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New Video of the Ruger SR-22 Rifle

Video of the Ruger SR-22 Rifle

Video of the Ruger SR-22 Rifle

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Southport, CT –-(AmmoLand.com)- Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. announces the introduction of the Ruger SR-22TM Rifle, an autoloading, rimfire rifle that combines the legendary reliability of the Ruger 10/22 with the ergonomics and configurability of the new AR-style Ruger SR-556.

The new SR-22 Rifle allows shooters to use economical .22 LR ammunition, while still enjoying the look and feel of an “AR” and experiencing the reliability they have come to appreciate from Ruger.

Read more about the Ruger SR-22 Rifle.

Check out the new video on Down Range TV that goes into great detail about all the great features of the Ruger SR-22 Black Rifle.

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  • 2 User comments to “Ruger SR-22 Rifle Video”

    1. colt Dan on December 3, 2009 at 1:02 PM said:

      I have owned a SR22 for about 6-weeks. I love to fire the weapon and like many of the features. However, the SR22 has a major flaw, in my opinion. In order to break down the weapon for cleaning the bolt and receiver, you must remove the front hand guard using a 3/16 hex wrench. You can only get a half-turn on the screws and then you must remove the wrench and reset for another half-turn. It takes a few minutes to get the two screw out. Then you must remove the sloted take-down screw with a coin or screwdriver. The manual incorrectly states that you can now lift the barrel/receiver from the stock. Opps! Not Yet. Even though the manual does not mention it, you MUST remove the top rail by removing 4 more hex screws with a different size hex wrench. Overall, it takes about 10 minutes and 3 different tools just to get the thing out of the stock for cleaning. Ruger’s downloadable manual is still in error on this issue.

    2. I got a new ruger sr22 on sunday after months of trying to decide comparing the sr22 and smith M+P 15/22 i decided on the ruger. Got my sr fully tricked out with red dot scope red lazer and led flashlight combo harris bipod and dripping piccatinny rails for a mere $450.
      After getting home i put around 20 shots through and every shot hit the coffee can at around 30ft. I will strip it this week to see how hard or easy it is to strip

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