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Who Has A Ruger Charger?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Confederate, Feb 15, 2012.

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  1. Confederate

    Confederate Member

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    At first I really wanted one of these, but now I have one I'm not too sure about them. I have two sights for it: one a red dot scope, the other a BARSKA 3-9x32 Plinker-22 Riflescope. Instead of having the BEST attributes of a rifle and a handgun, I've found it has the WORST! Or am I wrong?

    I don't see much about the Charger here, so I wondered how many of you have one and for those who do, would you like to see some adjustable or fixed "iron" sights? I'd like to be able to take the pods and scopes off and just have a handgun sight.

    So what'dya think?

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  2. royal barnes

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    Our store received 8 of them from our distributor when they first came out. Three have been sold at dead cost and the other five are still on the shelf. They will probably go out for a low price as well. A solution to a non-existent problem was my first impression.:confused:
     
  3. Luftgewehr

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    Chargers are fun & accurate. As is the case with most Ruger 10-22s other than their .920 diameter "target" models, the trigger is the fly in the soup.
     
  4. bdjansen

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    I had one. I sold it after not too long. The only comfortable way to shoot it was using the legs on a table. That plus a scope meant it hit everything it shot at. It frankly got boring really fast.
     
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