Saw SR 22 for the first time today

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Gutpile Charlie

Bearcat
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Waltzed into my local gun emporium this afternoon and the pusher showed me the latest offering from Ruger, the SR-22 rifmfire, "tactical", 10/22 variation.

My first impression? Cute, well made, overpriced and another answer to an unasked question!

COME ON, GIMME A BREAK!

When will we see the "old" Sturm Ruger company with well thought out products, built to last forever, priced right and fulfilling a niche that needed to be filled?

They seemed to have missed it lately. This, along with the LCP, the revolver and the AR derivation are not what I would like to see Ruger making. Some where along the line it seems their train has jumped the track.

Giove me the old days....please! :roll:
 

9x19

Hunter
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Texas
The old days?!

No thanks!

I like the new offerings from Ruger... some are quite innovative, some just imitative, but all are nice to see from my perspective!

1022SR.jpg
 

CraigC

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You know, it would be funny if it wasn't so sad. Ruger is producing a lot of great new products from the standardization of the .44Spl Blackhawk and the new .41Mag flat-top to the SR556 and SR22 yet people still complain. If you don't like the SR-22, don't buy it! There are 44 variations of the 10-22, it's pathetic that people get so bent ouf of shape over the FOUR tactical-styled rifles while those who like the traditional guns have FORTY variations to choose from.


FunkyD":34wewg94 said:
The Tapco 10/22 seems to be pretty much all that the SR is for a LOT less $
Except that the Tapco is all plastic and what you see is what you get while the SR-22 uses the aluminum Nordic chassis and is compatible with all aftermarket AR-15 buttstocks, grips and forends.
 

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