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Discussion in 'Ruger 10/22' started by xXtaylor12Xx, Aug 23, 2014.
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Welcome to RugerTalk,
Traditionaly folks go to the introductions thread and introduce themselves.
Ahhh, traditionally, folks post a 10/22 in the 10/22 section.
thanks guys. i appreciate it ^^
Looks like you shot the wall twice ( two grey square patches ) in that picture...
Muy bueno!!!! The 10/22 is a great little rifle.
@shooter13 those are from my 12 gauge.
Ok, still missing something here in the 10/22 area. The gun pictured is not a 10/22, but rather a bolt action appearing to be an American Rimfire. Am I the only one that sees that?
I didnt see that bolt until just now. Guess I wasnt really looking that close.
Now Im confused.
That aint no 10/22.
Maybe xXTaylor can give us an idea whats going on.
Maybe he is confused also., and just posted the wrong pic.
i assure you its a 10/22 ruger.
here are some pics.
Not to be argumenative....but, what you have is a "Ruger American ".
The Ruger American does use the same 10 round rotary magazine, as all Ruger 10/22s. ALL 10/22s are semi auto.
One of your pics even shows "Ruger American", which btw is an awesome rifle.
Enjoy your Ruger American.
Where to begin... Well, this is NOT a Ruger 10/22.
• The 10/22 is s semi-automatic and the rifle shown is a bolt action.
• This one pictured CLEARLY shows it's roll marked as a "Ruger American"
Yep, an American, on top
.....i figured it out myself..no need to get salty about it.. im still learning about the differences sheesh...
This thread is a CLASSIC example of why everyone should go to the "Introductions" sub forum and introduce themselves , telling us some things about themslves...like "Im new and learning".. then things just work out much better, when everybody knows about each others abilities, and everyone knows what to expect.
Thats what "Introductions" is there for.
Salty? I'd hope that one that owns and uses firearms has the foresight and responsibility to know what they have. Subtle differences are easily mistaken in identifying but such differences between two very models...? Owners manual, box, and the firearm itself all indicate what models the firearm is. This is not to be , as you call it, salty, but just honest matter-of-fact statement.
As phideau mentioned, an initial introduction helps immensely.
I'm curious now what model you may have intended to buy or what model was presented and "sold" to you.