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Ruger Yukon Scope Combo

With 3-9X32 Scope & Gas Piston Technology
  • Code: 224-4221 · .22 · 1050 fps
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SilenceAIR Technology delivers a quieter report for stealthy hunting and urban-friendly shooting. Only 30 lbs. cocking effort to make it easy to shoot all day- and a ReAxis gas-piston for long life and dependable shooting in any weather. Includes 3-9x32 scope & mount. The Ruger Yukon might become your new go-to gun for dispatching unwanted garden pests.

Ruger Yukon Air Rifle Features
  • ReAxis gas-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel with SilencAIR integral silencer
  • 2-stage adj. trigger
  • 3.30 lbs. trigger-pull
  • Fiber-optic sights (fully adj. rear)
  • Picatinny optics rail
  • Automatic safety
  • Ambidextrous hardwood stock
  • 14" length of pull
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • Checkered grip and forearm
  • 30 lbs. cocking effort
  • 9 lbs.
  • Includes 3-9x32 scope (duplex reticle- 35 yds. parallax setting) and mount (scope is not mounted)

Here are the benefits of the Umarex ReAxis gas-piston
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue- even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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  • ManufacturerRuger
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 1050 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 9.00
  • Overall Length 44.80
  • Barrel Length 18.70
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail Weaver/Picatinny
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By MIKEUSANovember 18, 2017

pellets dont fit right in gun, i think thats why its a referb, breech is cut out to much where the pellet loads, other than that love the gun

By LouisUSAJuly 13, 2017

The gun is a nice looking gun, featuring all my want's. Fixed sights, gas piston, break weight. Was excited to shoot. Could not get it to print at 20 yards. after maxing out rear sight it's point of impact was 6 inches low. When trying to zero scope the same thing happened. I feel the rifle had a serious droop issue. I would have considered adjusting the mounts to overcome the droop but the trigger pull was much heavier than I antisipated and I felt that the effort to overcome the poi issues were not worth it. This was a refurbished rifle, maybe a new one would have been better. Airgun Depot was easy to deal with and Doug suggested the Hatsan 95 which I have been happier with after a few set up challenges.

Nice looking rifle. Great features, open sights, light cocking effort,

Heavy trigger, Point of impact too far outside the open sights and scope

By Randy O.March 27, 2017

I had tried a few other air rifles, including a 177 that bounced off plastic water bottles. I took it back and found the Yukon and felt Ruger had the reputation for good guns, and this was no exception. the cope never worked out of the box, and sent it back for replacement and when offered a RWS upgrade, I jumped on.This combination is superb! the open sights work perfectly also as I have made many first shot kills with them. But the great RWS 3x9 - 44 Night Pro scope really brings out this rifles potential to the max. It is illuminated with mil dots and super bright optics. Once sighted in, simply put - I never miss. the Ruger is easy to cock, and nice thing is that I can set it down and use it a few hours later with no metal fatigue or harm done. I don't do this often, but nice to know I can. It still makes some noise when fired, but nothing loud, more like a muffled paper bag pop. For a serious varmint or small game hunting combo, I couldn't have done better or be happier. I use the flat pellets for close range work, and pointed hunting pellets for longer range, and that works fine with no point of impact change I can tell when switching.

Accurate with RWS 3x9 44 Night Pro scope and open sights. cocking easy high visibility open sights smooth trigger (adjustable) great noise reducer silencer

heavy, feels like an M1, but stable and made of good materials, so is a trade off for the good scope that comes with the original package is a throw-a-way - near worthless

By FrankJanuary 12, 2017

Bought this gun for xmas in the .22 caliber. So far I have about 500 shots through it. I do most of my shooting 25 yards out. This gun is quiet and quite accurate with RWS super domes 14.5 grain and RWS Meisterkugeln wadcutter 14 grain. The scope was ok but I upgraded to one with AO and mill dot.

