Ruger 10/22 Variations

International Ruger 10/22

The discontinued 10/22 International model was fitted with a Mannlicher stock. Standard barrel lengths are 20″ in the 10/22 Rifle, 1812” in the 10/22 Carbine, and 1618” in the 10/22 Compact Rifle which is also fitted with a shorter stock. The 10/22 Target model is available with a 20″ bull barrel with no iron sights.

 

Ruger 10/22 Magnum and Ruger10/17

A magnum version, chambered for the .22 WMR cartridge, was made from 1998 to 2006, and a .17 HMR version, the 10/17 was announced in 2004, but was only listed in the catalog for two years. The standard version has been in production since 1964.

 

Ruger 10/22 Charger Pistol

Ruger Charger. Comes with bipod. Shown with aftermarket TruGlow multi-color reflexive dot scope and Ruger BX-25 extended magazine.

The 22 Charger pistol, introduced in late 2007, is a handgun based on the 10/22 action. The 22 Charger comes with a black laminated wood pistol stock with forend, a 10″ (254 mm) matte blued heavy barrel, a bipod, and a Weaver style scope base in lieu of iron sights. Overall length is just under 20″ (508 mm), making it quite large for a handgun. As it has an included bipod it is likely to be used from a shooting bench or table. The bipod attaches to a sling swivel on the stock fore-end, and is easily removable. Due to technical features, such as the magazine being outside the pistol grip, the Charger is not legally available in some U.S. states.

 

AWC Ultra II

The integrally-suppressed AWC Ultra II

The AWC Ultra II version of the Ruger 10/22 is integrally-suppressed and features a shortened barrel. The sound suppressor encloses a ported stainless barrel and is made of 300 series stainless steel having a 1″ diameter which closely resembles a bull barrel. The barrel length is 16.5″ with an overall weapon length of 3412” and the weight is 6 lbs. Due to the integral suppressor, this model is a Title II weapon in the U.S.

 

SR-22 Rifle

In 2009, Ruger released the SR-22 Rifle model, a 10/22 receiver embedded in a outer receiver that mimics the dimensions of an AR-15 style rifle such as their own SR-556. The SR-22 Rifle uses standard 10/22 rotary magazines, as opposed to the tall box magazines used by most AR-15 style rimfire rifles. The positions of the magazine release, the safety and the charging handle are all more similar to a standard 10/22 than an AR-15. The SR-22 Rifle competes directly with other AR-15 style rimfire rifles such as those made by Colt and Smith & Wesson.

 

VLEH Target Tactical Rifle

In 2009 Ruger also announced the Target Tactical Rifle model, a hybrid of the 10/22T and Ruger M77 Hawkeye Tactical rifle.

 

10/22 Takedown

On March 28th, 2012 Ruger introduced the 10/22 Takedown model. This model disassembles into barrel and action/buttstock components easily. It is shipped in a backpack style case that has room for the rifle, ammunition, and accessories. As of May 2012, it is priced approximately 40% higher than the basic carbine models.

All .22 LR versions use an aluminum receiver, while the discontinued .22 Magnum version used a steel receiver with integral scope bases.

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