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Old 09-10-2013, 7:16 AM
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Default looking for the best deal in a ruger 10/22 takedown "OC"

Well it is time for me to add that ruger 10/22 takedown to my line up. I do not have a 22LR at all. turners has them for a bit off MSRP. If there is some smaller shop out there that had a seller deal out there let me know. thanks

only looking in the OC at this time.
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Old 09-10-2013, 8:42 AM
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I was 10/22 shopping last month. Turners has the best prices. The TD goes on sale but last time it was only $10 off. Some places were selling them for up to $399.
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I was 10/22 shopping last month. Turners has the best prices. The TD goes on sale but last time it was only $10 off. Some places were selling them for up to $399.
Kentucky gun had them for $295 last week; but your dealer will pack on lots of money to ruin that good deal, so Turners is your best option out here!! With the new Ruger American coming out; we may see more deals on the 10/22 as the American is the big thing these days!!
http://www.kygunco.com/ruger-1022-ta...lr-rifle-59249 yup,sold out

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Old 09-10-2013, 10:25 AM
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last thing, I know 10/22s last a life time for the most part. I has seen some supper old and beat up ones shooting dead "0" but I plan on shooting this gun a lot. "every range trip and after work when the g/f is working late". any problems I shooed know about?
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"..any problems I shooed know about?"

Shooting the 10/22 is very addicting.
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Go to Turner's for the best price. You can also go to www.rugerforum.com and www.rimfirecentral.com for more info. RC has a complete section on the TD as well as a lot of normal info on trigger upgrades and other things you can do yourself or buy from a supplier. Good luck
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:15 AM
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Well I put some cash down on a new 10/22 takedown at Turner's. put it on layaway so i can pay some cash over time. Need to keep it off my card to keep the wife happy. 1st time I have ever used the layaway.
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last thing, I know 10/22s last a life time for the most part. I has seen some supper old and beat up ones shooting dead "0" but I plan on shooting this gun a lot. "every range trip and after work when the g/f is working late". any problems I shooed know about?
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Well I put some cash down on a new 10/22 takedown at Turner's. put it on layaway so i can pay some cash over time. Need to keep it off my card to keep the wife happy. 1st time I have ever used the layaway.

Dude - where you going to find the time to shoot that new rifle??? KIDDING!

Congrats on getting the 10/22 TD!! Have one and love it.
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any problems I shooed know about?
Consider an aftermarket extractor, an auto bolt release, an extended bolt handle, and a target hammer.

Makes the 10/22 very sweet.
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I have the 10/22 TD and love it. The only modification I did was to add a VQ drop-in trigger, which really does make a big difference. My TD eats any .22 LR rifle-suitable ammo that I feed it. I mainly shot Federal Bulk until this year's craziness; now I feed it whatever I can find and I have had zero issues.

Turner's in Fountain Valley is usually the place to go to buy the TD and they always seem to have them in stock. Great people there; they will show you anything you need to know about your Takedown.
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Love my 10/22 TD, once I got the extractor replaced, auto bolt release,
mag release added.
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For some reason my TD fouls quicker than any 22 I've owned.
Shooting crap like Thunderbolts really takes a toll.

However I love my TD.
Congratulations on the new rifle, now the fun of finding ammo begins!
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