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All kinds of stuff about 10/22’s

Posted on May 13th, by Michael in Advice, Gear, Survival. No Comments

It’s been over 50 years since Bill Ruger introduced his semi-automatic, rotary box magazine-fed rimfire: the 10/22.   For those of you new to the 10/22, I suppose a little introduction is necessary.    The 10/22 was basically a semi-auto .22 rimfire about as popular as any other until Ram-Line company introduced their polymer high-capacity (20, 30 and 50 rounds) magazines for it.   Suddenly, the 10/22 was a lot more exciting than its tubular magazine-fed competitors.     Enabled by this increase in capacity, a number of companies introduced polymer folding stocks, ventilated handguards and other “dress-up” accessories.    Things were going along fine until September 13, 1994, when President Bill Clinton signed the “Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act” into law.  This act, which included an “assault weapons ban,” essentially ended the party for sexed-up 10/22’s by effectively put an end to the … Read More »






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