WTS OR Ruger 10/22 package deal

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by lowandleft, Feb 1, 2015.

  1. lowandleft

    Beaverton, Oregon
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    I have a fairly new (50th anniversary edition) Ruger 10/22. I purchased it about a year ago and it has less than 400 rounds through it. I simply do not shoot it enough to justify the safe space it takes up.

    Included: What I paid

    Ruger 10/22 rifle (wood stock) $200
    After market folding stock $90
    Simmons 4x scope with rings $40
    Original 10 round magazine xx
    One 25 round Ruger magazine $25
    Two 25 round Butler Creek magazines $30
    One box (100 ct) Winchester .22 LR ammo. xx

    Due to my inept gunsmithing, you can see (picture) a hole drilled in the bottom of the original wood buttstock. Nothing that a little wood filler and stain couldn’t clean up.

    I’m asking $200 (firm). Cash only. I am able to meet primarily in the Beaverton area. I am willing to meet on Hwy 217 between Fisherman’s Marine and Outdoor in Tigard to the Hwy 217 – Hwy 26 interchange, and from east Hillsboro to Hwy 217 along Canyon Road / TV Hwy.

    Oregon residents only. You must be legal to purchase a firearm. Valid Oregon drivers license (preferably CHL). I will need a simple bill of sale signed for my records.

    Thanks for looking!

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    Last edited: Feb 2, 2015
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  2. BigDMac

    Jewell, OR

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    I used to have a 10-22 with the same folding stock. It is nice and solid when fully extented and a little longer overall. Very nice. If I had an extra 200 laying around, this would be sold already.:eek:
  3. drewp

    forest grove
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    Ill take it if sale pending falls through

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