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RUGER 10/22 TACTICAL

RUGER 10/22 TACTICAL

SKU 1296

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$328.90 Out of stock

Retail price: $459.00 You save: $130.10

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Product Information & Specs

A versatile rifle built on the platform of the tried and true 1022 the Ruger 1022 Tactical is a semi-automatic rimfired rifle chambered in 22 LR with a variety of tactical-style options available. The cold hammer-forged barrel was made for longevity and easy cleaning and is secured to the receiver using a unique two-screw V-block system while the heat-stabilized glass-filled polymer trigger housing assembly resists impact abrasion and the elements. Available factory-installed options for the 1022 Tactical include a collapsible stock pistol grip barrel shroud flash suppressor and accessory rails.

Details

Caliber 22LR - Capacity 25 - Barrel Length 16.5 - Grooves 6 - Twist 116 RH - Front Sight None - Rear Sight None - Stock ATI Six Position Folding Stock - Finish Matte Stainless - Material Stainless Steel - Overall Length 36 - Weight 5 lbs - Features - Detachable Rotary Magazine - Extended Magazine Release - Push-Button Manual Safety - Combination Scope Base Adapter - Hammer-Forged Barrel - Polymer Trigger Housing - Legendary Action

16.1" Barrel 5 lbs.
UPC 736676012961
Caliber 22 LR
Action SEMI AUTO
Capacity 25 + 1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16.1" Barrel
Weight 5 lbs.












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