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The Ruger 10/22 Takedown combines all of the features and functionality of the 10/22 rifle, with the ability to easily separate the barrel/forend and action/buttstock for convenient storage and transportation.
Takedown is as simple as locking the bolt back and verifying that the rifle is unloading, pushing a recessed lever, twisting the subassemblies and pulling them apart.
The simple reassembly of the barrel and action yields a rock-solid return to zero for consistent, reliable performance. Packed in a rugged, ballistic nylon backpack-style bag (included), the Ruger 10/22 Takedown makes it easy to keep America’s favorite rimfire rifle by your side.
The carabiner is great, it is very practical and accurate, worth recommending.
I've had this rifle for about 3 years now and it hasn't given me any problems. I set it up for an Appleseed event and shot several hundred rounds with very few malfunctions. You wont ever get a 100% reliable 22LR, but this one is pretty close. We bought my wife a standard 10/22 about a year later and we can hardly empty a magazine without at least one FTE. So it may be luck of the draw, I think hers just needs a new extractor but I've been lazy and she doesn't shoot often. Also, the shipping was pretty quick, I believe I had to wait about a week from the day I placed the order to the day I picked it up. I have since bought 2 other firearms here actually waiting on one now which reminded me I should write a review. No issues and Sportsmans Outdoor Superstore was great about keeping me updated on each one so I knew exactly when it arrived to pick it up.
This is a really fun gun to shoot; low recoil, quiet and good accuracy. The stock trigger was smooth with a predictable break. I put 125 rounds through it using both the 10 round and BX-25 25 round magazine and it ran flawlessly. The take down feature is cool and the storage/transport bag is first rate with enough room for anything you would need to go shooting. You would probably pay $40 - $50 for the bag alone. SOSS had a good price with a free shipping offer and great service; the gun was at my local FFL and it in my hands less than 48 hours after I placed the order! All in all, I’m a pretty happy camper on this one!