Ruger 10/22 Rifle and 1022 Charger Pistol – Brief History

The Ruger 10/22 is a semi-automatic rimfire rifle chambered in .22 Long Rifle went into production in 1964, and is still in production today. It has a removable 10-round rotary magazine with a flush fit with the bottom of the receiver. Ruger has 25 capacity magazines available, and there are many aftermarket magazines as well. A magnum version, chambered for .22 WMR, was produced from 1998 to 2006, and a .17 HMR version, the 10/17 was produced from 2004 until 2006

The Ruger 10/22 Charger pistol was introduced in 2007 then later discontinued. In 2014 they started production again and still in production today.

The 1022 Charger is a pistol based on the the 10/22 rifle receiver, came with a black laminated wood pistol stock with forend, a 10-inch matte blued heavy barrel, a bipod, and a Weaver style scope base there were no iron sights.

Overall length is just under 20 inches making it rather large for pistol.

The included bipod can be used from a shooting bench or table. The bipod attaches to a sling swivel on the stock fore-end,
and is easily removable.

The newer 2014 models included picatinney rail in place of the weaver rail, in 2015 they started offering a black polymer stock
A takedown model of the charger was offered in 2015 as well.

Arrowhead Take Down Stock and Hand Guard

From a computer generator rendering to a 3D printed model, the Take Down is almost finished.  This is the 3D printed prototype of the Arrowhead Take Down Stock and Forend.  The stock is almost identical to the standard Arrowhead, with some changes to the front to accommodate the take down bayonet lock.  The Forend is 7″ long,  features thru holes for barrel cooling, weigh loss, grip, and wrapping with cord, taper or bull barrel.  It also has M4 tapped holes on the bottom to accept KeyMod rails.

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