Easy to caulk, nice wood stock, quiet, accurate,

Scope rings and gun stock screws constantly need tightening, heavy, trigger needs to be lighter it breaks at 5 plds.

By Joe J.September 19, 2016

I went to My local Walmart looking for a varmint pellet gun in the $60 to 80 range. The store had been open only one day with many newbies working. this Ruger was on the shelf marked $69.99! after debating with 5th & final manager of the store, I bought it for price as marked!!! I took it home, mounted the scope & within 6 or 7 shots to sight in the scope, I was hitting a 2" circle at 50 yds. My daughter drew a chipmunk on a plastic 1-gallon milk jug & placed it at about 50 yds. wit a 1" X 8" pine board for a backer. She came back, rested the gun & squeezed. Dead center on Mr. chipmunks skull & split the board in to 2 pieces.

Awesome right out of the box with a combined 30 count combined of chipmunk & squirrel "targets" confirmed eradicated. ( PETA friendly version)

None except, it could have come with a $50.00 manufacturer's rebate coupon! (LOL - Thanks Sam & all your newbies)

By STEPHENUSASeptember 15, 2016

I use this rifle to dispach rats, ravens and squirrels. and with the benefit of not echoing to the neighbors when fired. It punches into the hard body squirrels and Norway rats.

A quieter gun than than RWS model 45 .177

Sweat from atmospheric changes when going from cold outdoors to warm house or vice versa in summer. Need to safeguard it where it won't sweat from condensation

By RickSeptember 13, 2016

The Yukon is everything its advertised to be. The scope could be better. Very happy with the gun.

Solid, Well built, accurate.


By RobertUSASeptember 2, 2016

Wow! this is a nice rifle. Shoots very smoothly and quietly. "Neighbor friendly" if you live in town. The front sight looks fragile, so be careful with it. The stock is nicely grained and the scope mount is rock steady so far.

Looks really nice, shoots smoothly

Front sight needs a hood or other protection.

By AlexanderUSAAugust 23, 2016

Buy this gun if youre looking in the 150 dollar range, I'm sure it cant get much better. Great power, pretty loud. Easiest review ever.



By garyAugust 8, 2016

great air gun easy to site in and lots of power


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Why does my Ruger Yukon Magnum not have an adjustable trigger. Instead of a allen head screw it has a phillips screw and is not adjustable. The screw won't budge. I vove the gun , but if you advertise a adjustable trigger , it should have one.

asked Howard Winter

What kind of trigger does this have? Is it a TO6?

asked Leighton

I have issues with color blindness and adustable sights, All I'm asking is simple, are the built in sights distinct from each other, and are they easily zero'd? thanks.

asked Cody Painter

Is the Weaver rail 20mm?

asked Tim from USA

Can you buy a replacement front sight?

asked Amy from USA


asked BENJI

can you put a bipod on this and if so what is the best one for the best price?

asked Amy from USA

I received my Ruger Yukon .22 cal as a gift. I am wondering if anyone has good information on how to field strip this rifle and what are the key actions to take to maintain longevity and accuracy? Are there any videos with this information on them?

asked Kirk

There are two thoughts on this; one is it doesn't need anything except maybe a drop of lube here and there once in a great while, the other is it should be completely taken apart first thing and cleaned/lubed. Just note that the trigger is held together by a bunch of pins which are floating and held in place by the stock. So if you remove the stock I'd do it with the gun horizontal but upside down. If on it's side then one or more pins will likely slide out and it can be difficult to figure out how it all goes back together. There is lots of info out there on break barrel guns, but this one has a new trigger design and there is very little info on it. To take this gun completely apart you have to remove the trigger and it's guts.


