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Ruger 10/22 Air Rifle .177
Read more about the Ruger 10/22 CO2 Air Rifle in Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blog!
The Ruger 10/22 is an iconic rifle that has introduced countless shooters to firearms. Thanks to Umarex, the 10/22 is now available as a CO2 powered pellet rifle! With almost identical physical specs and characteristics to the .22LR rimfire rifle it's modeled after, this rifle is sure to be a hit in backyards everywhere.
A 10 round pellet magazine seamlessly loads into the rifle, and two 12 gram CO2 cartridges in the rear of the stock send pellets to their target at speeds up to 650 fps. The 10/22 is likely to find fans in new shooters and replica fans alike due to the light overall weight and authentic features.
Maybe the most intriguing feature is the trigger. While the 10/22 has a 10 lbs double action pull, simply cocking the charging handle on the rifle turns this into a single action trigger and reduces the weight to 3 lbs. This feature makes the rifle more user-friendly and should aid in the overall accuracy.
|Max Velocity||650 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Well the first thing I liked was it looks and feels exactly like a 10/22 and who doesn't love a 10/22. The second thing I loved was the accuracy. This thing is a tack driver and with the right pellets will put 10 of them into a tiny ragged hole at 33 feet (11 yards/10 meters). It is also not extremely ammo sensitive and has shot most of the pellets I've tried (about a dozen so far) very accurately and shoots 1/2 to 3/4 inch 10 round groups at 10 meter target with 75% of the ones I've tried. All testing was done cocking the gun to use the lighter single action trigger pull and most plinking was done rapid fire with the heavier double action trigger pull. This thing is a lot of fun,
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if they would include at least a couple of extra clips and perhaps even an extra complete magazine and couple of extra clips. You will want several. I have 2 complete mags and a total of 7 clips and plan on picking up a few more. I am getting about 70 shots per fill but there is still about 20-30 un-usable shots left in the CO2's. Would be nice to have a little more power for the un-usable air and a little more power would have been nice overall. Only other complaint is sights are plastic and not easily drift adjustable and mine shot about an inch left out of box. I used a cheap but awesome UTG red dot and fixed that problem real quick.
What others should know: Buy lots of CO2 and pellets , some extra clips and a decent scope or red dot and you will have a blast!
Things I liked: Looks and feels real. The double co2 provides good power and lots of shots.
Things I would have changed: Wish it was a .22
What others should know: First shot was a bulls eye.
Things I liked: This rifle is nearly an exact duplicate of the actual 10/22.... same weight, handling, feel, etc. This is one of the most accurate air rifles I have every shot! After some break in, I was shooting 10 shot groups of less than 1/2" at 15 yards.
Things I would have changed: -First, the butt plate access lock to the C02 area.... difficult to get into, and difficult to close/latch. -Leaky C02 system..... I returned two of these guns due to C02 leaking out in/around the trigger area.... this was after several hundred rounds, and each time, when putting in new C02, could hear the leak, and by the time I got a magazine in the gun to shoot....the C02 was gone. This was finally not an issue with the third gun I received. -Power..... this gun is strictly a plinker. At 20 yrds and beyond the pellet drop is significant. I shot a squirrel in the backyard, and watch through the scope as the pellet literally bounced off, and the squirrel ran away. -Cold Weather!!! This gun is affected more by cold than any other C02 gun I've used. After about 10 mins in 20F, on full C02 carts, you can literally watch the pellet's flight through the scope. Make your own assumption from there. :)
What others should know: I loved the accuracy, and the resemblance to the actually 10/22, but ultimately returned the gun for a refund.... if it can't kill a squirrel, then it's really of no use to me. This gun while accurate, does not even remotely have the power necessary for anything beyond plinking. That's unfortunate, because I really like the gun overall.
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Why do both my co2 cartridges vent out completely upon turning the Alan wrench key? I have wasted four cartridges this way and am not happy with this gun right now. Any trouble shooting tips so I do not have to throw the thing out?
The gun is defective. return it ,if you are in the return period . Crosman has 1 year warranty.
Are there gonna be any of the black housing part of the magazine manufactured and sold? Because I'd like to get some to go with the extra red rotary part of the magazine that I have purchased. Thanks! Jack
At this time there are no spare magazines available.
I'm very much interested, How can I purchase it?
Ruger 10/22 CO2 Air Rifle .177
|Max Velocity||650 fps|