Just a plain Jane Ruger 10 / 22 Rifle with Ruger BX Trigger

Discussion in 'Ruger Photos' started by BLACK RIFLE REVIEWS, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. I use this Ruger 10 / 22 with the optional BX Trigger installed with Simons .22 mag 4x power scope to kill Feral Hogs & Coyotes at 75 yards headshots are possible I found the CCI 40 Grain copper-plated hollow point Velocitor to be the most reliable and accurate. A shot placed 1/4 " below the ear is a kill shot with this ammunition. I have killed well over 150 Feral Hogs and over 40 coyotes with just a stock Ruger 10/22 Rifle. No need to put 2 grand in a 10/22 to make it accurate, It's accurate enough right out of the box to kill Coyotes & Feral Hogs at 50 & 75 yards. The power of the .22Lr is often underestimated it has been the caliber of choice of the professional poacher for over 100 years. It can take Gators, Razor Backs, Coyotes, Bob Cats, Mountian Lions, Deer, Fox, Coons , as well as several Varmints including the Two-Leg Varmints. Yes in my opinion the .22 LR can be used for self-defense. If a single shot of a .22 LR to the head of a Wild Boar well over 200 pounds brings him down it will bring down a Human Attacker Down as well with a shot placed to the Head Neck or Torso. I am not recommending that you USE a .22LR for self-defense I am saying it's capable to use for self-defense. I carry a .22LR Ruger LCP II lite rack as a backup Loaded with the CCI 40 grain Velocitor mentioned above to my EDC 9mm Hell Cat by Springfield Armory. A Feral Hog and a Coyote were taken with just the factory Iron Sights before adding a cheap budget scope to the Ruger 10 /22.
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  2. robmkivseries70

    robmkivseries70 New Member

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    Not all bad, as a friend of mine used to say. (Agreement BTW) I bought a 10-22 before the BX trigger was available and put in a Timney trigger, which was semi - drop - in. It has done well with a rear peep sight.
    Best,
    Rob
     

  3. rugertoter

    rugertoter Active Member

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    That's some nice shooting. My plain Jane 10/22 is awesome as well. I prefer the BX-15 magazines...less sticking out of the bottom.

    I use mine for informal plinking mostly, and have a TruGlo 2x Red Dot on it. My wife loves to shoot that rifle, and with the 2x Red Dot, it is ultra quick on target, out to about 50 or so yards.