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Cooper’s scout rifle concept, in this case it refers to the Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle. The sight, rail design and flash hider are very similar to what was used for the Ruger Gunsite rifle (one of my favorite Ruger rifle designs of all time).
Sturm, Ruger && Company, Inc. (NYSE-RGR), in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 10/22®, is proud to announce the 10/22® 50th Anniversary Design Contest Winning Rifle. The contest winning rifle, available only in 2014, takes the legendary action and renowned, reliable rotary magazine of the 10/22® and combines them with the best features of other popular Ruger® rifles. The result is a fun, versatile .22 rifle that enthusiasts of all ages are sure to enjoy.
The 10/22® 50th Anniversary Design Contest Winning Rifle is the result of Ruger’s most extensive Voice of the Customer Program ever: In late 2013, Ruger invited fans to submit ideas for their ideal 50th Anniversary 10/22®.
Ten contest finalists were put to a vote on the Ruger website and, after almost 40,000 votes were tallied, the winner emerged!
“For 50 years, the Ruger 10/22® has been America’s favorite .22 rifle and this Contest Winning rifle is a great representation of what Ruger is trying to do today – listen to its customers,” said Chris Killoy, Ruger President and Chief Operating Officer.
“The idea for this gun was submitted by one apostolic interrcial dating of our customers, and voted on by many more.
Based on the original 10/22® rifle, this model features the ergonomic, lightweight black composite stock and the Ruger® Modular Stock System from the Ruger American Rimfire™ rifle. It also includes a protected, non-glare apostolic safe online dating post front sight, ghost ring adjustable rear aperture sight, and Picatinny rail from the popular Gunsite Scout Rifle. The special edition rifle is rounded out with a precision-rifled, cold hammer-forged, stainless steel barrel, which is capped with a blued alloy steel SR-556®/Mini-14®-style, 1/2”-28 thread flash suppressor
To further recognize the 50th Anniversary, this rifle and all 2014 production Ruger® 10/22® rifles will feature a special, limited-time “50th Anniversary Logo” bolt marking, “The Ruger 10/22 • 22 LR – Fifty • 1964-2014” receiver markings and a commemorative “50th Anniversary Logo” box.
You know how every segment of modern life seems to have a leader? The popular guy, the one everybody else wants to be like? Well, the Ruger 10/22 is the quarterback of .22s.
Ruger has sold more than seven million of these rifles since its introduction in 1964. When any gun maker introduces a new .22, the 10/22 is the one it’s compared to.
The 10/22 carbine was a joint project with Harry Sefried, Bill Ruger, and Doug McClenahan. They started working on the design in the late 1950s.
Bill Ruger was a big fan of the Savage 99 lever-action rifle and its rotary magazine, which inspired the rotary magazine used in the 10/22. That magazine gave the gun its name, as it was a 10-shot .22 rifle. The new magazine was also a big part of the appeal. The typical single-stack magazines would protrude below the stock and make carrying the gun difficult, as the mags always seems to be located right on the balance point. Even with its high capacity, the Ruger 10-shot magazine fit flush with the stock, so carrying the gun was comfortable.
The author bought this 10/22 in the 1970s. He installed a new barrel, new stock, and tuned the trigger. It has been his "go-to" gun apostolic singles dating for hunting squirrels and small game for several decades.
While most .22 LR rifles were “kids’ guns” built cheaply and downsized, the Ruger 10/22 was a gun made for adults. It was built like a quality rifle using the best materials. The finish was on par with Ruger’s centerfire guns, and the 10/22 was proportioned to fit an adult shooter. It was a very serious .22 LR rifle made to adult standards and designed for serious performance.
The book “Ruger and His Guns” by R.L. Wilson describes the 10/22 this way: “There is no finer .22 rimfire than the Ruger 10/22 autoloading carbine. is made better than it needs to be—full use is made of modern materials whenever they provide unique advantages and yet the finest steel and walnut remain wherever required by tradition or function.”
This Ruger 10/22 is converted to look like a German M-42 machine gun.
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