Yes, There are video's on and on

Irving from USA

They're not too hard to understand, and very similar to other break barrel guns. Be careful taking the stock off because the pins holding the trigger together are loose and the stock is what keeps then from sliding out. There's an exploded parts view out there somewhere, so google that which will help. I have it for the Octane, which is no doubt identical to this one. As for tuning and/or maintenance I have some info if you want it. Basically I'd start with repairing or replacing the main seal, and doing a lot of little things here and there to improve it chevota at hotmail if you want any/all the info. Just tell me the exact gun you have, and what you want to do and/or improve on it.


kindly tell me how this gas piston break barrel works. i own an air rifle but they are both pump gun..

asked leo corpus,jrl

This link has some cool info and interactive motion: This may be what' you're looking for: The above shows a coil spring, but a gas spring does the same thing. Basically picture a big syringe with a barrel for a needle. The plunger has a spring (coil or gas) behind it. You cock it by pulling the piston back against the spring under a lot of tension. When fired the spring forces the piston fwd pushing all the air in the syringe out the needle, which is where your pellet is. Make sense? Gas springs are better than coil springs in theory, but the reality is many leak out. The mfg's give the impression they last for ever, but on avg coil springs will easily outlast them. Don't believe the velocity claims either, those were done using super light and useless pellets Also note the coil spring predecessor to this gun had a much better trigger. Between this gun and others sold here you have lots of options, each with pros and cons. Before I'd buy any gun with a gas spring I'd find out who pays shipping when it fails. If you have to ship to Umarex and pay ship one way then it might not be worth it. Then once past the warranty I'd better be able to buy a replacement gas spring for a reasonable price. Umarex is known for not helping people with parts, and if they do the price can kill the deal. If so then Crosman is very good about parts, and their nitro/gas springs should fit it with a little effort, and are $30 delivered. If needed you can send me your gas springs measurements and I'll tell you which Crosman nitro will be the best fit. chevota at hotmail. You might also check out the Ruger Impact for $99, or Ruger Blackhawk Elite for $60. Good guns to see how you feel about this type if gun before dropping $200 on one.


Spring piston and gas piston rifles both work on the same principal. When cocking the gun, a tube containing either a spring or gas piston (a sealed tube with gas, that compresses to high pressure) is compressed. When fired, this launches forward, compressing the air in front of it, shooting the pellet. Videos can be found on YouTube - it is easier to understand when explained visually. This also causes a forward recoil - which makes shooting them incredibly tough compared to other air rifles or firearms. The techniques that normally get you a good shot won't work with a spring piston, they must be shot using a special hold (artillery hold, also something you an look up on YouTube.) These guns are extremely powerful, don't require multiple pumps like multi-pump pneumatics, or an external air tank or CO2 tank, like PCP and CO2 rifles, so they are entirely self-contained, making them a very good general-purpose gun.


OK this gun has the Gas Piston and i like all my guns now to have that. I have a .177 Ruger Elite that shots the .177's very nicely. Here is what i would like the Ruger Elite that shots the .22's with a Gas Piston. So far no luck on finding or having one added. Next thought this Yukon .22 with the Reaxis or the one with the black .22 magnum spring? I wonder if in any way the Ruger Yukon Air Rifle - .22 Caliber would be as good as the black .22 magnum that costs $164.00. Everyone gives this Ruger Springer a 5 ***** STAR!!! But the SPRING Well what would people think of that decision to make as in which one!!! Anyone know of a conversion for the black .22 magnum spring? "HELP!"

asked Art from USA

The older Rugers with coil springs cannot be converted to gas, at least not for a reasonable price. This Yukon is basically the factory version of the old Ruger with that mod. They had to make a whole new trigger system to make it work and it isn't as good. Same with the Ruger Air Magnum, the gas spring version is the Umarex Octane. You can mod your coil guns to be much better and quieter, either with home mods or buying a Vortek kit which is likely to cost more than the gun is worth. Fyi.


I don't know of any conversion for the springer. If your looking for a nice gas piston 22 cal. I highly recommend the Ruger Yukon it's a very smooth cocking quiet and accurate gun I am very happy with mine as far as the price goes if I had paid 50- 100 dollars more I would still be satisfied. I hope this helps good luck.

