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Old 05-14-2013, 03:55 PM   #11
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I'm debating on buying a used ruger 10-22 to do some plinking. I have single shot .22 rifles but don't own any semi automatics. Any suggestions or reviews about this gun? Also post pictures of yours !
Always a good choice. Grab a couple 25 round Ruger magazines too when you can find them. I bought my mag a year or two ago and unfortunately only bought one. Cuz at the time I didn't see a reason to have multiple. It was only like $22 at that store in NC. Now I wish I had bought a few more. Can't find them anywhere for that price.

In terms of the price of the gun, just hold out till you can find a good used one in your budget. $200 ish should be reasonable. But if you can find better, snag it.
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The 10-22 would have to be stainless and in very good shape for me to pay $200 for it. It's hard to find a blued 10-22 in this area. The stainless 10-22 is under $250 NIB.

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They go on sale for $179.99 for blued synthetic at Bi-mart twice a year around these parts.

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Get the takedown 10-22. It is a bit more expensive, but makes a great survival/ bug out gun. Also get a minimum of two 25 round magazines. I have four and they are a great time saver when you are someone's range clock.

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Trigger leaves a bit to be desired and needs the Volquartsen hammer/trigger kit for a few dollars. Otherwise a decent and indestructible arm.

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The Volquartzen trigger cost me about $85. It's worth every penny.

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The Volquartzen trigger cost me about $85. It's worth every penny.
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What he said.

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The Volquartzen trigger cost me about $85. It's worth every penny.
I was thinkin' the hammer and springs set only which is less than half that I guess...
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As others have said,you can't go wrong with a 10-22 Ruger for a semi automatic 22 Lr rifle to add to the stable.

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I also have another question. Since it is a semi auto gun do I have to have a special permit or is it even considered an "assault rifle" ? Thanks for all the replies!

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