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It's a 10/22. It should be great. The stock is usually a personal preference sort of thing. The nice thing about a collapsible like that is that it can fit smaller statured shooters such as kids, and larger shooters as well. So, it makes a good family gun for plinking, and fun, and teaching kids and less experienced shooters, but also allows grown-ups to enjoy it as well. Also as a hunting gun, the collapsible stock allows the gun to work in warm weather and light clothing as well as with heavy winter clothing. So, it's a nice feature.
 

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A 10/22 is a 10/22. The reviews would just be based on how the stock on this version feels for someone. I, for one, am not a fan of tacticool 22's unless the purpose is to be an AR trainer, which this is not.

I'm not knocking your choice, though. That is why the 10/22 is so awesome. A different stroke for every bloke.
 

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Chevy, ford, both are good. Same with guns. Most all well made firearms will last lifetimes, if cared for.

I have four Rugers, three of them 10/22's. Pretty well made guns. Lots of ways to accessorize them. None of these, are using an original stock.



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A 10/22 with a scope and CCI Minimags is the ultimate survival rifle. Quiet (compared to a 44mag or 30-06) ...reliable, and both gun and ammo don't weigh much.
 

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I love my 10/22. It is a very reliable rifle. I have the carbine model. It is very accurate at 100 yards, inexpensive to shoot, easy to clean and maintain and reliable as all get out.

Mine is stock. I've added a 3-9x40 scope only on the supplied Weaver mount but that is it.

As has been said...use it for 50 years, hand it down and they will do the same.
 

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seems like a straight forward 10/22 action and such so you should be in great shape.

I would test a10rd mag (if you have one) just in case the 25 breaks after they get hit by upcoming legislation. see if a 10rd one will fit and you can easily remove etc. it will function fine once inserted, but just be sure that you can get your fingers in there. You may need an extension for the mag release as well, but all of these won't make a hill of beans difference to how the rifle functions with a 25rd mag. Just my thoughts
 
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