Ruger rolls out Collector’s Series Man’s Best Friend 10/22

Ruger unveils the new Man’s Best Friend 10/22 into its Collector’s Series. (Photo: Ruger)

Ruger continues introducing new models for collectors, offering the third addition into the Collector’s Series with the new Man’s Best Friend 10/22.

The rifle sports Collector’s Series bolt markings in addition to a Ruger Modular Stock System. The 10/22 offers a low comb, standard length of pull module mounted into the OD green synthetic stock.

The Collector’s Series 10/22 keeps to Ruger’s 10/22 attributes with a push-button cross-bolt manual safety and cold hammer-forged barrel. Rounding out its features, the rifle is outfitted with a non-glare blade front sight, ghost ring adjustable rear aperture sight and Picatinny rail.

The rifle sports an OD green synthetic stock with Ruger Modular Stock System and Picatinny rail. (Photo: Ruger)

Shipping with a Third Edition Ruger Collector’s Series Man’s Best Friend metal street sign, the rifle also comes packaged with a Man’s Best Friend dog tag and a $25 gift certificate. The goodies are nestled in a box decked out with a Ruger Collector’s Series decal.

“Accompanied by unique collector’s memorabilia, this Third Edition of the Collector’s Series is a great way to start a 10/22 collection, add to an existing collection, or simply enjoy the experience of shooting a new model of the 10/22,” Ruger said in a news release.

Available now from retailers, the Third Edition Ruger Collector’s Series Man’s Best Friend 10/22 retails for $362.

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