CastleDoctrine87: You have a fuzzy white cat attached to your face. :) I wish my beard was
that long. Good video.
Cameron Brummett: Nice Ron Paul shirt, I have that exact one. And soon, I will have the
Appleseed patches as well. Thank for making this video, I just bought a
10/22 Takedown, tech sights, GI sling, and 1 1/4 sling mounts and this
video covered everything I was curious about...except why Ruger would not
make the Takedown with sling mounts. Puzzling.
Crash Johnson: The 10/22 is popular rifle, but the Marlin 60 is the best selling 22 rifle
nikcsdad1: The barrel band serves no purpose? You are a freaking idiot. I also notice
your military blouse with all the fancy patches. Have you even served in
the military or are you just another you tube wanna be with a freaking video
boltactionshooter: Yes the Ruger BX-25 magazines work perfectly in the takedown, in fact they
are all I have used in mine. Love it.
mastermarksman3: Nice to have you back you went silent for awhile hope everything is okay.
lobo4short: Good review but i would shy away from a sling on this or any take down to
avoid unescesary side pressure on the connection. I have a take down, and
it seems strong, but i dont like the sling idea.
outsidersurvivor: Mabe there is a reason it was not bilt with sling mounts, I cant believe
that ruger would forget to add that. Mabe to much presure on the take down
point? or just trying to save a buck.
dcpk82: Another great video as always. Thanks & keep it up!
Donald Freer: hey check this out. i bought one for my 10/22 take down. go to Google and
type this in. AGP Folding Stock For Ruger 10/22 Takedown
bubba hank: the new ruger 25 round magazines do work in the takedown model
Matt Hanson: My BIGGEST complaint about this rifle, although it's a small one, is that
if it's meant to be a "bug-out" or "survival" rifle why would you have a
hollow stock with no way to get into it? That makes for a GREAT area to put
extra stuff......like fire starting material. I just like utilizing every
bit of space available.
Evan Myers: If the receiver and barrel are separated (which I am pretty sure is the
case) will it still fire even without the second half?
graphiccoatings: What Rings are u using ???
Matt Hanson: Ruger 25 round clip(BX-25) does fit but there is slop in it. It wil move
about an 8th of an inch which Ruger says is normal. I am hoping future
models of that clip will be much more snug in the rifle.
johnny5finger: Here in Oregon the only shops that even have any of these models is Big 5
and they want 370.00 as a sale price. The only thing the break down model
offers over the regular model is it allows you ability to conceal a rifle
in a bag. You cant get the bx25 mags anywhere but on ebay and they are
selling for 70 and up each. I prefer my Savage 64 over the 10\22.
Lake61willy: Have you used a V-DrillGuide by Big Gator Tools for drilling holes in the
stock for swivels. Great tool for someone that doesn't have a drill press.
Arc Continuity: thank you for the reply, seems to be far and few between on youtube these
days, everyon is a celebrity LOL
SlimWithATiltedGrin: Thanks for the video. Could you tell me what brand sling swivels you went
with? I'm having trouble finding decent 1.25" quick disconnect swivel
vance young: I'd rather have a marlin 600 for about 150 bucks i have found it to be more
accurate only upside for the ruger is the aftermarket add ons. And the
detachable mag. Just my two cents
thenewsurvivalist: If you are not comfortable doing it yourself you should get someone else to
Evan Myers: Oh
Chuck U Farley: you are 100% correct
thenewsurvivalist: The barrel fits very snugly. The gap you mentioned is the stock parts and
is purely cosmetic. I didn't even notice it until you mentioned it.
Therefore, the gap is in the eye of the beholder, and is of no consequence.
Ruger claims that the rifle is as reliable and accurate as any other 10/22.
