Talo Distributors, bless their hearts, have the wrong photo up on this rifle. Ours is correct; and Talo’s numbers are correct. Here is as sexy a configuration for a Ruger 10/22 as any of us will ever see, Talo’s Special Edition numbered model 1264 or 01264, letter number K10/22RBIW. The original factory runs, numbers 1264 and 1265, began in 1994 and discontinued in 2003, according to Mr. Fjiestad. Thanks to Talo for bringing back a classic, and we forgive their photo switch. No rimfire rifle has ever even approached the winning combination of reliability, economy, and quality that the Ruger 10/22 has embodied since 1964. This variant is the 10/22’s best configuration for German-American Artistry. Manufacturer is Sturm Ruger of Newport, NH. Exclusive distributor is Talo of Framingham, MA. Action is the traditional, Ruger 10/22 blowback semi-auto, the most reliable system of its kind. The action accepts traditional 10 shot BX-1 magazines, as well as the factory Ruger 25 rounder and a whole host of aftermarket mags. Note the extended magazine release, now standard on all 10/22s. Construction is stainless steel parts and barrel with coated natural white alloy receiver, polymer trigger housing and internal buffers. Stock is Mannlicher International style American Walnut, cut checkered on the forend area and pistol grip areas. Barrel length is 16.12 inches, 6 Groove with 1:16 Right Hand Twist. Trigger is matte blue Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches from the .350 step serrated face polymer trigger with steel plunger to the end of the 1/2 inch black spaced brown rubber factory logo recoil pad. Barrel is 18 1/2 inches, 6 groove 1:16 Right Hand twist, with brass tipped black blade front sight that is dovetailed into the muzzle collar; and white diamond elevation adjustable black blade folding anodized rear sight dovetailed into the barrel and drift adjustable only for windage. Overall length is 36 15/16 inches. Weight empty is 5 pounds 3 ounces with center of gravity under the bolt operation handle. Replacement pricing on similar bolt action rifles ranges upwards of $1000 per unit. We’re offering the 10/22 Stainless Mannlicher rifle in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates for only $ 349.00.
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