Joe Chacon builds the most accurate 10/22s in the world. Except for the magazine, nothing about his guns are normal. Even the magazine release springs are swapped out. He starts with a stainless-steel Elite 22 receiver, matched to a JWH Custom bolt and fit with a two-stage KIDD trigger. He then turns, chambers, laps, and fits four-groove blanks from Shilen or Douglas. Then he goes to work on the small parts, tuning and polishing for perfect ignition before bedding in custom-made Tony Mele benchrest stocks—though they're now working on a new design for NRL22. Chacon test fires many of his builds in the ammo tunnels at Lapua in Mesa, Arizona and Eley in Winters, Texas, so his rifles, which start around $2,000, come with lot numbers of the best ammo to hunt down. He'll fix your screwed up 10/22, too, and he's a world-class talker. Block out two hours, give him a call, and prepare to learn more about autoloading rimfires than you ever thought possible.