Description

Product #: 678238 Manufacturer #: 3600 UPC #: 736676036004

The Ruger SR22 pistol is a rimfire, traditional double-action (double action first shot followed by single action) magazine-fed, autoloading, blowback pistol chambered in 22 Long Rifle (22LR) cartridge. This pistol incorporates a fixed barrel and features an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy slide and glass filled nylon, polymer frame construction. The action of the Ruger SR22 pistol is of the straight blowback type that utilizes a fixed barrel design in which the slide is held closed by the recoil spring at the moment of firing.

Features

Light double-action and crisp single-action trigger pulls
Two interchangeable rubberized grips with angled serrations allow shooters to select either a slim or wider palm swell option (no tools required)
Aerospace-grade aluminum slide has serrations on both the front and rear for better grip and slide manipulation
Reversible rear sight allows shooters to select two white dots or a solid black blade
Picatinny rail features multiple cross slots for variable mounting of most popular accessories
Inspection port allows for visual confirmation of a loaded or empty chamber
Ambidextrous manual thumb safety/decocking lever and magazine release
Easy to field strip
Made In United States of America

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Comments (3)

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If that ain't jelly it must be jam.

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The jammiest gun I ever owned and most ammo finicky, would fire 50% of the time maybe, lol. Was happy to get rid of it. But I hear lots of people have had excellent success with theirs, maybe I got a dud.

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Hahahahahhaah. I was next to a guy at the range yesterday who had one. It kept jamming on Federal, so I gave him some aguila, same jams. My TX22 shoots everything, looks better, has a better trigger and grip, holds 16 rounds and is cheaper.

I think this gun is what Jam Master J. shoots while he eats a peanut butter and jam sandwich, and listens to Def Jam.

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