How to Disassemble your Ruger 10/22 Rimfire Rifle
If you own a Ruger firearm, maybe it's about time you learned everything there is to know about it. If you have a Ruger rifle, you might want to know how to take it apart, or how to clean it, or how to put it back together. Ruger is an "arms maker for responsible citizens," so don't let those other firearms manufacturers fool you. Learn from the professionals, learn from Ruger in this weapons video tutorial.
This instructional will show you how to disassemble your Ruger 10/22 Rimfire Rifle. This tech tip from Ruger will show you the exact disassembly steps to help you clean and maintain your firearm.
Ruger 10/22 rifles are ideally suited for informal target shooting, plinking, small game hunting, and action-shooting events. Many models exist, including the standard 10/22 Carbine, the Ruger Deluxe Sporter, the Ruger All-Weather 10/22, Rifle models, a Compact model, and a Target model.
The benefits of the Ruger 10/22 are many, and vary by model. The standard 10/22 Carbine, virtually unchanged since introduced in 1964, is the most popular .22 rifle of the last 40 years; the Ruger Deluxe Sporter features a cut-checkered walnut stock with a flat buttplate; the Ruger All-Weather 10/22 features a stainless barrel, clear anodized rust-resistant aluminum alloy components, and a durable synthetic stock; Rifle models feature a flatbutt plate and longer barrel; and Compact models feature a correctly proportioned but shorter stock and barrel. Also available is a Ruger Target Model 10/22, featuring a heavy hammer-forged target crowned barrel, laminated stock, and target trigger.