In 2012, Ruger introduced the Takedown version of its popular 10/22 semi-auto rifle. Not long after, the company added a threaded-barrel model to the lineup. Designed to quickly break in half for easy storage or carry in a backpack, this model is just as easily accessorized as its predecessors. Here are some useful field tested items to dress up your Takedown. Some are brand new for 2015, and all of them are affordably priced:
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