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Old 05-04-2012, 20:42   #1
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Auto bolt stop

I kinda like how on my mini after the last round the bolt locks open. Is there a way to reliably do that with a 10/22?
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These guys make one, but can only work with modified mags. I thought about doing it, but it is a kind of a solution to a problem that doesn't exist, IMO. Definitely cool, but the 10/22 was designed to be dry fired safely. And the thought of modifying all my mags or buying new ones doesn't feel right.

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Yeah I saw that. That solution doesn't appeal to me.
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the Mod to make the 10/22 auto bolt release, IE using this:
, or modding the existing one to look like that has an effect on firing pin or dry firing or what exactly are you guys meanimng?
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That mod AFAIK is so the bolt can be released one handed. I was wondering about a setup where the bolt locked back after the last bullet was ejected.
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Ok I see, yes that mod makes bolt release a one handed affair. I thought you guys were saying the mod has a negative effect on the firing pin.
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Yeah I don't like that mod. Hoping for something diff. I know it doesn't "matter" but I like it on my mini. Want the same on the 10/22
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I think you may be SOL unless you're willing to use modified mags. Don't quote me, but, I believe a unmodified mag will not even function with the bolt stop installed. Too bad, cause I might bite if they could be used simultaneously.
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Yeah figured. Well it's by no means a "necessity".
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