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New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« on: August 02, 2016, 04:31:18 PM »
I just started another 10/22 project, this is my fourth one in a series of projects that mostly involve custom stocks modified from Ruger factory wood stocks

http://tincanbandit.blogspot.com/2016/03/1022-projects.html

This one will be mimicking the gun below (from the rimfire central forum)




My plan is to:

    strip and polish a factory 10/22 Charger receiver and add a KIDD rear tang
    strip, polish and perform trigger/action job on a factory 10/22 aluminum trigger assembly
    Perform some accurizing mods to a factory bolt then polish and jewel it
    polish a factory stainless barrel
    Add a 50mm scope
    build a custom thumb-hole stock using a factory beech wood stock as the basis

and do all of this on a $400 +/- budget

Here is my 1st blog post, I would post the pictures here individually, but I am lazy and that takes a lot of time

http://tincanbandit.blogspot.com/2016/07/the-1022-target-rifle-project-part-1.html
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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2016, 07:52:34 PM »
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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2016, 09:24:09 AM »
Part II

I perform trigger/action job and polish the aluminum trigger housing

http://tincanbandit.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-1022-target-rifle-project-part-2.html
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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2016, 04:04:51 PM »
Like all my 10/22s I had planned on giving this gun a full on trigger and action tuning, by polishing the parts and installing a reduced power trigger spring.

We will also install a KIDD auto bolt release and aftermarket billet aluminum trigger.

We will finish it up by polishing the whole housing to a bright shine.

We start by sanding the finish off the aluminum housing



Sandpaper, Dremel, buffer multiple items were used to get the aluminum shiny. I found the aluminum to be quite soft. 220 grit paper would leave deep scratches, I had to stick with 320 and higher grits.

I wanted to give the interior a serious cleaning, so I removed the safety while I was polishing the housing. To fit it back in I used a cheap trick, I drilled a 1/4" hole in a pencil and used it to hold the spring and plunger in place while I inserted the safety

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #4 on: August 05, 2016, 04:07:37 PM »
I didn't bother with the top portion of the housing, it will be hidden by the stock, I may go back and polish it more later



Next I performed an action/trigger job by polishing the internal mating surfaces including:
Hammer strut
Hammer sear engagement and the top where it engages the bolt
Trigger sear
Trigger spring plunger
Magazine catch
Magazine catch pocket



I used the 2 1/4 lbs spring (the white one) from the KIDD spring kit

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #5 on: August 05, 2016, 04:10:52 PM »
The KIDD spring kit came with a "slave pin" to assist in installing the trigger/sear/dis-connector assembly

This is an Atomic Arms billet trigger



A little oil and some patience and we have a complete trigger assembly. I checked the trigger pull and inexplicably it came in at around 5 lbs??
It may be the mixing of old and new parts, I will do some additional investigating to see if I can get it down below 3lbs

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #6 on: August 21, 2016, 07:59:51 PM »
So, any more updates?
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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #7 on: August 22, 2016, 07:08:38 PM »
http://tincanbandit.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-1022-target-rifle-project-part-3.html

Part 3 of this build, we are now working on the receiver.

If you remember, I purchased a new Charger receiver on Gun Broker. It has the standard satin black powder coat finish.


We will strip the factory powder coating back down to bare aluminum and polish it to a high shine

We will also perform some machine work to install the KIDD rear tang.

Before getting to the polishing and machine work we'll tackle an easy task:
One of my 10/22 cheap tricks I covered in March, was building your own bolt buffers using chain saw fuel line and stainless steel round stock. Since this is a DIY type build I decided to make my own bolt buffer.
The materials are perfect for this application. The fuel line is made from Tygon which as you would expect is oil (and gas) resistant and designed to remain flexible for years. Stainless steel is......well there is no need to explain stainless steel.

I ordered up a foot of 1/4"OD x 1/8"ID synthetic Tygon fuel line and two 6" pieces of stainless 1/8" rod. Both pieces were acquired from ebay vendors.



