2019 SHOT Show Primer: Ruger 10/22 Competition

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posted on January 18, 2019
Ruger opened its Custom Shop in 2018, and one of the first guns off the line was the 10/22 Competition. If you're thinking about getting into any of the new and extremely popular long-range rimfire challenges, this rifle, with its enhanced features, could give you a competitive edge. American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach was offered an early look at the new Ruger 10/22 Competition, essentially an improved version of Ruger's classic 10/22 with new features such as a 30 MOA Picatinny rail, Ruger BX trigger, fluted barrel, a muzzle brake and an updated chamber, to name a few. For more, check out this 2019 SHOT Show primer.


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