Dan from USA

With so many choices of manufacturer and caliber and power source, I cannot think why a person would want to go to the expense of converting a springer to a gas-piston when the nicest gas-piston .22 pellet rifle (in its price class) is already out there: The Ruger Yukon. If you really need the black synthetic stock, why not consider the Umarex Octane ? It uses the same Reaxis power system, and is just slightly more in price than the Ruger Yukon. I own a Yukon and have nothing but great things to say about it.

Arnold from USA

Your ad says weight is 4.99#'s. Pyramid air says the weight is 9#'s. Which is it?

asked Joe

Amazing lightweight is certainly THE reason I bought one. In reality the old saying still holds "If it seems too good to be true, it probably isn't" and the weight IS closer to 9.00. Notice I didn't put a #'s or lbs. after weight number? Neither did they in description or specs. Let the buyer beware! I still am happy to include this rifle in my collection, btw.

Mark from USA

Without the scope and the rifle held upright with the butt end on the bathroom scale it reads 9lbs.


When will it restock

asked john miller

John, According to our website, it shows this particular gun coming back into stock on August 25, 2013. Hope that helps. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Does this air rifle only weigh 5 lbs? The reason I ask, is that advertised velocity and weight of air rifles does raise eyebrows.

asked gabe

Most guns of this size and power level weight about 6.75lbs +-4oz w/o a scope. The specs on this page as of today (17 Jul '15) say 9lbs. Scopes that size usually weigh about 16oz, maybe 20 with mounts. I have the Umarex Octane which is a larger magnum version of this gun and it's 8.52lbs w/o scope. The Octane has a synthetic stock but it is not lighter than a wood one. Other magnums like the Trial XL and Diana 350 also weigh 8.5lbs +- 2oz. So my guess is 7lbs at most w/o scope. Bathroom scales are usually useless for weighing guns so maybe that's what whoever used.


I was wondering the same thing, so I looked up the specs in the manual on the Umarex website. The rifle weighs in at 9 lbs.


I have a Ruger Yukon in .22 cal and my (admittedly inexact ) measurement system shows it weighs 6.5 pounds WITHOUT the scope. Great air gun!

Arnold from USA

is it a break barrel or does it have a magazine?

asked josiah

Josiah, This particular gun is a break barrel. Hope that answers your question. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

What does Single Shot mean?

asked josiah

Josiah, A single shot means that you have to reload after every shot. It will not shoot more than on pellet at a time. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

What is the effective range for hunting?

asked kevin from USA

It all depends on the accuracy you can achieve. If you can consistently place 5 shots in a 1 inch circle at X yards, move back another 5 yards and try again. If you can't repeat that, then the first distance is you effective range. That being said, for a clean kill on small game and garden pests, residual energy AT THE TARGET should be between 6-8 Ft. Lbs. This rifle has a muzzle velocity of 1050 FPS, probably with lighter hyper velocity pellets ( most companies, with the exception of Hatsan publish velocities with this type of pellet ) So if the pellet weighs about 10 grains, with a velocity of 1050 fps, you get a muzzle energy of about 24 ft. lbs. This should be good out to at least 25 or 30 yards, again depending on you accuracy.

Thomas from Mexico

How is the noise on this one?

asked Vic

This gun is surprisingly quiet considering how powerful it is. My daughter, her husband-to-be, and I shoot right in the back yard constantly, with neighbors surrounding all but the rear yard, and no one even notices us. I walked 30' away from where we were shooting to see why, and was pleasantly surprised- this gun's no louder than my old Crosman pump that I had from when I was a kid! What MAY be loud is the pellet hitting a hard target! I built a 3-bay target box that's padded with scrap carpet as the first damper which makes backyard plinking practically silent even at 25 yards, but when that 15 grain pellet hits the plastic 2-liter bottle in the tree at 60 yards it sounds like someone walked back there and whacked it with a bat! Soft targets, no noise- stuff like a barrel or drum, you'll be heard loud and clear, so it depends what you're aiming at- as it will with any setup Hope this helps!

Pete T
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