How accurate is a stock Ruger 10/22?
Just for grins, I shot a rifle match today. 22 rim fire at 75, 125, and 175 yards. Used a completely stock Ruger 10/22 with regular factory ammo and went up against a truck load of target grade and match grade rifles. Result: tied for 2nd - hit 28 out of 30 plates on a windy day. Miracles do happen.
Guess it's close to the time when I'll be upgrading to a better barrel?, stock?, trigger assembly?, and bipod?? You guys ever get the feeling that upgrades could be a major mistake, haha.