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 Complete Guide to the Ruger 10/22


Ruger 10 22 guide manual book    Ruger 10 22 disassembly


•  The only current printed manual that includes information on
   ALL models from 1964 ~ 2005.
Includes all serial numbers and manufacture dates for
   all models from 1964 ~ 2004!

•  Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your work surface.
•  56 pages & 66 high-resolution grayscale images.

•  Cardstock cover. Bright white paper.

Safety tips
The 10/22
The 10/22
William B. Ruger
Ruger's Description
Operational Background
Bolt Lock
Loading & Magazine
Sight adjustment - Elevation
Sight adjustment - Windage
Field Stripping
Firing Pin & Extractor
Trigger Group
Performance Parts
Three "better than original parts"
Other Accessories
ALL serial number and manufacture from 1964 ~ 2004
Exploded Part Diagrams - Upper
Exploded Part Diagrams - Bolt
Exploded Part Diagrams - Trigger
Exploded Part Diagrams - Stocks

Excerpt from this Ruger Guide:

The Ruger .44 Carbine and the Ruger 10/22

At first glance these two rifles appear to be very similar. From its debut in 1964, the 10/22 was marketed as an “ideal hunting companion” to Ruger’s first rifle, the .44 Magnum Carbine. The .44 Magnum Carbine was introduced in 1959. Barrel length, safety, sights, barrel band, and stock, are identical. The 10/22 weighs about 5 pounds and the .44 weighs in at 5.75 pounds. However, the internal mechanisms are as different as night and day.

Although the .44 carbine was discontinued in 1985, the 10/22 lives on and is considered the most popular .22 rifle on the planet with over 4 million produced since 1964.

Operation of the Ruger 10/22 Carbines

The 10/22 uses a rotary magazine. Retracting the bolt handle cocks the internal hammer and compresses the recoil spring. When the bolt is manually released it moves forward (driven by the recoil spring), strips a cartridge from the magazine (if magazine is loaded) and chambers the cartridge. The bolt is held against the chambered cartridge by the recoil spring. When the trigger is pulled, the hammer is released and strikes the firing pin which indents the cartridge case rim and ignites the priming compound inside the rim. As the bullet leaves the barrel, the bolt is forced rearward automatically, extracting and ejecting the fired case, and at the same time cocking the hammer and compressing the recoil spring again. Once the trigger is released the rifle is ready to fire again and will cycle repeatedly until there are no more cartridges in the magazine.

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Complete Guide to the Ruger 10/22 Rifle


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