NRA-Edition Ruger 10/22 Takedown

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posted on April 30, 2014
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Davidson’s, Inc., one of the nation’s largest firearm wholesalers, has partnered with Ruger to offer an exclusive NRA-edition Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle. Designed by Davidson’s, the rifle features the NRA logo in block letters on the bolt face, Natural Gear camouflage finish and unique NRA serial numbers-NRA2XXXX.

The rifle comes with a compact brown Cordura carry case with internal pouches designed to hold the broken-down rifle, and two capacious front pockets for ammunition or accessories; the NRA logo is embroidered on the top pocket and black, molle-style webbing is stitched into the bottom. The rifle features HiViz front and rear sights and a Weaver-style scope base adapter. For each rifle sold, both Davidson’s and Ruger will contribute $10 to the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (ILA). This rifle is available exclusively at Davidson’s dealers nationwide and galleryofguns.com.

Price: $475

Contact: GalleryOfGuns.com, 2625 Stearman Road, Prescott, AZ 86301; (800) 537-2565

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