The total outlay was $8 and I can make at least 9 of them, if I am careful with my cutting, which makes the cost of the bolt buffer about a dollar and 5 minutes of time.

I marked the 1/14" on the rod and inserted it into the tubing



 Then cut to length

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #8 on: August 22, 2016, 07:15:02 PM »
A test fit showed it to be a tad long



A touch with the belt sander and the fit is flush



Here is my homemade buffer next to one I bought earlier.

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #9 on: August 22, 2016, 07:21:41 PM »
To install the KIDD rear tang, we had to machine the back of the receiver and drill a hole for the screw


I did not take pictures of the process, but here is the end result....



The current 10/22 receivers are powder coated, so I needed to remove the powder coating before I could polish the metal.

Before polishing the receiver I wanted to fit the rear tang to the receiver. The rear tang was designed to match the flat rib on the top of the KIDD receiver.
Also if you are wondering why the hole is low in the recess, it is to make room for a the cleaning hole that many people put in their receivers (hole is inline with the bore).

The different contours left a high spot on each side



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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2016, 07:27:12 PM »
A little filing cleaned it up and made the transition in-perceivable to the touch



Now it is time to remove the factory powder coating so we can start polishing


I am using Aircraft Paint stripper....weird coincidence that the newspaper used is an article on Boeing's 100th anniversary




After scrapping off the old coating with a plastic scraper we can see what the bare metal looks like




A close up, you can see the metal is just "brushed", not very smooth.

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #11 on: August 22, 2016, 07:30:50 PM »
Before going too far, I clean out the lettering with a sharp pick, don't want to risk scratching the metal after I polish it.



I found the metal to be REALLY soft. I could not use anything coarser than 320 grit and I could not use hard pressure. Doing so resulted in the metal "balling" up like a snow ball in the sand paper and gouging the metal



Scratches from the metal in the sand paper



After sanding to a 600 grit finish, I installed the scope mount screws to prevent dishing out the holes, plus they are stainless and will polish up nicely.


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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #12 on: August 22, 2016, 07:37:04 PM »
almost done, I may have to go to the Mother's polish and finish by hand, my polishing compound isn't "gentle" enough to get a perfect shine on the buffer






I decided Ava needed some more color, so I "borrowed" some nail polish from my daughter as well as some non-acetone nail polish remover.



After one application

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #13 on: August 22, 2016, 07:41:34 PM »


 I let the polish dry under the lamp and a while later performed another application




One final finishing touch, I bought a some new stainless button head cap screws to replace the black one that came with the KIDD rear tang





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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #14 on: August 22, 2016, 08:54:06 PM »
What did you use on the receiver after the 600 grit paper?  That is blindingly shiny!  If you would've done the first layer of the lettering in white then the next layer in red would be brighter and stand out better.
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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #15 on: August 22, 2016, 11:12:54 PM »
What did you use on the receiver after the 600 grit paper?  That is blindingly shiny!  If you would've done the first layer of the lettering in white then the next layer in red would be brighter and stand out better.

hmm, I'll have to try the white base coat trick

After the 600 grit I went to 1000, 2000, then Crokus cloth, then to the buffer....although my abrasive was a little too aggressive, so I will finish it off by hand using Mother's aluminum polish and a soft rag
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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #16 on: September 02, 2016, 08:52:27 AM »
 The 10/22 Target Rifle Project part 4: The Bolt

You wouldn't think that there would be much you could do to improve the bolt on a 10/22, but there are a few things. Here is a list of the mods we intend to accomplish:
 

    Polish all sides of the bolt
    Jewel the right side of the bolt
    De-bur and polish the firing pin, firing pin groove, the extractor and the extractor plunger
    Pin the firing pin in place to achieve precise/consistent hits on the cartridge rim
    Finally we will clean the bolt in an ultra-sonic cleaner

Here is what the bolt looked like before we started. It appears as though someone may have polished it before





You can see where the hammer has been riding against the bolt





The bolt face is dirty, but appears to have been polished before

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« Reply #17 on: September 02, 2016, 08:55:45 AM »
The head space measured at just under .050", I have read that they typically run about .055" so this one may have been machined, which might explain why it was polished.