They have never steered me wrong. If you don't like the look of this model
there are plenty of other 10/22 models for you to enjoy.
spicecrop: I just got my Takedown and I love it but people on Youtube say press the
lever to take it down, you pull the lever back not press it. just like the
guy at the gun store told me to release the bolt, just pull back the bolt
and press it. No you don't , you have to pull the bolt back and push the
release back and up , it is a rocking lever, not a push button. I struggled
doing it right because the guy explaining it was an idiot. Poor
ljl787: Giant gap between the two pieces. Poor design turns me off. I Love the
10/22 great gun may just be the best gun in the world.
Teagan Hudzik: That's interesting, I thought it was the Marlin 39A.
jmanprepper: Doc Just checked the Ruger website concerning the BX-25 mag. according to
their site: This genuine Ruger® factory magazine with Ruger® logo has been
tested and has proven to feed as reliably as the standard BX-1™ 10-round
Ruger® rotary magazine. BX-25™ magazines will work with any factory
original Ruger® 10/22® rifle, etc. For those who are interested I would
recommend you check with them before purchase. I am interested in the 10/22
as well as the mini14 Thanks for the vid - subbed jman
thenewsurvivalist: It's really a shirt rather than a jacket. I got it at Uncle Sam's, without
the patches of course.
Scout Sniper: That magazine sucks! Get a ruger bx-25
thenewsurvivalist: I have the manual from Ruger. IT IS OKAY TO DRY FIRE THESE RIFLES AS MUCH
AS YOU WANT! It is good practice for trigger control, etc. Dry fire them as
much as you want. The more the better! I have two of them and I dry fire
them all the time. Repeat: Ruger says that is it okay to dry fire these
rifles. Argue with Ruger if you want. Furthermore, I have a Ruger Mark III
(.22) and the Ruger manual says it is okay to DRY FIRE it as well. Never
had a problem. I own many Rugers. Dry firing is OKAY.
Николай Деревенский: nice
missmamtube: Thank you Doc for sharing with us. God bless you and yours !
Arc Continuity: I love that jacket you are wearing, where did you get it? Military stuff or
just civilian clothing styled to military taste??? Thanks
ljl787: Yes i know this weapon well. I own three 10/22 . And I see that particular
Ruger every day at work hanging on the wall. And when some of my customers
see that gap some have a negitve reaction to it. I think they could have
fit the stock to where one recesses into the other. To me if it does not
look right its not right.
Stacie Stockman: Ok, Im not very handy with tools, should I get a gunsmith to do sling mount
mmmbbqq: sweet! you could put that bad boy in a laptop bag and conceal carry a .22
MrLucky131996: if i'm not mistaken hasn't the winchester model 94 sold 7 million rifles
KydexByParlusk: i would love to see a take-down in a black on black w/ threaded barrel!
imasurvivornthriver: Great tutorial and explanation. Thanks for sharing.
purewhiteflutterby: So, as you will be able to tell by my question, I don't know much about
guns and some of the laws governing them - so please be kind folks. I
thought it was illegal to modify firearms. Is that incorrect? Or is it just
that they can't be modified in certain ways (ie serial numbers removed)>
mcjon77: Does removing the barrel band affect accuracy? I was thinking about getting
a 10/22 takedown (my first firearm) for an appleseed, but was concerned
about the sling putting too much pressure on the stock. I like your sling
setup a lot.
Matt Hanson: I saw a comment about the sling below and I agree. I thing the best way to
go about putting a sling on this is to find a way to attach a single point
tactical sling. No unneeded pressure on the connection point.
spicecrop: Manuals are for pussies. LOL.
Sucklefish: Yeah the guy explaining it was the idiot.... right.
Dill igaf: Ruger doe Not say to "dry fire" you should never dry fire rime fires they
only say to slingshot a few times
Evan Myers: @ervb44 What?
billyshob: @thenewsurvivalist You can kill at 400 meters with a .22 round. Check out
Evan Myers: Oh
thenewsurvivalist: From the Appleseed store. They have the best quality I have seen.
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Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifle Review and Sling Installation4.5
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