Tricking Out the 10/22

It’s safe to say many of your customers own a 10/22. Sell them these upgrades.

Tricking Out the 10/22

Based on the sales of every aftermarket manufacturer we spoke with, dealers have a big opportunity for sales if they jump into the 10/22 aftermarket. The original Ruger 10/22 rifle hit dealer shelves in 1964, delivering good plinking 1-inch, 50-yard accuracy all in a compact package heavily influenced by WWII M1 carbines. Approximately seven million have been sold. 

The platform has evolved, with an advanced parts aftermarket format that can shrink those 50-yard groups to a...

Please login or register to view Tactical Retailer articles. It's free, fast and easy!


Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.