Ruger 10 22 rifle serial number dating
Two 39A's pre-safety models Three 1870-1970 Century Limited's One 39M One 1897 Cowboy One 1897T One 39 TDS On this recent 39A I plan on installing a vintage all steel receiver sight, probably a Redfield #75 and base, or a Lyman.
I will also install a globe front sight with interchangable posts.
Two 1895's converted to .50 Alaskan One .444 Marlin One 336 Cowboy .30-30 Two 336 Cowboy .38/55's One 336 .35 Remington pre-safety that has been cut down to 16-1/2" barrel One 336T .30-30 pre-safety One 336 .30-30 saddle ring straight grip rifle One 336ER .356 Winchester One 336 .44 Magnum One 36A rifle .32 Winchester I may have forgotten one or two, but this is a fair representation of what I currently own and shoot.
Again, thanks for all the information available here.
The tubular magazine holds up to 14 Long Rifle rounds since the late-1980s, the capacity of the rifle was reduced to a 15 round maximum limit, to meet NJ's firearms law for semi-automatic assault weapons.
For instance: Or this: The Ruger 10/22 is a chameleon, serving as everything from your kid’s first long gun or a varmint rifle, to a deadly-accurate light weapon that can be used for some surprisingly lethal pursuits.
The only thing that will slow you down loading the magazine. So if you’re in the market for a gun for your kid, and just can’t bring yourself to spring for the Hello Kitty AR-15 (you knew I’d get a reference in for that one sooner or later), if you need a reliable varmint gun, or just want to go plink at the range without putting a dent into your wallet, the Ruger 10/22 is a great place to start your search.