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Ruger's New 10/22 Pistol The Charger

This is a discussion on Ruger's New 10/22 Pistol The Charger within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Since the 10/22 was born out of the .44 carbine, maybe a .44 mag can come out of the 10/22 Charger. That might be an ...

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    Since the 10/22 was born out of the .44 carbine, maybe a .44 mag can come out of the 10/22 Charger. That might be an interesting deer gun.


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    I saw one in the gunshop last week. Got me interested. I have a pretty nice target 10/22. Would be pretty cool to shoot a .22 pistol with 25 round mags. I just put money down on a new glock but maybe the shop will let me put a deposit on this and pay it off over the next few months. Maybe I could even get it before bunny season ends! Heh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Well that's... interesting.
    What he said...

    Maybe I'm weird. As god-awful as it is to tear down, clean, and reassemble, the Ruger Mark II is all the .22 pistol I need right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    The only .22 my heart has room for is the Browning Take-Down Automatic

    I would have to agree with ya there JD that was my first rifle and in my youth stupidity took over and I lost it still waiting to replace it.
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    It took how many years to cut a few inches off a 10/22 and place it in a target pistol stock and few other minor changes, WOW!!! what a break through in technology!!
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    Why am I not excited about that unaesthetic monstrosity at all?
    It ain't a pistol and it sure ain't a rifle either.
    It looks like a gang member cut a rifle down with a hacksaw.
    I can feel the flames getting turned up but, I'm calling it a clunk.
    If you already own a 10/22 then why would you need that?
    Anywhere you could take that you could just take the 10/22 fit with a folding stock & then you would at least have a decent rifle with you.
    I'll take a S&W Model 41 handgun and 5 extra magazines.
    It will be just as accurate and I can holster it.
    Just make sure you roast me evenly.
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    And it's illegal in CT.....
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    I got mine today... I haven't even been able to shoot yet. Stupid night time! See attached picture.

    Also in the picture:

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    someone asked about the trigger?
    mine has a 4.5 lb out of the box.
    as far as hunting goes, i dont think thats gonna work well,
    the balance is odd, you would probably have to hold it
    with one hand on the forend.
    anyway i have plenty of guns for different uses,
    this is to play with off the bench.

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    hmm...looks cute, wonder what that barrel on a folding stock would look like? :D
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    Might be nice for small bore silhouette. Of course, this is California, and I don't see it on the list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter doc View Post
    someone asked about the trigger?
    mine has a 4.5 lb out of the box.
    as far as hunting goes, i dont think thats gonna work well,
    the balance is odd, you would probably have to hold it
    with one hand on the forend.
    anyway i have plenty of guns for different uses,
    this is to play with off the bench.
    Well, I guess this would be my range-report. I went and ran 300 rounds throug it. Trigger is 4.5lbs, but I found it nice. Ruger is marketing it as a "target pistol" rather than a hunting pistol. It works great when you can sit down and shoot from the bipod.

    The bipod removes, and one fellow I met at the gunshop gave me some pointers on what kind of elbow-support-sling I could use to get some support while shooting it without the bipod. You definitely have to hold the forend while shooting it without the bipod.

    What else can I say? It's a 10/22 action, and functioned like one. The factory Magazine worked without a hitch, but my hot-lips 25rd (which was brand new) didn't feed reliably. I'd get several jams per magazine -- but it seemed to be doing better at the end of the day. I suspect a break-in issue, as I did try different ammo through it to see if it was ammo related.

    I sighted in at 50 yards and had no problems with 1 1/2 inch groups at that range. This was an indoor range with no wind issues.

    All I can say about it is that for pure-fun, I love it. It's primary use is going to be target shooting.

    I ended up paying $289 for it. I went with a 2x Jennings scope (another $100)... But I will probably upgrade the scope to something a bit more serious before too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftyjuan View Post
    Might be nice for small bore silhouette. Of course, this is California, and I don't see it on the list!
    Yeah... not legal in CA... The magazine goes in the fore-end and not the grip. That's an automatic DQ in CA, I think. But to call this thing an assault weapon is about the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
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    I guess I fall into the "interesting" category. Doesn't really flip my switch, but if it were to show up under the Christmas tree, I wouldn't send it back either.

    I think I'll stick with my Mark II bull-barrel....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duisburg View Post
    hmm...looks cute, wonder what that barrel on a folding stock would look like? :D
    Would look like either an SBR or 10 years in the federal pen is what it would look like...

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