Date: 21/10/2019 2:38
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Customers Q&A on Ruger 10/22 CO2 Air Rifle .177

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  • Danny from USA asked:

    Anybody able to mount a bipod to it yet?

  • Douglas from USA asked:

    Can anyone tell me which sling I should get for the 10/22? Thanks.

    • Mark from USA:

      As long as the sling comes with swivels you are good.

  • Douglas from USA asked:

    What type of sling swivel do I need for the 10/22? Thanks.

  • Robert from USA asked:

    Does it have a rifled barrel?

    • Mark from USA:

      Yes

  • James from USA asked:

    When will the black part of the magazines be available. I would like to have more to go with the extra rotary part of the magazines.

    • James from USA:

      To Mark. This is made by umerex.

    • Mark from USA:

      Contact Crosman. We do not have any parts.

  • william from USA asked:

    Will this accept third party accessories that the real Ruger accepts such as folding stocks?

    • Mark from USA:

      No. The air rifle action has a very different shape.

  • Ralph from USA asked:

    When will the magazines become available?

    • Nasimuddeen from India asked:

      What is the process to get it in India & its Mame by which material

      • Nasimuddeen from India asked:

        What is the process to get it in India & its Mame by which material

        • Sang from USA asked:

          Perhaps I missed it but approximately how many shots can be expected before having to change the CO2 cartridges? Thank you!

          • John from USA:

            70-75 depending on the temperature.

          • Mark from USA:

            We do not have that information.

        • Matt from USA asked:

          Where are the options Tyler talked about in the Youtube video(PA Insider) scope, scope rail etc? Thank you.

          • Stuart from USA asked:

            How is the rifle packaged. Standard Umarex Graphic Type Box or Plain Brown Box? Also are additional magazines available?

            • walter shipman from USA:

              Mine came in the Standard Umarex Graphic Type Box sandwiched in three pieces of styrofoam - 2 end pieces and one middle.

            • Mark from USA:

              The rifle will have a Umarex colored factory box. We ship that in a plain brown box. At this time there are no extra magazines available.

          • Keith from USA asked:

            Is the CO2 loading chamber a side by side loader or a double stacker loader? If double stacker will the issues experienced by the Legends Cowboy Lever action Rifle be resolved to puncture both CO2 caplets at the same time?

            • Stanley from USA:

              Double stacker. Unknown about similar issues.

          • Martin from USA asked:

            Does this have a blow back design so that one does not have to cock the rifle before every shot in order to get the 3lb trigger pull?

            • Stanley from USA:

              No blow back . Pull back for a lighter trigger pull ( around 5 pounds ). Or double action at 11 pounds. Watch the video its well explained ?

            • Bernhard from USA:

              No.

          • Chris from USA asked:

            Will aftermarket 10/22 stocks fit this?

            • Mark from USA:

              No. The internal dimensions of the action are very different.

          • Darrel from USA asked:

            Can a rail be added to mount a scope

            • Tyler from USA:

              Yes, it accepts standard 10/22 scope rails (same ones for the real firearm). You can probably find compatible mounts at your local firearms dealer

          • Mark from USA asked:

            While the single action feature is nice, would the 10/22's after market left hand charging handles work? One of those rare cases a left hand shooter wins....

            • Keith from USA asked:

              How many Magezines come with this rifle?

              • Tyler from USA:

                I believe just one

            • Leonard from USA asked:

              Any possibility of a 22 caliber in the future?

              • Tyler from USA:

                The gun was just announced at SHOT show last month, the future is full of possibilities, who knows.

            • stan from USA asked:

              Why is this any different from a crosman 1077? Just because it is replica does not make it any better.

              • walter shipman from USA:

                Just got mine, have not shot it yet, hope to in the next day or so - wx permitting. However, did pay the extra 10 bucks for the test firing, etc.The printou shows velocity results for 10 shots (new gun, no break-in, new CO2 cylinder) for 7gr RWS Diabolo Basic avg 578 fps.

              • Airgun Papa from USA:

                I have both the Crosman and now the Ruger. The Ruger is more metal construction such as the receiver and sights. The double action trigger of the Crosman is far better than the heavy DA pull of the Ruger, but the Ruger has the option of pre-cocking the action to provide a very nice single action pull. Power wise the Ruger has a little more velocity. I was unable to get the proper windage adjustment from the Ruger's limited adjustment of the rear sight and the front sight did not seem to be able to be drifted in what appears to be a dovetail. The Crosman is easily sighted in. After market genuine walnut stocks can be found for the Crosman. I got one before they introduced the wood stock. I do not believe the Ruger design will allow for a wood stock, but it seems feasible to provide a faux wood plastic stock such as that offered on the new M1 and the lever action model.

              • Tyler from USA:

                There are multiple differences, but 1) it accepts the same mounting set ups as a standard 10/22 which is pretty neat. 2) the bolt actually allows you to go from a double action trigger to single action, which is really great if you're trying to do more precise shooting.

            • Sonny from USA asked:

              Wonder if they will offer 10/22 with wood stock? If not can it fit a 10/22 fire arm stock?

              • Tyler from USA:

                All fair questions, but since the gun is not actually out yet, the only folks that might know are Umarex USA.

            • Howard from USA asked:

              I know this is early but will spare magazine be available? Given the unique design of the traditional 10/22 magazine, the magazine used for this replica may be strictly for this one. Thanks.

              • Tyler from USA:

                Yes, they will be available

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