Military look 22 cal. rifles

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  1. marlinyoung

    marlinyoung New Member

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    Armi Jager AP74 Nassau, Bahamas

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  2. thesnake53

    thesnake53 New Member

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    The rifles were made by Armi Jager-Loano Italy-models included the AP-74 in .22 and .32ACP-Ap-80 (AK-47 clone) in .22LR and .22WMR magnum and the AP-84 (Galil clone) in .22 and .22WMR magnum-The company appears to have closed down in the 1990's and rifles and parts are scarce-I have bought a few parts from Numrich and a few on *********-magazines were available from Ammoclip at one time-I have converted my two AP-74's to M16A2 stock and handguard-You will see rifles and parts on ********* and Auctionarms and Gunsamerica-I hope this helps-If any questions call 843-669-3059 evenings-I'll try to help
  3. 6x6pinz

    6x6pinz New Member

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    a couple of new ones just this year.
    colt M4 by Umarex
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    Sigs newest, when released
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    These are a couple of my favorites. The Colt should be here by the end of this week.:)
  4. Larry in SD

    Larry in SD New Member

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    I did something totally different.

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    I put my Ruger 10/22 into a TAPCO T-6 Stock that I modified. I didn't like the looks or shape of the forend on the TAPCO T-6 Stock so after a bunch of measuring and cutting I fastened a DPMS Aluminum Carbine Length Free Float Tube to what I had left of the TAPCO Forend.

    I also shortened and crowned the factory barrel to 17" (removing the front sight in the process).

    In addition to Chamfering / Radiusing the rear of the Bolt I also did the Auto Bolt Modification. I also polished EVERYTHING inside of the trigger group to make a super crisp trigger pull.

    This is fast becoming my go to .22 Rifle. There is just something about the ergonomics of this little rifle that makes it feel great in the hands.

    Lastly I used a Power Custom Scope Base along with Yankee Hill Machine 1/2" Scope Risers with Weaver 1" High Extension Scope Rings to mount my old 3x9x32mm AO Simmons 10/22T Rifle Scope so the scope is the same height above the stock as on my Bushmaster AR-15.

    Lots of options out there for a military style .22. Only your imagination and check book are the limiting factors.

    Larry
  5. tim.sr

    tim.sr New Member

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  6. 6x6pinz

    6x6pinz New Member

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    Only a 10 dollars less than I paid for mine, not worth the airfare to get there. Great prices on some of the stuff, wish I lived closer.
  7. JUNKKING

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    Some great prices there.
  8. NY Marksman

    NY Marksman New Member

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    You might also consider a 10/22 conversion using a Nordic kit. This one is mine.

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