77/22 Rotary Magazine

Ruger Model 77/22 Rimfire rifle

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The Ruger Model 77/22 Rimfire is a family of bolt-action hunting rifles chambered in .22 LR, .22 Mag. and .22 Hornet.

The Model 77/22 was created in 1983 to offer adults a high quality rifle that fires inexpensive ammo. Today, the 77/22 has eight sub-models (check specifications below). The 77/22 is designed to use a rotary magazine, which holds rounds in the teeth of a rotor or sprocket and rotates inside the magazine as it feeds. When inserted, the rotary magazine meets flush with the stock. It has a 3-position safety, so it can’t be unloaded with the safety engaged.

Ruger recommends Model 77/22 for recreational shooting, and to hunt varmint and small game.

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