RUGER 22 CHARGER TAKEDOWN
RUGER 22 CHARGER TAKEDOWN
RUGER 22 CHARGER TAKEDOWN

RUGER 22 CHARGER TAKEDOWN

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Product Information & Specs

The Ruger 22 Charger Takedown offers the favored features of the 22 Charger wrapped up with a takedown stock for quick and easy break down for convenient storage and transport. Chambered in 22 LR with a 15-round magazine this semi-automatic pistol has an A2-style grip and comes with an adjustable bipod and built-in Picatinny rail. The cold hammer-forged threaded barrel accepts most suppressors and is easily cleaned. Available in matte black or stainless and green mountain laminate the 22 Charge Takedown is a plinkers dream.

DETAILS

Action Semi Auto - Caliber 22 LR - Capacity 15 - Finish Matte Black - Grip Black A2 - Stock Option Takedown - Twist 116 - Barrel Length 10 - Overall Length 19.25 - Weight 51.5 oz - Quickly and easily breaks down into two sections for convenient storage and transport. - Cold hammer-forged barrel results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy longevity and easy cleaning. - Threaded barrel features a 12-28 thread pattern that accepts most suppressors flash hiders and the factory installed thread protector. - Factory installed Picatinny rail provides ample room for scopes and red-dot sights. - Includes a BX-15 magazine with 15-round capacity which is the perfect height when shooting with the included bipod prone or from the bench. - Included adjustable bipod offers rock-steady sighting. - Features a standard A2-style grip and can be easily changed for any MSR grip. - Also includes Hard Plastic Case.

UPC 736676049240
Caliber 22 LR
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 15 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 10 BARREL
Weight 3.2













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