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This is a discussion on Ruger 10/22 models? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Rangemaster This thread inspired me to take a little range trip. I'm pleased with the results: What distance?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rangemaster View Post
    This thread inspired me to take a little range trip. I'm pleased with the results:
    What distance?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLT View Post
    What distance?
    25 Yards. Had to take it to the pistol range, monsoon season over here renders rifle ranges unusable.
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    Get the basic model nothing more,its all you need,if all you want it for is plinking and a basic survival rifle.....save your money! you dont need a bull barrel or a synthetic stock keep it simple!

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    Be careful on the 10/22 mods & accessories. Much like a old sports car project, the dollars sneak-up & add-up faster than you can successfully monitor. I know, 'cause it's happened to me...twice! Great rifle, great fun to tweak, great fun to shoot. RFC will shorten your learning curve substantially. My advice? Buy a dirty junker 10/22 from somewhere. You're gonna' replace everything but the receiver anyway & they're tough to trash. Can you say Vorquartsen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    Can you say Vorquartsen?
    No, but I can say Volquartsen.

    https://www.volquartsen.com/

    I like the thought of buying the clapped out 10/22, but a lot of people have the same idea. So, even a junker brings in a premium. Walmart usually has the best deals on the base model.
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    Thanks sooo much Sixto. It's even more embarassing to mis-spell the dang name when I tell you...that I OWN one! But Nick "Volquartsen" is a whale of a nice guy & answers the company phone when you call. After adding up the tweaked 10/22 dollars I had spent, I (wisely) sold both rifles and bought a Volquartsen Superlite. It's undoubtly one of my happiest gun moves.
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    I was just coming back here to say I really want a Superlite. I've admired that rifle for a long time.

    I'm sure it makes a good squirrel gun.
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    I really want a Superlite.
    You'll be as happy as a woodpecker in a lumberyard. I have coffee mugs that weigh more than that rifle. And (off-hand) it shoots with my Anschutz. The 54 Supermatch will win from the bench. Sorry to get off topic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Get the basic model. Save the money up front because they are just so fun to tinker with.
    Amen...if you are going to tinker...you are basically just buying the action anyways.
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