Posts Tagged ‘Ruger 10/22’
Tired of building ARs? That’s just silly. Let’s start again. Ready to build something besides an AR? Magpul has what you need for your next build whether it is a .223 or a .22 LR. With the introduction of the Hunter X-22, new options will be available for the Ruger 10/22.
The Ruger 10/22 is the .22 everyone wants, everyone keeps, and everyone can afford! Along with the Colt 1911 handgun, the Remington 700, and Browning A5 shotgun,
Hogue Inc. has released one-piece, OverMolded Tactical Thumbhole–style rifle stocks for .920-inch-diameter bull-barreled carbines.
This week’s featured new products from Cheaper Than Dirt! include innovative firearms from Colt and Franklin Armory, as well as
With hunting season in full swing and Christmas right around the corner, now is the perfect time to gear up,
Besides the AR-15 and the 1911, there is one other gun you can customize to your heart’s content; you can even
Has it been awhile since you added any aftermarket accessories to your trusty old standby Ruger 10/22? If so, check
California Governor Jerry Brown Signs Bill Banning More Handguns
California Governor, Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1964 removing the “single-shot”
As we partner with more distributors, new products are added to Cheaper Than Dirt!’s website every day. Sometimes we have so many cool, new products that it is difficult to keep up. That’s why I am doing it for you! Upgrades to your Ruger and three new guns worthy of a lot of buzz are on today’s list.
A proven resource in creating a marksman is the use of inexpensive .22 caliber ammunition and .22 caliber firearms. The rimfire offers little or no recoil, minimal report and good accuracy. It is recognized that the rimfire is a good training aid for pure marksmanship, that is trigger control and learning sight alignment and sight picture. In today’s tight economy, we see both .22 caliber conversions and dedicated .22 caliber firearms pressed into service in training. With the high, and increasing, costs of training, .22 caliber conversion units and .22 caliber firearms appear to be a good buy.
On 10/22 day, we asked our Facebook followers to share a picture of their Ruger 10/22. The Ruger 10/22 is known for its versatility and with a wealth of aftermarket parts, you can take a simple varminter and turn it into whatever you want. And, as you can see, that is exactly what our Facebook community did!
Ruger wants fans of its firearms to help design a Ruger 10/22 rifle to commemorate the 50th anniversary of America’s favorite rimfire rifle. And the Cheaper Than Dirt! community can help select the winning design.
Camo-dipped shotguns and rifles—from either the factory or after-market—are popular with hunters. Camo-colored guns are practical when you need to stay hidden. However, graphics on any gun goes beyond just the practical. If you want a more eye-catching and customized gun in a sea of black, hydroprinting or hydrographics is for you.
Most shooters say they like more power in their rifles and handguns, but their buying habits show they overwhelmingly prefer less power — that is, in total rounds sold, .22-caliber firearms and ammunition dominate cartridge sales figures.
Chronicle staff writers pay attention to stories the Cheaper Than Dirt community enjoys—how information is delivered and what topics our readers prefer in The Shooter’s Log. Based on what customers actually clicked-on and read in 2012, lists are a favorite kind of article—the top-five most-read items over the past year were compilations of some sort.
Working together with Lyman, Adaptive Tactical releases the feature-rich synthetic AdTac™ RM4-SE Ruger 10/22 rifle stock with adjustable M4-style buttstock. The pistol grip holds the integral TacTRED™ monopod creating a stable shooting platform.
I know gun owners who have unique pieces. I regularly see rare and beautiful firearms lining gun cabinet walls that would feel more at home at a museum than in a buddy’s gun safe. However, with as much time as I’ve spent collecting firearms, I’ve noticed some common denominators the majority of gun collectors have on hand. While they may not be rare gems, they certainly fill their role as useful tools quite well. A new shooter would do well to purchase one of each.