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Quinc 10-27-2012 7:48 PM

Which 10/22 should I buy; Exclusive and Rare 10/22's?
 
In the market for another 10/22 for the wifey, and I had no idea they had so many different kinds from the factory! Is there a best or most rare?

I am leaning toward the 22" stainless with walnut checkered stock and iron sights. the International one looks sweet too. New one will now be for me of course and she gets to have my older carbine model. :D

http://www.ruger.com/products/1022DE/models.html

Quinc 10-27-2012 8:01 PM

my bad. can a mod move this to the main rimfire forum?

Merc1138 10-27-2012 8:35 PM

It's all cosmetic aside from a couple of the exclusives with longer barrels or different profiles. Most of those are just base models either dipped with a pattern(the camo stuff), or in aftermarket stocks readily available elsewhere.

Quinc 10-29-2012 8:56 AM

Do you know where I can get that walnut stock and 22" stainless barrel? :D

JackRydden224 10-29-2012 9:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Quinc (Post 9604707)
In the market for another 10/22 for the wifey, and I had no idea they had so many different kinds from the factory! Is there a best or most rare?

I am leaning toward the 22" stainless with walnut checkered stock and iron sights. the International one looks sweet too. New one will now be for me of course and she gets to have my older carbine model. :D

http://www.ruger.com/products/1022DE/models.html

If you truly love your wife you can show her all the different options and help her build her own :D

It'll only cost you about $1000 but it is your beloved wife right ? :D

Quinc 10-30-2012 3:03 PM

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Originally Posted by JackRydden224 (Post 9612378)
If you truly love your wife you can show her all the different options and help her build her own :D

It'll only cost you about $1000 but it is your beloved wife right ? :D

My stock out of the box 10/22 from the 80's is so damn accurate I have a hard time believing all of the aftermarket stuff would make much difference. With standing off hand shooting and bulk ammo anyway.

bohoki 10-30-2012 3:50 PM

i wish i bought one of those walmart exclusive ones from a couple years back they had 2 more inches of barrel

JackRydden224 10-30-2012 4:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Quinc (Post 9621256)
My stock out of the box 10/22 from the 80's is so damn accurate I have a hard time believing all of the aftermarket stuff would make much difference. With standing off hand shooting and bulk ammo anyway.

But tactical solution has pink receivers and pink barrels :D

Volquartsen's snake fluted barrels has an artsy look to them :cool2:

I'm gonna be an oddball and say Magnum Research's 10/22. It's only 4 1/2 lbs without scope so it might be easier for your wife to handle. It's also a nicer 10/22 without breaking the bank.

Quinc 10-30-2012 4:30 PM

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Originally Posted by JackRydden224 (Post 9621660)
But tactical solution has pink receivers and pink barrels :D

Volquartsen's snake fluted barrels has an artsy look to them :cool2:

I'm gonna be an oddball and say Magnum Research's 10/22. It's only 4 1/2 lbs without scope so it might be easier for your wife to handle. It's also a nicer 10/22 without breaking the bank.

Shes not a Disney princess! haha Plus I need a barrel I can put tech sights on. I love my tech sights!

JackRydden224 10-31-2012 4:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Quinc (Post 9621888)
Shes not a Disney princess! haha Plus I need a barrel I can put tech sights on. I love my tech sights!

Then you can get her the Takedown. It comes with a bag so you don't have to buyer her a purse. Now if it only comes with a diamond :D

*You can tell I'm not married lol.

Lon Moer 11-23-2012 9:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Quinc (Post 9612330)
Do you know where I can get that walnut stock and 22" stainless barrel? :D

The KR10/22-22 used to be a Wallyworld special, but not anymore. ;)

http://www.ruger.com/products/1022DE...eets/1149.html

http://www.lipseysguns.com/post/Ruge...rel-22-LR.aspx

Quinc 11-23-2012 11:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Lon Moer (Post 9776426)

I found a local store here that has it, but they are over priced on everything and want 409$ for it.. :(

BonnieB 11-25-2012 7:05 PM

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Originally Posted by JackRydden224 (Post 9628735)
Then you can get her the Takedown. It comes with a bag so you don't have to buyer her a purse. Now if it only comes with a diamond :D

*You can tell I'm not married lol.

Nor are you likely to be.

jyo 11-25-2012 7:17 PM

Absolutely nothing wrong with having more than one 10-22---have fun with it!

polo.45 11-25-2012 8:11 PM

Attachment 181308 Here is Mine...tactical FS

Lazyme 11-25-2012 8:26 PM

Tech-sights offer a front sight for .920" barrels so it might fit on the target model.

This is from their web-sight.

"TS157 .920 Barrel Dovetail Adaptor allows the use of TSR100 & TSR200 sighting systems to be used with .920 target barrel equipped 10/22s. The adaptor is a slip fit over the end of the barrel and is locked in place with thread lock compound. The adaptor is machined from 4140 alloy steel with manganese phosphate finish and has a 3/8" dovetail."

Darth_Finger 12-28-2012 8:53 PM

Any one have the pink 10/22?

LAL6 12-28-2012 10:38 PM

If you're looking for something different you could find one of the international 10/22's with a mannlicher stock. Heres a photo of mine:
http://i1221.photobucket.com/albums/...psff820ed7.jpg

Quinc 12-31-2012 8:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Lazyme (Post 9790219)
Tech-sights offer a front sight for .920" barrels so it might fit on the target model.

This is from their web-sight.

"TS157 .920 Barrel Dovetail Adaptor allows the use of TSR100 & TSR200 sighting systems to be used with .920 target barrel equipped 10/22s. The adaptor is a slip fit over the end of the barrel and is locked in place with thread lock compound. The adaptor is machined from 4140 alloy steel with manganese phosphate finish and has a 3/8" dovetail."

I was hoping to put a compensator on the end of it. Might have to go this route though. Thanks!


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