The Davidson's Ruger 10/22 Target features a thumbhole stock and fluted barrel.

The Ruger 10/22 remains one of the most ubiquitous rimfire rifles around. Whether a first gun, plinker, game getter or high-end competition gun, there’s seemingly a 10/22 for everyone. Now a new collaboration between Davidson’s and Ruger produces a 10/22 Target Rifle worthy of a collector or competitor.

Davidson’s Ruger 10/22 Target

This 10/22 Target features an ambidextrous Altamont laminate thumbhole stock. Beautiful in form, it provides high utility, working equally well for right- and left-handed shooters. A 16 1/8-inch cold hammer-forged stainless bull barrel utilizes fluting to reduce weight and dissipate heat. The muzzle wears a 1/2″-28 pattern to accommodate common barrel accessories.

Ruger’s popular BX-Trigger provides a rugged, reliable firing control system. It delivers a light, crisp 2.5-3-pound pull, exhibiting minimal overtravel with a positive reset, according to Davidson’s. A blued finish and drilled and tapped receiver round out the features.

An Altamont laminate thumbhole stock provides a fully ambidextrous platform.

“Davidson’s is known for our extensive line-up of exclusive firearms”, said Kane Cannedy, VP of Purchasing for Davidson’s. “The sheer number of special make-ups we have produced with Ruger is a reflection of our successful and years-long relationship with this iconic manufacturer.”

Ruger 10/22 Target Specs

  • Weight: 5 pounds
  • Overall length: 31.25 inches
  • Magazine: One ten-round rotary magazine included
  • Thread protector included
  • MSRP $586

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