Joe,That's a lot of EBR to spit out .22's! Neat!
Of course, this picture will be Exhibit A in the case to include 10/22's on their next AWB proposal.:angry:
But that's in part why I like it . . . I hope it is. It demonstrates perfectly the idiocy of such cosmetic distinctions.
One question. With that stock, does it still take the factory 10-round mags, or only the higher-caps? Just curious.
OK. I just wasn't sure because I couldn't see into the mag well. Any problems dropping free when released? I'd guess no, but just wanted to be sure.Joe,
Of course it uses the factory 10rd mags, as well as high cap's, but Black Dog Machine recently announced a new 50rd mag for the 10/22 (patents & production are already in place)...
I agree, on both points. I still think "assault" .22s are a joke, but in this case, its the ultimate training weapon for the SR-556 I however wont buy anything AR looking, for the reason of being different!Wow, I always thought "assault" style .22s were a joke but that's neat. I definitely see how that would make for a good training platform where you could save bundles of cash on ammo.
Here is one - 115-0000...I am looking for a 10/22 with a s/n below 236-0000, that way I can dress it up like this one.