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Ruger 10/22

Available in .177, Realistic CO2 Replica of The Iconic Ruger 10/22 Semi-automatic Rifle
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  • Code: AGD-48059605 · $129.99 · .177 · 650 fps
Estimated in stock date is 01-05-21
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The classic Ruger 10/22 that most young shooters recall as their first rifle, is now available in CO2! Capable of throwing pellets downrange at 650 fps, using two 12 gram CO2 cartridges, this 10/22 is an almost an identical replica of the rimfire rifle you grew up with. The trigger is double action with a weight of 10 lbs, but by cocking the charging handle, the triggers weight is reduced to 3 lbs for that shot. Place your order now, because supplies will be limited for this rifle in the beginning.

Ruger 10/22 Features

  • Uses (2) 12 gram CO2 cartridges
  • Semi-Automatic
  • 10 shot rotary magazine
  • Iron sights
  • 650 fps with lead pellets
  • Rear Sight adjustable for elevation only 
  • Accepts aftermarket scope mounting rails
  • 13.6" Length of Pull
  • Double Action Trigger Pull: 10 lbs
  • Single Action Trigger Pull: 3 lbs
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  • ManufacturerRuger
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity650 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight4.50
  • Overall Length37.10
  • Barrel Length18.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger ActionDouble-Action & Single-Action
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By AnthonyUSASeptember 22, 2020 Verified Purchase

You get about 60-70 good shots. It quits fast after that. I use Umarex CO2 which is recommended. Some guys have had trouble with Crosman sticking in the tube, but I'm not sure why that would be a problem. If the trigger was better I'd like this rifle a lot more.

The 10/22 is a nice-handling, good looker. It's accurate for me up to 30 feet or so using 7-8 gram pellets. Heavier might work better. Price is fair, extras are readily available. The magazines are nice and work smoothly if you seat the pellets. I mounted a red dot on the add-on Weaver rail which looks great and fits perfectly.

The stock is light but not well balanced because the CO2 is in the butt. It sounds hollow. CO2 is a bit of a process to load and you need to make it screwed tight. I have owned over 40 air guns and this trigger is the worst of the lot. Even cocking it between shots doesn't help. It makes it a lighter pull, but it's mushy. Compared to the QBs in the same price range, it's awful. Even Daisy BB guns are more precise. Someone should come out with a trigger replacement like the firearm, but then it would be too expensive. The rifle needs a scope or a red dot, but if your vision is excellent you will get by. It hits pretty hard, and squirrels don't stand a chance with head shots. The firearm sells for about $40 more, and might be a better choice for the money. But this one is still OK.

By AndyNovember 25, 2019

This was my first pellet rifle in over 30 years. I initially bought it because of the Ruger endorsement (many fond memories of a 10/22 as a kid), but it quickly earned its own reputation. Umarex kept the important features found on the real 10/22 - the 10 rd mag, standard 10/22 rail fit (I used a Leupold Weaver rail), the fold-down rear sight. Because of the heavy double action trigger, it's not suitable for when you need a quick second shot on the target, but for target practice you can't beat it.

* Consistent performance - easy to keep 5 rounds within an inch with a 4x32 scope * Multiple pellet types work well, from 10gr to 20gr * Very quiet - I shoot mine in the garage with the kitchen door open, and no complaints * Fits perfectly in the 40.5" Plano SE rifle case with scope & extra mags * Accepts standard 10/22 rails and scope * 7.5 fpe takes to ballistic putty perfectly * Slightly lighter than the real gun, so it's a good tool to bring along with your kid for a first squirrel hunt without weight complaints

* A little more pricey to operate since it needs 2 CO2 tanks for 60 rounds * Should have come with at least one more red magazine (I bought a dozen extra) * Magazine isn't linked as an easily-orderable part * Could have had a better maintenance manual * The double action trigger is too hard. It's almost as inconvenient as having a bolt action the way it is.

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my cartridge is jammed how can I take it out

asked Ron from USA

can you purchase additional magazines

asked Ron from USA

First thing I look for when deciding where to purchase my new air rifle/pistol is does the vendor support my purchase with extra magazines and so on. If the vendor doesn't and I have to purchase elsewhere, why would I buy at that site? This is for just about any model air gun. Same with airsoft. No mags, not likely I'll be buying that model. It's not rocket science.

James from USA

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Mark from USA

can I buy extra magazines

asked Ron from USA

PY-A-8957 $5.95

Mark from USA

What kind of scope can I use

asked Carlos from USA

You need to get a Ruger 1022 scope rail. Accepts aftermarket scope mounting rails. Any scope you want. we suggest a scope that is AO and focuses to 10 yds or less.

Mark from USA

Can an Alloy pellet be used in this rifle, if so, do you have a Foot Per Second range for the Alloy Pellet ?

asked Gerry SpyBuck

In the video it mentions using Pellgunoil on the CO2 cartridge. Do I need to do this every time? I've seen a number of people talking about not cleaning a low-power pellet gun like this, but I also see a lot of black in my barrel after 100 rds. A little more instruction on proper care and feeding this air gun would be appreciated.

asked Andy

I want to add a picatinny rail so I can put a scope do I need to get longer screws or will the ones in the receiver work?

asked Marc from USA
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