Ruger Mild Custom 10/22 - TRADED

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  1. PinkhamR

    PinkhamR
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    I have a very clean Ruger 10/22 built around a 110 Series Receiver (1970) with extended mag release. Sports the 20" Round Ruger 'Hammer Forged' Bull Barrel which has been threaded 1/2x28" (thread protector is included). Stock is a new Hogue Rubber Overmold. Less then 100 rounds fired down the pipe, just been sitting in the safe for the last 2 years - only test fired. The Bi-Pod 'IS NOT' included. Comes with one Ruger Factory 10 Round Magazine. Price is $295 (OBO) or may trade ..... Insured Shipping to your FFL is $20. Please PM me with any questions .....

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  2. jmorrison22

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    is it a 1 in 9 twist barrel?
     
  3. PinkhamR

    PinkhamR
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    No, Should Be 1/16 for a .22 ........
     
  4. jmorrison22

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    1 in 9 is for supressed 60 grain bullets, just asking.
     
  5. PinkhamR

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    My error, The Ruger Hammer Forged Barrel has a Twist Rate of 1/10 .....
     
  6. candyman

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    thats a good deal wish i had the cash
    the old guns are alot better made
     
  7. PinkhamR

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    Yep, seems like the older actions were more durable - Thanx

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