Recent vintage 10/22, common problem parts

Discussion in 'Ruger 10/22' started by BerettaBoy213, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. BerettaBoy213

    BerettaBoy213 New Member

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    I recently posted about extraction problems on a 10/22 I just send back to Ruger and was given a helpful suggestion about replacing the factory extractor with a Volquartsen when it gets back. In the same vein, does anyone know of any other part which commonly has problems on a recent vintage 10/22 I should think about just preemptively replacing? I appreciate the suggestions, thanks. :)
     
  2. thegatman

    thegatman New Member

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    Replace the extractor is a must. Check the receiver for rough finish and polish it.
     

  3. Blkhawk73

    Blkhawk73 Member

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    Have 18 of them here and yet to find a need to replace the extractor. Even those with aftermarket bbls...no issues. Keep the chamber clean, shoot good ammo and shouldn't be an issue. Sure, it's a inexpensive thing for piece or mind (or for those thinking such a change makes it now a "custom" firearm) *roll eyes*