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Ruger® 10/22® Carbine .22 LR Autoload Rifle

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.22 Long Rifle

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Walnut

Barrel Length:
18.5"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5 lbs.
A real world proven, out-of-the-box competition rifle, the Ruger 10/22 Carbine .22 LR Autoload Rifle combines Marlin performance with the popular 10/22 10-shot rotary magazine. The 10/22's birchwood pistol grip stock features a proportionately tapered forend and no barrel bands. An easy to use, extended magazine release frees the 10/22's proven, detachable 10 shot rotary magazine. Positive, push button, cross-bolt manual safety. Combination scope base adapter. 18.5'' hammer forged, blued barrel. Heat-stabilized, glass filled polymer trigger housing assembly. Capacity: 10+1.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very accurate out of the box Contrary to other reviews telling us that the Ruger is unreliable out of the box my own first hand experience contradicts this assertion. And I don't believe i got a "golden" rifle. Yes the Marlin may be cheaper but what you see is what you get. There's virtually no aftermarket add ons or upgrades, whereas there's a whole rack of stuff available for the Ruger; however I'm not writing a review about who has the most aftermarket goodies. I bought my Ruger 10/22 primarily so I could take my boy to the range and help him with his Scouting marksman award. So off we went. Right out of the gun case the shots were off but I have to say that I was using a red dot scope which had just been put on the rail, so inaccuracy was not the fault of the rifle. Three, three shot groups later and I was plugging the center X every time. I particularly like the Ruger magazine. It works flawlessly. I have other 22's which have the same magazine type as the Marlin and I've experienced failure to chamber a round from time to time, and It seems this type of vertical magazine leads to being picky over ammo types. The Ruger does not have this problem. Am I happy I bought a Ruger over the Marlin? You bet I am and so much so I went out and bought a second one two days after purchasing the first. I have yet to be able to get to the range to try out the second rifle but I can tell you, if it turns out that it's not dialed in after three groups, I'll follow up on this post to let you know. Mind you I have a feeling that the follow up won't be necessary. And as a parting thought. I got my second rifle for the princely sum of $190 on sale. May 23, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Save some money buy a Marlin I have no doubt the 10/22 cult will all mark this as "not helpful" but I'm just trying to help people out. Contrary to the sales pitch of being known for it's "out of the box competition", there are a great many semis that are much more accurate out of the box. Do your research and see for yourself. A Marlin 60 is far more accurate "out of the box" 95% of the time. Sure you'll get the "golden one" occasionally but as I said, your chances of getting an accurate one out of the box are MUCH better with a Marlin, savage, browning, Henry etc.. I believe the 10/22 stands for "you'll spend 22 dollars for every 10 you thought you would". Sure it's got all kinds of replacement aftermarket parts......because IT NEEDS THEM! i.e. replace the barrel to make it accruate #but of course now you can't shoot stringers#, replace the 15lb trigger to be able to shoot it etc. What good is a hammer forged barrel if it's not accurate? That said, they are built well ....as long as your target/game is going to be shot VERY close up the 10/22 may be for you. Last but not least, the 10/22 is NOT the most popular 22 ever sold. Again, do your research. Marlin 60 is top seller of all time and always will be #and ~100 cheaper#. April 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great gun with a bad trigger This is really a great semi-automatic .22 but Ruger has burdened it (and their customers) with what is arguably the worst trigger in the industry! The Ruger 22/45 must have the same poor trigger. You would think Ruger would be smart enough to avoid shooting themselves in the foot over a REALLY bad trigger. November 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great gun it is a great gun for squirrel and rabbit hunting. July 29, 2013
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Good size for kids?

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I'd like to get my kids into shooting. My daughter is nearly 5'3" but my son stands about 4'7" +/- an inch or two.
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First I would recommed a Marlin 60 over a 10/22. The Marlin is about 100 cheaper, has a tube feed (so no lost/misplaced magazines, and is much more likely to be accurate out of the box. The Marlin is also lighter. That said, I would recommend a bolt action for beginners but again I would go with a Marlin or Savage for bolt actions.
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it would be great for kids
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this is a great rifle for kids. i have the compact version and i love it. it is light and not too big. it is easy and fun to use!
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What scope should I put on this gun? I would like a scope that is accurate, powerful, good for close and long range shots, one that is durable and long lasting.
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4 power scope is best in either 32 or 40mm. The gun is not accurate enough to get anything more powerful than that. If you replace the barrel with a green mountain or some other target barrel, you may want to get a 3-9 power.
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tasco makes good cheap scopes but if you want to pay more a nikon prostaff rimfire
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Take a look at the nikon rimfire series. You can get one with a BDC (bullet drop compensating) reticle and it wont break the bank.
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Also what animals would you hunt with this in California. I plan on buying it for target shooting but would just like too know what i could hunt if i ever wanted too.
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yes
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yes but you need to hit them in the head
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The latest hunting regs. put coyote as medium game requiring the use of center fire ammo.
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since it is only a 22 i would not rely on it for coyotes but if you had to it would probably take it down if you hit it right in the vitels. You could also take woodchucks, rabbits, gophers and squirrels
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No, this is not powerful enough to kill a coyote. About the only thing you can hunt with it would be squirrels. Pretty much perfect for target shooting though.
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Only if the deer you are hunting is a photo on a target. This is a small critter rifle. If you shoot a deer with a 22 you will most likely make it angry.
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No you can not use this gun for deer hunting its to low of a caliber. You will need a centerfire rifle for deer hunting.
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You could drop a deer with a 22lr but it would need to be a good shot. I would recommend a larger caliber for hunting medium to large game animals.
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no it is only a 22 so it does not have enough power to take down a nice deer.
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No. It is a good gun but not for deer.
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