The 10/22's can really become an addiction. I started out buying a 10/22 Target. I worked the trigger, pillar bedded the stock and bedded he first couple of inches under the barrel in front of the V-block. It shoots some really nice groups. I then acquired a old beater gun from a pawn shop and completely refurbished it. I stripped the action and trigger group housing and refinished it. I worked the trigger, did the bolt release mod, installed an extended mag release, refinished the stock, installed an ultralight 16.5" barrel, pillar bedded the action, glass bedded the barrel and a few other things. I gave it to my father in law as a gift. He has ordered a scope for it and is awaiting it's delivery. I can't want to see how it shoots. In the meantime I have acquired another old tired 10/22 from the pawnshop and I'm going to do a similar build for myself. I just can't get enough of these things.