View Full Version : Ruger 10/22 Takedown in NorCal.

04-02-2012, 11:46 AM
I want one, I need one. I see Turners had them in SoCal, but that doesn't help me.

What gun shops or national chains have it up here in NorCal? (Sac or Bay Area)

$299.00 appears to be the price to beat.

04-02-2012, 12:25 PM
Saw one for $389, by the time I put it back on the shelf someone was already DROSing it. Most that I've seen in NorCal are marked up to the $400-$500 range and are still flying off the shelves so be prepared to pay a hefty price.

04-02-2012, 7:47 PM
River City Gun Exchange had one last Saturday ~ 350 ish.

Quickdraw Mcgraw
04-04-2012, 9:43 AM
Last I heard Suronenterprises.com had them in Guerneville out near Santa Rosa.

04-04-2012, 1:49 PM
Triple A Sports in VTown.

They got a bunch in last week.

04-04-2012, 3:26 PM
River City Gun Exchange had one last Saturday ~ 350 ish.

As of this afternoon they sold out.

04-04-2012, 10:02 PM
I would check your local Big 5 that carries firearms. I think they are mid to low $200 range when on sale.

04-05-2012, 7:11 AM
Big 5 is not going to carry the 10/22 takedown as of now but that could change

Independence armory had one for 389. He claims he sold 4 in the past 24 hrs. Was just there april 4 about 2pm.

04-05-2012, 10:49 AM
Bay Area Gun Vault had a few as of Tuesday, that has probably changed by now. They were asking $389.

04-05-2012, 2:38 PM
High Bridge Arms in San Francisco got 3 of them yesterday, not sure on pricing though.

04-05-2012, 2:55 PM
Last I heard Suronenterprises.com had them in Guerneville out near Santa Rosa.

I just got back from there, he can beat Turners price.

04-05-2012, 11:58 PM
Sacramento black rifle has the ruger 1022 td in stock for 350

04-06-2012, 12:20 AM
I just bought my 10/22 TD from KYGUNCO.com.

Sucks being in Norcal. Everything is so expensive for firearms, people are simply losing customers.

Through Kentucky Gun Company, it's 309 + free shipping via check, add $9.24 if you buy with a credit card.

Then pay DROS + Transfer + Tax via your FFL.

04-06-2012, 1:00 AM
The Bullseye stores in San Rafael and Castro Valley had a couple.

04-06-2012, 7:20 AM
People are losing customers?? Don't think so. The shop I go to is on the smaller side and he cannot keep anything in at almost any price. Supply / Demand. He has been selling at suggested retail and not gouging anyone, but he does not have to match discount suppliers prices because it is not necessary. When I waste my time and drive two hours to save a little money and get there finding out they just sold the last one they had, it makes me angry. I would also have to drive there twice, once after the 10 day wait. Guns today are cheap compared to the past. You can buy many guns for less than an ounce of gold. Before, it may have cost you 2-3 ounces of gold. So the problem truly isn't the cost of the gun, it is the de-valuation of the fiat dollar and the fact that you do not earn enough of them for your labor. Today's currency and banking system has made most people slaves of the system and has made peoples' perception of anything else almost impossible. Only a few will free themselves from this system.

04-06-2012, 12:55 PM
I just picked one up at Bullseye for $389, out the door cost after fees and everything 450. I wish there was a turners around here so I could have gotten it for $299.

04-06-2012, 2:59 PM
You mean there are actually places that still have them in NorCal? A guy at a range I shoot at said he already had guys offer him around $400 for his and it's not even out of jail yet LOL why does this remind me of an iPad release