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The Ruger 1022 Sporter combines the tried and true design of the 1022 action with an elegant finely finished walnut stock with checkered grip and fore-end sling swivels and a flat buttplate with rubber buttpad. Locked into the receiver with a unique two-screw V-block system the cold hammer-forged barrel is made for longevity and easy cleaning while the heat-stabilized glass-filled polymer trigger housing assembly offers resistance to impact abrasion and the elements. The 10-round flush-fit magazine provides reliable feeding and the extended no-fuss magazine release offers smooth operation. With consistent and reliable performance the 1022 Sporter is an ideal rifle for target shooting and small-game hunting.
Caliber 22 LR - Stock American Walnut - Front Sight Gold Bead - Rear Sight Adjustable - Material Alloy Steel - Twist 116 RH - Capacity 10 - Finish Satin Black - Weight 5.2 lb. - Overall Length 37 - Barrel Length 18.50 - Grooves 6 - Patented detachable 10-round rotary magazine features a unique rotor to separate cartridges and provide reliable feeding. - Legendary action a tried and true Ruger design ensures consistent reliable performance. - Easy-to-use extended magazine release provides smooth no-fuss removal of flush-mounted magazine. - Positive push-button cross-bolt manual safety. - Combination scope base adapter for both Weaver-style and .22 tip-off scope mounts included. - Cold hammer-forged barrel is locked into the receiver by a unique two-screw V-block system. - Heat-stabilized glass-filled polymer trigger housing assembly is precision made of high-tech material for improved manufacturing tolerances impact and abrasion-resistance and an unmatched ability to withstand the elements. - Sling swivels and flat buttplate with rubber buttpad.
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