Optimal head space is between .044 and .047. Since this one is close, we will leave it as is for now.



One of the things often done to 10/22 bolts is installing a pin above the firing pin channel to prevent it from lifting up. By forcing the pin to travel in a straight line you end up with more consistent strikes to the rim, which is supposed to result in better precision.



Most of the aftermarket bolt makers have a pin pre-installed, like this one from JWH Custom (note the red circle)



You may ask why I didn't just buy one of their bolts with these mods already performed. I could have done that and stayed within the budget (it would have impacted our budget by an additional $60 or so), but the point of this built is to do it ourselves. After all, anyone can get out the credit card and buy a custom rifle or buy the parts pre-made.

The first step was to get the machinist vice clamped down and checked for level, then check to make sure I have the proper clearance to move the vice.
I left the level in place while drilling to make sure the bolt was not shifting.

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« Reply #18 on: September 02, 2016, 08:58:33 AM »
Checking the clearance for the firing pin, we are using a carbide Hi-Roc, straight flute 1/16" drill bit



After drilling I installed the 1/16" x 1/2" long stainless steel roll pin (with the slot facing up, away from the firing pin).



Then I filed the end of the pin flat with the bolt

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« Reply #19 on: September 02, 2016, 09:01:10 AM »
Next I began cleaning and polishing the firing pin. I de-burred and rounded the edges, I even polished the retaining pin hole



 I'm not sure how much this helps, but it certainly can't hurt



The extractor, sanded and polished on all sides, edges de-burred



The extractor plunger was chucked in my drill and polished to 2400 grit

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« Reply #20 on: September 02, 2016, 09:03:58 AM »
I also polished the firing pin channel and extractor channel by wrapping 600 grit sand paper around my needle file





Then I polished the bolt on the buffer and put it back in the machinist vice so I could jewel it.



I use a 1/4" Cratex abrasive stick and Mother's polish, after jeweling the bolt I washed it down with brake cleaner and after drying, put it in my ultra-sonic cleaner with soap and hot water.

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #21 on: September 02, 2016, 09:07:02 AM »
then re-assembled it



I wasn't happy with the depth of the "swirls" left by the cratex stick, so I started over. I bought a tube of valve grinding compound and a stainless brush for a Dremel, then I put some heat shrink on the brush to prevent the bristles from fanning out under pressure



This time the swirls are much deeper and defined

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« Reply #22 on: September 02, 2016, 09:10:37 AM »
The charging handle was not the best looking one I have seen. I could have easily bought one for $30-$50, but some of those aftermarket ones add weight to the reciprocating assembly which can cause extraction issues.


Here is what it looked like when I started, you can see the machine marks in the back of the handle



 After removing the machine marks I polished it to a 600 grit



Then I did the same to the front



After polishing on the buffer



The handle is made of steel, so I will need to keep and eye on it and polish it from time to time.

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« Reply #23 on: September 02, 2016, 10:35:16 AM »
This has been a fascinating read.  I'm so glad that you've been including pictures as well. It's clear that you have a lot of talent and patience.   This helps me understand why my KIDD parts are so expensive.  I hate paying the price but I would never be able to spend the time or notice the details that you do. 

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Re: New Project: Custom 10/22 Target Rifle
« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2016, 07:30:47 PM »
I bought this generic rimfire scope (nearly identical to my Tasco scope I installed on my Savage Model 93 Varmint Sniper Project).

It has a lighted recticle that lights up in red or green, a 50mm objective and 6-24 power adjustable magnification.



While I was at it I bought this sun shade for a few bucks



I didn't want a black scope on my white and silver rifle, but the silver version of this scope was nearly double the price, so I decided to buy the black one and paint it silver myself.



For the paint I chose Rustoleum Silver Metallic. Based on some online reviews, it seemed like a decent paint and it was affordable at just $3.95 a can.

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