Gun Report

Ruger 10/22 Camo/Laser 22 LR

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Although we liked the camo finish and sometimes found the laser to be mighty useful, we really balked at the cost of this setup. If you really need it and are willing to spend three times the cost of the Marlin, this setup works extremely well. Yet you still might want a better trigger, and that’s even more money. Workmanship here was top-notch.

Ruger 10/22 Camo/Laser 22 LR

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Home Defense
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The Ruger’s bolt did not stay open following the last shot, though it could be locked open with a rocking lever in front of the trigger guard. There were four holes drilled and tapped into the top of the receiver, but no tip-off rails.
The pistol grip and forend were strongly checkered. The camo coating covered just about everything, and was also very attractive, we thought. The rear sight was a folding one giving a sight picture we didn’t much like.
There are many accessories available for the 10/22, perhaps none so clever as this laser sight. A button on the left of the stock activates it. Two tiny Allen screws permit adjusting it for elevation and windage to match your iron sights. This could be a handy item for dim-light conditions, as long as you can clearly identify your target.

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