Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Plan2Live, Oct 22, 2022.
And I have a nice heavy barreled tight 10/22 that is very accurate but only likes factory 10rd mags.
You guys have seen this one before: 1984, all factory save the Burris 4x scope, mag release, Tru oil finish and sling.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mossy Oak all camo carbine
LVT - blued with a massive 60mm objective scope
Charger - may go form 1 with Choate folding stock on this one
Ruger Precision Rimfire - gets dragged to the range more than the 10/22 collection
Will try to add some photos when I get home.
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.
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.
A stainless RSI 10-22.
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.
I've used some Champion clamp together 25 rounders for years and they've worked flawlessly.
I like standing to shoot my Ruger All Weather 10-22
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