Adaptive Tactical makes numerous aftermarket parts. Here’s a project based on Ruger’s 10/22.
by RK Campbell
Among the most enduring, reliable, and generally useful rimfire rifles ever introduced is the Ruger 10/22. It is so popular, I have customers who purchased another rifle “just to be different.” Some obtain cheaper rifles and others pay more, but the Ruger 10/22 is by far the most popular .22 rimfire rifle in America.
There is quite an industry surrounding the 10/22. While Ruger offers several interesting variations on the 10/22, the aftermarket offers many more options. A recent project involved building a rifle up from a standard stainless receiver using parts from Adaptive Tactical (AdaptiveTactical.com, 208/442-8000). While the upgrade seems simple enough, attention to detail is important. Reliability and accuracy potential must be maintained. Th goal was to build an exceptional 10/22 for hunting and target use, but the primary function would be fun shooting and marksmanship training. After a bit of discussion the parts were ordered.
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