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Ruger 10/22 Deluxe Model 10/22DSP, 22 LR 18 1/2" Blued Barre Reviews

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16 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.4 of 5 Stars!
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by Doug L Wednesday 13 December, 2017
It was this or a Marlin, I had not shot a .22 rifle in 30 years, got it to bring back some memories.. and it came through. Add a Voretex Crossfire scope and i was in business. Smooth, great looking rifle, with the scope can put a 2 inch pattern from 40 yds on the target. Something about wood stock that takes me back ... I have put 1500 rounds of assorted ammo, 40g works best, had a 2-3 failures to feed with the 38g, none w/ 40g ThunderBolts, CCI, Blazer and Federal. Had this in 2 days from order from Buds - amazing service. do yourself a favor jump in a get this if you are looking...

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Kevin L Sunday 10 December, 2017
I love Bud's selection and prices. I do not like their shipping policy of holding up shipments for 5-7 days for EFT (Checks) to clear. We all know that is BS. Maybe if we complain often enough, they will end this unnecessary practice. On to the gun. It was a beautiful Wooden Stock 10/22, however, I am a collector of Ruger Firearms. As you know, the original box and the contents add value to a gun to a buyer of LNIB guns. My Ruger box was severely damaged in shipping. I called Ruger and asked them if they would send me a new box. The young lady I spoke to not only sent me a new box, but it had the appropriate label on it, complete with all standard info. The icing on the cake...she Fed-Exed it to me, NO CHARGE. That is customer service folks.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Richard C Saturday 21 November, 2015
Great looking .22 rifle . I am very pleased with it . My best 3 shot group @ 50 yards was .548 , using Wolf ammo . Sometimes a semi auto does not eject light target rounds ( my Marlin 60 has trouble with it ) but my Ruger has ejected every thing that I have tried in it with no problems . I have tried 8 different brands of ammo in it so far .

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Daniel R Monday 01 June, 2015
Arrived with sights far from zero - barely on the paper at 50 yards with a 100 yard target. The front sight fell out of the dovetail during my second time shooting it. This is my second 10/22 Sporter (and I could never find anything wrong with the first), but this one is so far quite disappointing in accuracy and quality. I got some gunsmithing advice on staking the dovetails for when I try for a third time to get the windage right on the sights, but we'll see how it turns out. Quite a pity, as it's otherwise very nice looking for a 10/22, and more comfortable to shoulder than basic or takedown models.

Rating:     2 of 5 Stars!
by Skip W Monday 16 February, 2015
Great service for a fine rifle.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by hal J Saturday 02 March, 2013
Had a 10/22 takedown and decided to sell it and pick up a Deluxe squirrel-greaser. The nicer stock, with checkering, and the omission of the barrel band, make it a great looking plinker. It also came with sling swivels whereas the Takedown and cheaper models did not. I stuck a Leupold rimfire 2-7x28 on it and the rifle balances and carries nicely. The trigger, out of the box, definitely sucks. It is just too heavy. Shooting at anything small beyond 25 yards, especially with a scope, you realize how heavy the trigger is. You are ready to fire and it almost feels like the safety is on---the reticle bounces around a bit and then the trigger finally breaks. I stuck a $40 Volquartsen hammer in the trigger assembly which seems to have taken the trigger pull down to 3 or 4 pounds. This rifle is ready to bust cottontails and squirrels. I'm pleased.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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