to my LGS and see if I can do a decent trade with Mike. I may just take a couple of my 22 autos with me, and see if I can arrange a deal.
Love that grooved receiver . I may have to check those out .
I didn't realize that the rail was built in, so that would be a deal breaker with me....And installing a picatinny rail on a 10/22 would cost how much? ...Plus it is just one more place to loosen up at some time.
The TCR 22 is already threaded for a suppressor..that must be worth something..
The TCR comes with a decent looking peep sight.. oh, and it already has the bore cleaning hole, which many 10/22 modifiers drill into theirI didn't realize that the rail was built in, so that would be a deal breaker with me.
If you installed a peep on that rail, the front sight would be really high.
I much prefer peeps on a .22 rifle.
Now that puts the TCR22 in a whole new light.The TCR comes with a decent looking peep sight.. oh, and it already has the bore cleaning hole, which many 10/22 modifiers drill into their
The last custom I built, I had my gunsmith grandson go over the whole bolt. He made custom modifications to the bolt...such as tapering the rear of the bolt, where
it re-cocks the hammer..he gave it a gentler curve, so it wouldn't slam the hammer so hard..plus cut the action noise down. TC did the same thing..
Let's face it, the engineers for TC have a great advantage. Using the basic action of the 10/22, they made many of the improvements that have been made over the years by custom builders..
See photo below..peep sight and clean out hole..front sight is luminous green;
Thanks Bob, I'll keep that trigger mod in mind if I get one.Bought one a couple months ago, very pleased with it, trigger was sloppy, so I put a $7.00 Wolf trigger spring in in it. Solved that problem. Have put about 500 rounds through it, very accurate, not target shooting accurate, but plinking and squirrel accurate. Fun to shoot, and my grandkids like it a lot too.