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Ruger® 10/22® Carbine Autoloading Rimfire Rifle

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.22 Long Rifle

Blued

Wood

Barrel Length:
20"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5 lbs.
One of America's favorite .22 LR designs, the Ruger 10/22 delivers proven performance over a wide range of rimfire applications. Ideally suited for informal target shooting, plinking small game hunting, or action-shooting events, Ruger has sold millions of 10/22 rifles since their introduction in 1964. With its legendary action and renowned reliable rotary magazine, every 10/22 rifle has proven to be sleek, perfectly balanced, rugged, and superbly accurate. With its proven design, legendary reliability, and modern features demanded by today’s shooters, these firearms are also priced right to keep the ownership of a great tradition affordable. Synthetic stock. Alloy steel barrel. Lightweight aluminum receiver.superbly accurate
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Good First Gun This was my first hunting rifle that i received for Christmas. I recently tested the Ruger at the shooting range by me, and i must say it was definitely a great purchase. Without a sight, i'd say i was about an inch off the bullseye, at about 60 yards. Then i put on the Simmons 22 Mag Riflescope 3-9x32mm 511072 sight and shot perfect every shot at 60, 70 and 80 yards. I would definitely recommend this gun to a beginner and a person that enjoys hunting small game. But in all, it was a great gun to shoot with. January 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Classic .22 This rifle has a track record that speaks for itself. These rifles are rugged, dependable, and easily upgraded. The vast amounts of after market upgrades alone make this rifle a must own for any .22 user. This is a good rifle as is but with Tech sights, a decent red dot system, or scope you will elongate the sight length and drastically improve the accuracy. Be aware that this is no "bench shooter's rifle". It is accurate but it is not a competition grade bench rifle. It is an absolute blast to shoot though! I personally would opt for the "all weather" version with a stainless barrel and lightweight aluminum chamber. This rifle will shoot almost all brands. Avoid Winchester Super-X and go with other makes, such as Federal Bulk Ammo or spend a little more for CCI for greater accuracy. The CCI Stinger rounds will increase velocity and punch. I would like a more slender stock but that is not reason alone to give this rifle less than 5 stars. This rifle is also very easy to disassemble for a very thorough cleaning and virtually every part can be upgraded or replaced from a variety of manufacturers. I like these rifles so much I bought two. One with aperture sights like an M1 and the other with a tapco stock and red dot system. These rifles are a great buy and the after market mags are way better than the Remington options. February 3, 2012
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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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