USA -(Ammoland.com)- ‘Tis the season for elections and campaign promises. If you don’t already own a Ruger 10/22 Rifle then vote for me as a write-in candidate because everyone should have a Ruger 10/22. That’s why Ruger has sold somewhere more than six million of them over the past 51 years.
As a million or so were sold over the early years, the shooting accessories and parts industries woke up and said Want to equip your 10/22 with a laser sight to make the ultimate low-light pest control gun? If you’ve ever thought about really learning how to shoot with iron sights, check out Project Appleseed.
This course is continuously offered all over the country and will teach you and your family a solid dose of American History while equipping you to become a bonafide rifleman.. Even if you’re one of those folks who believes that anything short of the space shuttle’s guidance system can be fixed with pliers, a hammer, and duct tape, you can do serious customization on the Ruger 10/22 Rifle.
While plenty of variations of Ruger 10/22 Rifle sights ( REi J ) are available, the “” front post with brass bead and rear flip-up Lyman sight is fast and intuitive.
Newer shooters can pick up sight alignment instantly while those more experienced can get on target with lightning speed. Between 19, Ruger made a beefed-up variant called the 10/22 Magnum.
The Ruger 10/17 Magnum Rifle took advantage of all the hoopla around the flat-shooting .17 HMR rimfire cartridge. The receiver was made of steel, not aluminum and the 10/17 sported a 17-inch barrel.