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Ruger 10/22 magnum

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by getitdone1, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. getitdone1

    getitdone1 Member

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    Fellows,

    New to this group and good to be here.

    Any of you have problems with your Ruger 10/22 magnum? Mine will go about 40 rounds after good cleaning and then start jamming/stovepiping.

    Two gunsmiths plus Ruger worked on it and seems the same.

    Like to get a full refund from Ruger but doubt they'd do that. Some one told me Ruger took this gun off the market for awhile due to so many customer problems with it.


    Don McCullough
     
  2. YodaVader

    YodaVader Member

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    Welcome - hate to send you elsewhere but you might try rimfirecentral.com - they are more into rimfire guns and even have a section devoted to the 10/22 magnum.
     
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    On occassion, mine did that. I figured things just needed to loosen up after a few hundred rounds. Never got that far, however, as I converted it to .17HMR. Shoots like an Anschütz now (group size-wise). Do still get a occassional stovepipes. Planning to rounding or beveling the lower rear of the bolt to help alleviate that.
     
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