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Ruger 10-22 M1 Commemorative Rifle 22 LR, $339

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GUN TESTS GRADE: B
The rifle is functional, reliable once broken in, and accurate enough for most chores. The nontraditional rail may not look like an M1 carbine, but it certainly held the red dot well.

Ruger 10-22 M1 Commemorative Rifle 22 LR, $339

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The scope mounting rail was seen as a good addition. The rail mount allows easy deployment of a red-dot scope.
The Commemorative rifle is a near look alike for the .30M1 carbine, top. The 10-22 M1 rifle features the proven Ruger 10-22 self-loading rifle action. The controls are standard push-button safety and the new enlarged magazine release.
The 10-22 M1 rifle comes with a single magazine, a new type of X magazine that holds 15 cartridges. The rifle accepts the standard 10-round rotary magazines as well as both the new X-15 and the previous X-25 Ruger magazines.
We would most likely want to put an optic on this rifle, but the provided iron sights were plenty good as is.

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