking about buying a volquartsen trigger next.

    The stock is a houge over molded.

    Hornet had the stuff to me in four days and shipping was reasonable.
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    Default Where are you from?

    Wolfkiller, where are you from? I would like to check this gun out if your not too far from Elmendorf. I have looked at quite a few choices in kits and this one seams pretty expensive. Boyds has a heck of a kit for about half that. I just bought a sweet laminated stock today for the new project off of Ebay. Now just have to get the guts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkiller View Post
    The kit I bought is just the berrel and bolt handle. Here is a link.http://www.hornetproducts.com/ViewPr...mber=ABAR17HM2

    I am thinking about buying a volquartsen trigger next.

    The stock is a houge over molded.

    Hornet had the stuff to me in four days and shipping was reasonable.
    US Air Force - retired and Wildlife photographer

    To follow my photography adventures check out my facebook page

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    I live in North pole. I really wanted the carbon barrel and that is what costs. If you go with a different kit let me know how it works.

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    Smile WTB stove

    Wolfkiller, I got a post from you asking where I was located from my post about looking to buy or trade for a laser39 toyo stove, and I responded to you that I live in North pole also. Since than I have not recieved any more post do you have one that you are willing to part with? I did not know of any other way to contact you other than one of your other post, please let me know if you have one of these stoves and if so how you like it. Paul
    my E-mail is paulc_smith@dot.state.ak.us Thanks!

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    Wolfkiller

    Glad too hear the kit worked out well considering the same for my 10/22

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