Originally Posted by Nutt51
I bought one of these after many years of being without a
10/22. The only gripe I had was that my rear sight was way out of alignment, but a few taps fixed that. Also, when I put the
stock and front barrel section together they were a little off, so
again a hex wrench and a few minutes tinkering and they were fine.
I am really surprised at how much plastic, polymer, and mim parts are on some of our guns today. I am older, so I guess I remember my younger days when guns were all metal and wood.
I am not putting down Rugers, I have owned several and they make a nice gun. The 10/22 is a classic line and I'm sure mine will serve me well and I will pass it down to my Grandson.
It's a good choice and I would buy one again.
Shoot well and often.
The majority of my collection are over 30 years old many of them much older and I love the old quality. But given the results I have had make it one of the few "new" .22s that impress me.