Ruger 10/22 Carbine: Specs and Review

When talking about survival and self-protection or maybe just having a past time for yourself through hunting, guns fairly belong into that conversation. Finding a gun that can do it all but still affordable is difficult nowadays despite of all the gun models available in the market. When we are talking about owning a gun, especially rifles really needs a bigger budget.

From the customization of the body down to the magazines. But Ruger 10/22 carbine has a slight advantage from its rivals and by far, the best .22 rifle that is available. Not only because of it being lightweight, it is also affordable and with all its aftermarket parts that comes with a cheaper price. It is also highly durable which can last for years. To know more about Ruger 10/22, I have listed the specs which can help you in knowing your amazing future partner.

Ruger 10/22 Carbine Specs

Ruger 10/22 carbine’s body is made up of birch hardwood or walnut stock which makes it highly durable and can last for how many years. Also, it can stand up to a heavy beating. Ruger 10/22 is a rimfire rifle with 10-round rotary magazine but 15 and 25-round magazine are also available if you want more cap on your rifle. This rifle just weighs for about 5 pounds and measures for about 37 inches in length which makes it an easy to carry despite having a rifle attribute. And if you’re a person that likes customizing their weapons, Ruger 10/22 is just for you. For it has a wide range of customization available with a cheaper price in the market. It sells a magazine called BX-25 that holds 25 rounds of .22 ammunition that makes it one of the most customizable rifles. Lastly, Ruger 10/22 can handle both regular and high velocity magazines which defines its unlimited versatility and flexibility. Check out the video below.

If you are in search of a gun that can give you a great performance but you are in a tight budget, you must try Ruger 10/22. It can give you the protection you need or just to enjoy yourself doing cheap shooting at the range with its .22 ammunition.

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2 thoughts on “Ruger 10/22 Carbine: Specs and Review”

  1. $ 290. bucks for the new 22LR Rugar carbine, $ 60.00 for a 110- round rotary drum from GSG, $ 50 for Rugar replacement 2 pound trigger to replace factory 6 lb trigger.

    so for $00. bucks I have a wicked looking, accurate rifle that can plink at targets for an hour without reloading. How can you beat that?

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