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That is great stuporman maybe you could post some pics if you get a chance as some who have never done any stock work or adjusting might have no clue as how to go about it. (inside of your stock where you made the changes) I knew what you were talking about as I have made several scout rifles out of military surpus guns and hav done some stock work to several guns including sporterising a 1917 Enfield with a custom order stock for it. For the Ruger 10/22 fans a few pics would be worth a thousand words for sure. If you do not have a digital camera or do not feel like it do not bother I just figure since you are posting pictures you do and if it would not be a bother great, but if you cannot I understand. Thanks for the info for them on how you did your stock. Jim
 

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Stuporman, Thanks for the pics I think that will be informative for others you are a great member here doing this type of extra stuff for the forum. Thanks. I do not have any muzzle brakes it must have been some one else. I do not have the Enfield 17 anymore I traded it off and now I have a Indian Enfield in 308 I like that one better. Jim
 
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