Ruger® 10/22® Carbine .22 LR Autoload Rifle
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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.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Savagefan 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 Colli 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 bigyungen great gun
it is a great gun for squirrel and rabbit hunting.
July 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassmaster107 great gun
this gun can be made to look like any semi-fire rifle and also get big mags for it up to 50 round in a drum. it can be used as a great zombie gun and a great squirrel hunting gun
February 23, 2013
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