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Hey gang,
I need your help. I have an original .221 center grip XP I have the opportunity to get a 22BR barrel. Which is a gun I have wanted to build for a long time. My question is. What would be involved in making this conversion? I know I need a new stock. The barrel is a Hart heavy varmint. I want to build a mid grip.
Thanks in advance. >>>------->
 
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You'll need a .473 casehead bolt as well.
 
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You'll need a .473 casehead bolt as well.

That's pretty much it.....

Oh yeah, you'll also need lots of 22 cal bullets (my 22 BR likes nearly all 40-53 gr bullets), primers (mine shoots Rem 7 1/2), powder (mine dotes on Vihtavuori N130, but many do well also) and brass (mine uses R-P 6 BR, but I'd use Lapua 6 BR if I were you). You're gonna like this gun a lot! thumbup

Be sure the forearm of your stock is wide enough for the 22 BR barrel.


Good luck and good hunting.
 
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You could have the bolt face opened up and an sako or m16 extractor put in. If you don't want to keep the dogleg bolt you could pick up a new bolt from PTG and sell your 221 bolt to recoup some of the money. If you decide to sell your .221 bolt I'm interested.



Aaron
 
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082222



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Thanks for the info. I am new to the custom side of this.
rickiesrevenge you are first up if I go this route. What would I order from PTG?
Is it just a Rem 700 Bolt or do I ask for an xp bolt with a .473 face?
Like I said. Just learning but eager to do so.
Gary. I really want to get started with one. I love my 6mm BR
 
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Here is a link to the XP bolts they offer. You can also get the firing pin assy (pin shroud spring) from PTG.

http://pacifictoolandgauge.com...100-xr-100-600-bolts

Bret


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If you're gonna order a bolt I'd get one made for a m7 or xp100. I'd get one with a small firing pin hole too. If you get the small firing pin hole you'll need to turn the pin or get one from PTG.

Aaron
 
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I got an XP bolt from PT&G with .062" firing pin for my BR. I also ordered the bolt with a .700" diameter and cone nose with Sako extractor which I think contributes to better accuracy. Since it's a single shot you can do that. I sold my old bolt for $150, so my new bolt and firing pin assembly wound up costing me $100. I don't think anybody can open up the bolt face and bush the bolt for that price.
 
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