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It's 10/22 So Show Me Your 10-22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Plan2Live, Oct 22, 2022.

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  1. Hookeye

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  3. Jim Watson

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    Is there a reliable Ruger 'nanner clip? A friend says even their own 25 shot is not very good.
     
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    It seems to depend on the gun more than the magazines. I have a old beat up 10/22 and even the all plastic hot lips magazines work flawlessly.
    And I have a nice heavy barreled tight 10/22 that is very accurate but only likes factory 10rd mags.
     
  5. MutinousDoug

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    You guys have seen this one before: 1984, all factory save the Burris 4x scope, mag release, Tru oil finish and sling.
     
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    2014 50th anniversary edition Lipsey's distributor special with factory 22" pencil barrel. Tech-Sights aperture iron sights and a Volquartsen TG2000 trigger group. topped off with a random sling I sourced from a laptop bag long since gone and forgotten.
     
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    I only have 3

    A 1978 blue, birch stock, factory iron sights
    A 1984 blue, birch stock, Tasco 3-9x40 wide-view
    A 50th Anniv, blue, synthetic with RDS.

    All 3 work flawless with BX-25 metal lip, nannermags.
     
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    My VOTE 2020 Edition.

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    Better late than never!
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    This was my very first gun a Christmas present from my dad many moons ago. Not much on it is original but its still my 10/22 and still gets used.
     
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  11. CraigC

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    The Rugers are very good but I still the the Tactical Inc. mags are the best.


    That's a real looker with some real nice walnut! Definitely getting style points for my favorite Burris rifle scope. Too bad they stopped making them.
     
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  12. Jim Watson

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    Thanks, I heard mention of a 'nanner clip that was screw adjustable to fit the individual rifle, looks like this is it.
    Now if they just had some to sell.
     
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  13. CraigC

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    Tactical Inc's is the one that is adjustable. I haven't seen them in stock for a while now. Glad I have several. The ones from Hightower Armory are pretty good.
     
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    Ruger Precision Rimfire - gets dragged to the range more than the 10/22 collection

    Will try to add some photos when I get home.
     
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    I threw away all the Ramline and Eagle mags I had. The BX25 and BX25x2 work fine in all of mine, but certain ammo can be problematic. CCI, Blazer/Federal are usually flawless, Thunder duds and Wildcats seem to have the most failure to fire/feed in mine.
     
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    Both of my 10/22s run on just about any mag but pro-mag. One is a stainless model from around 2004 and the other is old enough to have a metal buttplate on a walnut stock.

    Mags i have run with reliable (for plinking, not combat) success: factory rotary 10s, clear factory rotary 10, BX-25, butler creek 25rnd hot and steel lips, eagle 10 rnd, champion double stack 30 rnd. I wore one eagle and the champion completely out. The other eagle still works, but is a good bit worn.
     
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    Pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink pfft tink.

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    A couple of days late…and several dollars short.

    A stainless RSI 10-22. :)

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    Stay safe.
     
  20. JFrame

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    Okay -- I guess I'll have to call mine a "10-26"... :D

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    Rifle in the back is a Ruger 10-22 which actually belongs to my son. Gave it to him maybe 25 years ago but it lives here with me. The foreground rifle is a Ruger 44 Maagnum carbine. Both are on cheap prop bi pods. Actually the Ruger 44 Carbine circa 1961 or so was the rifle which spawned the 10/22 which came later. :)

    Ron
     
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    I've used some Champion clamp together 25 rounders for years and they've worked flawlessly.
     
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    A lot of days late and quite a few bucks short but here is my 10/22 in two different set-ups:
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  25. P5 Guy

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    The only rifle caliber the WAC club allows to be shot off hand are rimfires.
    I like standing to shoot my Ruger All Weather 10-22
     
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