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Ruger 10/22 Quick Facts:


- The 10/22 rifle was originally designed

 in 1964


-America's, and maybe the world's most popular 22 caliber rifle



 A reliable, modestly priced rifle.

The 10/22 is available in many variations customizable with many available factory and aftermarket accessories, making this little .22 a very versatile semi auto rifle.




Ruger 1022 - 10/22


10/22, 1022, 10/22 Carbine, 10/22 Compact, 10/22 Target, 22 caliber rifle


The Ruger 10/22 rifle is said by many to be the worlds most popular rifle.  According to Ruger, there have been "millions" of this 22 caliber rifle sold since it was first designed in 1964.

The Ruger 1022 is chambered in the 22 LR and as of 2012, there are 5 basic configuration that are available - all 22 caliber versions have an aluminum receiver.






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The Currently Available Versions and 1022 configurations:

New Takedown Rifle - Ruger 10-22 Takedown

- The 10/22 Standard

- The 10/22 Carbine

- The 10/22 Compact

- The 10/22 Target

- The 10/22 Stainless, Band-less Wal-Mart Version


* the 10/22 International with Mannlicher style stock has been discontinued along with the .22 Magnum version.  As of March 2012, the 10/22 was introduced in the Takedown version and is delivered in a backpack type case, marketed as a survival rifle.


Overall Length and Weight:

Approx 37 Inches and Approx 5.25 pounds



The Ruger 10/22 is chambered in the .22 Long Rifle only.


Magazine and Capacity:

The 10 22 has a removable rotary magazine with a 10 or 5 22 caliber capacity. There are many types of magazines for the Ruger 10/22. The standard 10/22 ships with a black 10 round rotary magazine. Ruger has also produced a clear, polycarbonate 40th anniversary edition 10 round magazine as well as a five round rotary magazine (for states that restrict magazine capacities). In 2011-2012 Ruger came out with a 25 round box magazine with a black composite frame and steel feed lips. Aftermarket options include 25, 30, and 50 round box magazines; 50 round tear-drop-shaped rotary magazines, and a 50 round drum magazine.


Semi Auto .22 caliber blowback action

Ruger 10/22 Owners Manual and Website  Gun Manufacturers

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