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    Ruger 1103 10/22 Carbine 22 Long Rifle 18.5 Inch Hardwood Stock Black Finish Rifle

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    Ruger 1103 10/22 Carbine Semi-Auto 22LR 18.5" 10+1 Hardwood Stock Black Finish

    The Ruger 10/22 rifle is America's favorite 22 LR rifle, and it's ideally
    suited for informal target shooting, plinking, small game hunting, and
    action-shooting events. The 10/22 rifle is sleek, perfectly balanced,
    rugged, superbly accurate, and known for its legendary action and renowned
    reliable rotary magazine. The 10/22 Carbine features a hammer-forged barrel
    locked into the receiver by a unique two-screw V-block system, a
    precision-machined A380 aluminum alloy receiver, and a patented detachable
    rotary magazine with a unique rotor to separate cartridges and provide
    reliable feeding. This rifle comes with a combination scope base adapter
    for both Weaver-style and 22 "tip-off" scope mounts.

    Mfg Item Num: 1103
    Category: RIFLES
    Action :Semi-Automatic
    Caliber :22 Long Rifle
    Barrel Length :18.5"
    Capacity :10+1
    Trigger :Single-Stage
    Safety :Crossbolt
    OAL :37"
    Weight :5 lbs
    Stock Description :Walnut
    Metal Finish :Black
    Twist :1:16"
    Barrel Description :Hammer-Forged
    Receiver Material :Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
    Sights :Adj Rear, Bead Front, Drilled/Tapped
    Barrel Length Range :18.00" to 19.99"
    Weight Range :5.00 lbs to 5.99 lbs
    Hand :Right
    Stock Finish Group :Wood
    Metal Finish Group :Blued/Black

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