- Upgrade the bolt handle assembly in the 10/22®
- 4 distinctly contoured handles to choose from
- Slick guide rod for easy racking
- Interchangeable tuning springs:(White=standard, Red=10% increase, Grey=10% decrease)
This great upgrade kit for your 10/22® will provide you with a comfortable bolt handle to grasp, a "super slick" guide rod, and the ability to tune the recoil of your rifle with our interchangeable springs. All bolt handle lengths are 1 3/4", which is 1/4" longer than the factory bolt handle assembly kit giving greater clearance for the shooter's knuckles while racking the bolt.
The three tuning springs come in varying tensions for the ultimate in tuning capability. Though by and large the standard tension spring will serve the shooter throughout the different ammunition velocities. If, due to tolerance stacking or preferred ammunition the cycling of the action is out of sync then the shooter has the capability to change the spring without using the more primitive method of cutting coils to tune a spring.
black with black viton = .4 oz
silver with black viton = .6 oz
black ring = .3 oz
silver ring = .6 oz
black curved = .3 oz
silver curved = .6oz
Precision ground guide rod is made from hardened tool steel and held to 2/10,000" tolerance throughout its entire length. The rod is nitride treated which gives its surface a 70C rockwell (harder than a file) surface hardness. Guaranteed the smoothest and slickest guide rod in the industry.
3 tuning springs
After removing the stock from the barreled action, remove the trigger and bolt stop. This will allow the needed clearance for the bolt to be removed along with the bolt handle assembly. After choosing your proper spring tension slip the bolt handle assembly in from the ejection port, placing the cone end of the rod into the containment hole in the receiver. Then fully compress the bolt handle assembly while placing the bolt on it. After the mating of the bolt handle and bolt, let off the containment allowing the bolt to go forward. Install the bolt stop pin, trigger and stock. The video below offers some of the finer installation points.