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    Thinking about buying a 10-22. Have looked at both the regular and take down version. Anyone have any comments?
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    I bought a regular 10/22 40 years ago and still have it. Great shooting .22. I've used it for plinking and squirrel hunting, even took a ground hog with it several years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas D View Post
    Thinking about buying a 10-22. Have looked at both the regular and take down version. Anyone have any comments?
    Accuracy is close to the same on both. I have a standard fitted with a Nikon scope set on see thru bases and a Wllliam's peep site. I shoot tight groups out to 100 yds with mine. @ 50 yds with the take down and open sites, I can do a pretty tight group as well.

    Would say that it will really depend on your end use as to which one to choose.

    NOTE: Ruger now has a pretty sweet trigger assembly that works on either.
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    I have the 10/22 with the LaserMax built on the fore-end...added a tactical flashlight on the rail. AWESOME for knocking out armadillos and other notorious creatures of the night.
    Last edited by Andy; 12-11-2015 at 11:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas D View Post
    Thinking about buying a 10-22. Have looked at both the regular and take down version. Anyone have any comments?
    IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
    In case you missed any of our recent releases, we've got you covered - from product launches, to promotions and anything in between.
    Ruger Introduces 10/22 Takedown® with Target Barrel
    The Ruger 10/22 Takedown® with target barrel features a .920" diameter, 16.10" cold hammer-forged barrel. The barrel is fluted for weight reduction, features a 1/2"-28 threaded muzzle and is fitted with a thread cap. This new target barrel takedown model also incorporates the Ruger® Modular Stock System and comes with both low and high comb, standard length of pull modules.


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    Can't believe how many modifications are available for a rifle that has been around this long.
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    River 10/22 with hogue grip and heavy barrel with sweet 22 scope calibrated just for different grain 22bullets is a great setup

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    Bought a Ruger 10/22 Takedown version with a the carry bag. Great for hauling around and plinking when the opportunity presents itself. Takedown rifle is as accurate at 50yds without a scope as any other ordinary .22 rifle. Check out the FB page Ruger 10/22 Fanatics for more info and mods. Groups has 17K members.

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    Great rifles have several and have no complaints

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    I've had both versions take down is nice for travel that's about it. Not much of advantage with the takedown version in my opinion.

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