Ruger 10/22

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    Ruger 10/22

    i'm looking for a .22lr Rifle. Im thinking about a ruger 10/22 because of the vast amount of aftermarket products for this rifle. What is a fair price for a ruger 10/22? i think they are selling them at walmart for like 218 dollars. Im wanting black stock with the stainless barrel. i think this will be a fun little plinker. if anyone has one post pictures as well.

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    no one has a ruger 10/22?

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    I think the "vast amount of aftermarket products" is the biggest clue. The 10/22 is hugely popular with good reason. I had one as a kid and it was a great little gun. The people at www.rimfirecentral.com have more on the 10/22 than you can read in a lifetime.
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    +1 for rimfirecentral

    BTW, between my sons and I there are 5 10/22's around here.

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    I own several 10/22's I gave the black sythetic stock / stainless barrel and reciever combo to my youngest son for Christmas 2 years ago, My only complaint with that setup is you have to drill the butt area of the stock for a sling swivel and the stock sounds hollow so it may become a problem. as for price they are selling here in Mi. for 149.00 for the standard model and I think I paid 179.00 for the stainless, my oldest son paid 300.00 for his with silver gray laminate stock, stainless barre and Ruger scope and sling all set up that way, I just purchased the TFO sights for mine and will probably install them next week. I have the fancy walnut stock w/ blue barrel and reciever.
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    Ruger 10-22s can be extremely accurate little rifles.

    Take a look at mine here:

    http://www.theboxotruth.com/docs/edu22.htm

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    Ive got 2 of em, one customized, and one of the stainless/composite type.

    Theyre great little rifles, and can be extremely accurate.
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    great rifles. Now ruger offers em in a carbine or rifle version. They are really accurate out of the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    great rifles. Now ruger offers em in a carbine or rifle version. They are really accurate out of the box.
    i looked on the website but i didn't see a carbine just rifle do you have a picture of this i might want to get the carbine instead of the rifle.

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    Saw the ad in a Gun and Ammo mag I think. sorry no pic. Not sure where the mag is either.
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    The aftermarket has gotten so big that you can pretty much buy a 10/22 without buying a Ruger! Volquartsen (and I'm sure others) makes a couple of different receivers (which you would need to ship to a FFL), there are plenty of aftermarket
    Trigger Assemblies as well as stocks out there... well I think you get my point. It all depends how much you want to spend.
    I've been happy with mine. Now I need another one so I can do a bunch of stuff to it too.
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