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Sale Ruger 10/22 Semi-Auto Rimfire Rifle – Wood/Blued

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.22 Long Rifle

Blued

Wood

Barrel Length:
20"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5 lbs.

The Ruger® 10/22® is one of the most popular, and widely used Rimfire Rifles in the US. And justifiably so—the 10/22 has had a solid reputation for reliability and accuracy for over 50 years, making it a favorite for target shooting, plinking, and small game hunting. This 10/22 comes with a hardwood stock with a non-contoured buttplate and no barrel band, a blued barrel, and a satin black finished receiver. Fiber optic front and rear sights provide rapid sight acquisition in any light condition. The 10/22 utilizes a blowback semi-auto action, and a 10-shot rotary magazine, both of which are legendary for reliability. The hammer-forged barrel locks into the receiver by a unique 2-screw, V-block system that provides unsurpassed accuracy for a mass-produced rimfire rifle. The included scope base screws onto the drilled and tapped receiver, and is compatible with both Weaver®-style and 3/8" tip-off scope rings. The lightweight 10/22 Semi-Auto Rimfire Rifle handles incredibly well by adult and youth shooters alike. The popularity of the Ruger 10/22 has led to a myriad of after-market 10/22 accessories, making it one of the most customizable firearms ever made. The Ruger 10/22 Carbine is an indispensible, go-to firearm for any American serious about shooting, training, self-defense, or hunting. Made in USA.

Ruger 10/22 Semi-Auto Rimfire Rifle – Wood/Blued 4.3 5 6 6
Good for the money For the money you can't find a better small game or target 22. This is also the most upgradable 22 on the market. You can keep it stock or change it to resemble an AR15 or anywhere in between. Do yourself a favor and buy at least one of the 25 round mags to go with it as the stock 10 round goes too quick. I added a 3-9 x 32 scope to mine as well. January 3, 2015
Better than the typical 10/22 Although titled the same (Ruger 10/22 Carbine), this model has several additional nice features. It comes with factory installed Williams Fire Sights (much nicer than traditional sight), a 20" (vs. 18.5") barrel which makes in handle nicely and less like a kid's gun, and a stock that does not have a barrel band. Mine is a 50th Anniversary model and has anniversary markings on the receiver and bolt but this is just aesthetics. For the reasons listed above, I think it's well worth getting this particular model instead of the traditional carbine that sells for the same price. Can't go wrong with a 10/22. Get one and have fun! January 30, 2015
My first gun. Amazing! I am a 26 yr old woman and I received this gun as a gift for my 26th birthday. I go target shooting with my family every chance I get and this rifle is perfect for me. I even bought a couple of 25 round clips that make shooting this gun even more fun. It does come with a 10 round clip, but boy they go fast! This is a great gun for anyone - man, woman, child, big and small. Easy to clean and use! Ruger is a terrific brand! November 12, 2012
Depends on what your looking for I've got MANY 22 S/L/LR rifles from those that are older than myself to less than a year old and like or love them all. Obviously my nickname should tell you what I prefer however. As reviews would indicate, the 10/22 is not a bad rifle but it does depends on what your looking for. If your looking for something that you can turn into some sort of pretend looking thing other than what it is, the 10/22 is for you. If you are looking for REAL accuracy at a reasonable price get a Savage (my Mark IIs are best). If your looking for a semi automatic that's still pretty darn accurate get a Marlin. 10/22, contrary to it's claims, is the least accurate out of the box of all the forementioned choices. IMO the 10/22 is about $50 over priced. October 11, 2013
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Yes, after you bring it to a competent gunsmith to have the barrel threaded. Unfortunately, you'll lose the front sight.
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not on the factory barrel without mods , green mountain aftermarket barrels are threaded for suppressor mount.
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Also, what is the best scope to put on it that is inexpensive?
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The Nikon Prostaff Rimfire Rifle Scope 3-9x 40mm BDC would be my first choice. About $149.00.
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very accurate gun any 3x9x40 scope will do good
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Yes, this gun is accurate but it is not designed for competition bench shooting. a .22 round will drop 6 inches at 100 yards so anything within that range should be fine.

I still like Tasco scopes for the money. My old school dovetail Tasco is still pretty reliable and I can place two inch groups at 50 yards.

I hope this helps. By the way, be sure that you scope mounts to a WEAVER STYLE RAIL, otherwise it may not fit.
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Most .22 cal rifles are very accurate. A novice with a little practice could easily shoot a 1 in. group at 25 yards. Most people use a 3-9 x 30 scope. I had a $40 redhead scope on mine for years and it was very accurate.
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