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Ruger 10-22 K10/2T .22 LR

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The Ruger was most accurate gun in the test with two ammos, though narrowly better than the Benchmark Classic. Had a good trigger. Problems: Difficult magazine extraction, the bolt didn’t lock open on an empty magazine, and highest retail price.

Ruger 10-22 K10/2T .22 LR

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The Ruger K10/2T came with a Weaver-style scope rail installed. The Ruger K10/2T's receiver is a common 10-22 aluminum receiver painted to match the polished stainless steel barrel.
Detaching the flush-fit Ruger magazine can be difficult, especially with cold or gloved fingers. The Ruger K10/2T is a heavy-barreled target model of the 10-22, the world's most popular rimfire rifle with more than 4 million sold in its 44-year history.
The Ruger K10/2T featured a trigger stop and a specially set target trigger that doesn't come on the standard 10-22 models. The trigger broke at an average of 5.25 pounds over 10 tries as measured with a digital Lyman Trigger Gauge.
The Ruger K10/2T's .915-diameter polished stainless steel barrel was the most accurate. The Remington/Eley Club Xtra and CCI Green Tag ammos shot quarter-inch groups at 25 yards.

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