The Ruger 10/22 has been one of the most famous and instantly recognisable rifles since its introduction in the 1960’s.
Produced by Sturm, Ruger & Co in America, it uses a patented 10-round rotary magazine housed inside a box magazine construction.
This proved very popular as it allowed for multiple shots without having a traditional long stick magazine protruding from the underside of the stock. The 22 L.R Ruger was extremely popular among small game hunters, beginners/youths, and those looking for an inexpensive rifle for target and plinking use.
This licensed replica from Umarex is as close to the real thing in an airgun that you can get. The magazine follows the same construction as the original, the box-type mag houses a .177 calibre rotary pellet magazine that cycles itself with every action.
And you can choose to shoot in single or double-action mode. The Ruger 10/22 airgun is powered by 2x 12g Co2 capsules which are loaded into the rear of the stock and secured using a hex key which is built into the butt plate. So it’s always to hand.
The rear open sight is foldable and adjustable, and the action is drilled to accept any Ruger 10/22 aftermarket rail or mounting system should you choose to fit a scope.
With its rifled barrel and realistic feel, the Ruger 10/22 by Umarex will offer hours of not only fun, but accurate shooting too.