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I tested the 5 Ruger 10-22 rifles we have and here is the results

ALL SHOOTING DONE AT 25 YARDS FROM DOUBLE SANDBAGS.10 ROUNDS PER GROUP TIMES 2 GROUPS. THIS IS THE AVERAGE.

MAKE MODEL SER # CALIBER SPORT CENT. CMP WB WOLF REM T
RUGER 10 22 351-91960 .22LR 3/8" 3/8" 1/4" 1/8"
RUGER 10 22 351-91958 .22LR 1/8" 1/2" 1/8" 1/8"
RUGER 10 22 351-91961 .22LR 1" 1/2" 3/4" 1/4" 1/4"
RUGER 10 22 351-92022 .22LR 3/4" 1/4" 1/2" 1/4" 3/8"
RUGER 10 22 351-91957 .22LR 1/4" 1/4" 1/4" 1/8" 1-1/2"

REM T IS REMINGTON TARGET. THE FIRST 2 RIFLES WERE SO BAD WITH THE REMINGTON I DID NOT LIST THEM.
 

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Doug -- are those stock Ruger 10/22s?
 

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Doug -- are those stock Ruger 10/22s?
Yes, The 18" carbine barrel with synthetic stock. Tasco 2.5x10x42 telescopes with extended scope rings. I did a trigger job on them with trigger stop and altered the bolt release so that the bolt closes when pulled to the rear. You cannot shoot well with a trigger that does not have a trigger stop.

Remington ammo was really bad. I experimented with several types of .22 rf ammo. I pulled the bullets and dumped the powder. I wanted to see how strong the priming was

Wolf strong
Eley strong
Centurion strong
Winchester T22 medium
Federal medium
Remington sounded as if you were slowly striking a match.

We have tried a lot of different brands of ammo and for the price, Centurion is the best bang for the buck. $2.00 per 50 rounds. Call J&G Sales in Prescott, AZ for this ammo. It is not on their website.

Doug Bowser
 
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