Can you make a regular 10/22 into a takedown?

Can you make a regular 10/22 into a takedown?

This is a conversion kit to make a Takedown 10/22® or 22 Charger Takedown out of your fixed barrel Ruger® 10/22® or fixed barrel Charger.

What are the dimensions of the Ruger 10/22 takedown?

Overall Length Assembled: 34-1/8″ Approximate dimensions in Backpacker mode: 19-3/4″ x 5-1/2″ x 1-5/8″ Magazines: Includes 4 10-round magazines (3 stored in stock) Oversized magazine release.

What comes with a Ruger 10/22 takedown?

The 10/22 Takedown features a fine, gold bead front sight dovetailed into a barrel band, and an adjustable, folding rear sight. The included scope base screws onto the drilled and tapped receiver, and is compatible with both Weaver®-style and 3/8″ tip-off scope rings.

How much does a 10/22 Takedown stock cost?

MSRP is $120 for colorful finishes or $110 for plain black. Magpul offers two stocks for the 10/22 Takedown, the X-22 Hunter and X-22 Backpacker. The Hunter stock is designed for customization, with interchangeable cheek risers, removable butt pad spacers, and M-LOK slots on the forend.

How much does a Ruger 10/22 Takedown modification cost?

However, TANDEMKROSS offers the “Companion” pad that is an easy addition to the Ruger mags; they sell for $21.99 for a set of two pads and conclude the essential list of great Ruger 10/22 Takedown modifications. Honestly, you really don’t need to do much more to improve your stock Ruger 10/22 beyond the parts listed above.

What kind of sights does the Ruger 10/22 Takedown come with?

The Ruger 10/22 Takedown comes stock with basic, though basically serviceable, folding buckhorn-type sights, mounted to the barrel via a dovetail. These as-issued sights work as long as your eyes do – but I’m telling ya, as I get a bit further along in years, my eyes don’t play as nice with these basic sights.

Can you put a sling on a Ruger 10/22 Takedown stock?

If you keep your standard Ruger 10/22 Takedown stock (like I have), you’ll notice that there are no provisions for mounting a sling on the rifle – specifically, no sling swivel studs.