Ruger Announces Short Run of 10/22 Rifles with Gray, Charcoal Stocks

08/5/19 6:13 AM | by

Ruger Announces Short Run of 10/22 Rifles with Gray, Charcoal Stocks

Ruger Announces Short Run of 10 22 Rifles with Gray, Charcoal Stocks

The 1:16″ RH 6-groove cold hammer-forged barrel is locked into the receiver with a two-screw, V-block system and the carbine itself, with its light but durable synthetic stock, tips the scales at 4.5-pounds (Photo: Ruger)

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With a promised limited availability, Ruger this month announced two new synthetic stock options for their 10/22 rimfire rifle series: gray and charcoal.

Otherwise standard 10/22 carbines, these .22LR-chambered rifles are loaded with standard features such as an 18.5-inch cold hammer-forged barrel; a push-button, cross-bolt manual safety, and a factory-installed combination scope base adapter for both Weaver-style and tip-off scope mounts. Overall length is 37-inches while they weigh in at very light 4.5-pounds.

10/22 in Charcoal

10/22 in Charcoal (Photo: Ruger)

Each ships with a single detachable, 10-round rotary magazine and accepts all standard 10/22 mags such as the BX-25 extended magazine series.

1022 gray

10/22 in Gray (Photo: Ruger)

MSRP is $309 and Ruger advises the new models are now shipping.

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