A lot of people have 10/22s that look nothing like they did when they came out of the box. Mine for instance, has a heavy barrel, a black synthetic stock and a Timney trigger. It shoots better than a factory gun, but it is still recognizable as a 10/22. These two 10/22s most certainly are not recognizable. One is air-cooled, the other water (actually anti-freeze) cooled. Each of these conversion kits holds a stock (well stock, but stockless) 10/22 inside. The crank is a BMF trigger activator, legal everywhere but California and Minnesota. The guns have a 50-round magazine - the ammo in the belts is there only for show. As you can see, it doesn't take long to empty either one.