RUGER 10-22 "TAKEDOWN"
RUGER 10-22 "TAKEDOWN"
RUGER 10-22 "TAKEDOWN"
RUGER 10-22 "TAKEDOWN"
RUGER 10-22 "TAKEDOWN"

RUGER 10-22 "TAKEDOWN"

SKU 11100

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Out of stock

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Product Information & Specs

Built on a tried and true platform, the Ruger 10/22 Takedown is a semi-automatic rimfire rifle chambered in 22 LR that can quickly and easily be separated into two pieces for convenient storage and transportation, while the simple reassembly ensures shooting consistency. The cold hammer-forged barrel is made to last and easy to clean, and the heat-stabilized, glass-filled polymer trigger housing assembly resists impact, abrasion, and the elements. As with the standard 10/22, the 10/22 Takedown is available with a wide range of stock options and finishes and is a perfect rifle for plinking, small-game hunting, and target shooting.

Seller Description

This Ruger 10/22 Takedown is a semi-automatic rifle chambered n 22 LR. The barrel and forend of this rifle easily twist off and detach from the receiver and stock, allowing for easy storage and transport in the included Takedown backpack. A 16" barrel is equipped with a flash hider, and adorned with an adjustable rear sight and a gold bead front sight. The receiver is also drilled and tapped to accept scope mounts. Both the stock and forend are made of polymer, with texturing at the grip and forend to ensure a steady grasp on this small game hunting and plinking rifle.

UPC 736676111008
Caliber 22 LR
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 10 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16 BARREL
Weight 4.6













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