Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review: Survival Rifle Hands-On

The best way to take down a bad guy is with an accurate shot. I am reviewing the Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle, which has been an all-time favorite of mine. I’ve put it through its …

The best way to take down a bad guy is with an accurate shot.

I am reviewing the Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle, which has been an all-time favorite of mine. I’ve put it through its paces in this Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review and found that it is a stellar survival rifle. If you are looking for something to take with you on your next camping trip or hunting excursion, consider the Ruger 10/22 Takedown!

1. What survival rifle did you grow up with, and why?

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2. How does this rifle compare to that one?

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3. In what situations do you think it would be most useful for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review: Survival Rifle Hands-On?

4. Does the fact that it breaks down make it less likely for someone to try and gain possession of it or steal it?

5. Will breaking apart your Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review: Survival Rifle Hands-On make you a better sniper if SHTF were to happen tomorrow morning at 7am?

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The Ruger 10/22 is the Piper Cub of the .22 rifle world. It is a standard by which others are measured, and has been for decades. The gun’s performance in every environment sets it apart from other guns you will find out there today; this includes all its variants to suit different needs such as survival rifles with detachable stocks that can fit into your bug-out bag or backpack easily when not needed. With its classic barrel band, squarish flattop receiver, and blocky rotary magazine design (the original!!) coming straight off an assembly line oven fully baked–it offers quick navigation through any task at hand!

Ruger 10/22 Takedown Review

The Ruger 10/22 was first introduced back in 1964 but remains relevant even now

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The Ruger 10/22 rifle has many variations and is an excellent choice for any gun enthusiast. There are 6 categories of the model that have 2 or 3 individual options each, making it difficult to choose just one. The Takedown variety uses either a steel barrel or stainless metal with standard muzzle option vs threaded muzzle option for sleek look but still effective performance in various environments- like indoors at night–without having to remove flash hider when shooting nearby targets which may be around you as well such as living room furniture.

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I’m excited about the Takedown’s break-apart design. I hope that when it comes to aftermarket accessories, there will be a new trend of tactical stocks for this rifle!

The stock for the Takedown is a great upgrade from previous models of wood stocks. The synthetic molding process allows manufacturers to produce more refined products that are sturdier and less temperamental than their predecessors, such as those used in older 10/22 rifles. It’s clear when you look at an old-fashioned wooden rifle stock — it doesn’t have any design or texturing on its surface!

When I think about the humble .22 rifle, my mind wanders to a time when it was more than just an immature way of hunting small game. Nowadays, people have taken up shooting for sport with bolt-action rifles and pistol competitions are becoming increasingly popular as well. The simplicity of this traditional weapon is what makes it so special; there’s no need for complicated safety mechanisms or heavy barrels in order to enjoy some good old fashioned target practice!

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