Continuing my rimfire theme. I purchased a laminated Ruger 10/22 Target model stock and added some aftermarket goodies to it. Kidd single stage trigger and bolt , Whistlepig aluminum barrel to stock Ruger receiver. I like the feel (pretty light) and the look. Hope to shoot it as soon as the NC weather settles down some.
24 rounds of shorties.
Pump once shoot twice. Hardest learning curve I ever had to master, harder than learning the dot was even.
Reminded me of when I was a kid and rubbing your belly with one hand and patting your head with the other. Sounds easy enough but not so much.
Easier to manage than I thought it would be. The balance is perfect.
The bullpup design puts the weight back towards you. Its not end heavy at all.
The shells eject at my feet from the bottom.
It wont take soft/short stroking. You have to run it aggressively. No different than any pump gun really.
My buddies daughter shoots it well and she weighs a 110 pounds.
It runs everything I feed it... everything!
The fact that it will run the shorties is what sold me.
Same numbers as a full size shell it just runs out of gas quicker which is good for home defense IMO.
It will absolutely destroy a 55 gallon drum at 20 feet after 24 rounds. My house is 32x24
I run one tube with buckshot the other gets slugs.
No magazine tubes to rotate mid stream etc like the KSG, just shoot til its empty
Works well for me.
Thats all I got.
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