yeah, they doI don't believe Ruger sells the 10/22-T barrel to the public. I purchased a very lightly used blued one off of Armslist for $100. I can't comment on accuracy since I haven't set it up yet. Setting up in my mind consists of sending it to CPC to be cut down to have the chamber worked over, cut down to about 16.5" and threaded for suppressor. I've been so happy with my Fed 16" nitrided threaded bull barrel that I have put off the 10/22-T build.
once it's paid for, I'm sure they'll send it anywhere you want :bthumb:I wonder if tbey would drop ship one to CPC.
Awesome, nice to see Ruger started doing this. Folks trying to sell their 10/22T take-offs on fleabay for $200 won't be happy about Ruger selling these direct to the public at reasonable prices.
Indeed. You'll pay an upcharge for the 10/22KT (target) over a standard 10/22. The question would be is it worth it to you? The 10/22 target models are pretty much what the occasional plinker could hope for without going to the added expense of making it the best they can. The Ruger hammer forged barrels are (or at least used to be) worth the price in ways. With the variety of available 22LR ammo and the end user's intentions (or hopes), one might very well save money and build to your own specs. Don't get me wrong. For the average shooter and one who doesn't intend to tinker with it, the 10/22 target model is likely worth the money over the standard offerings. That of course depends on many things.The 10/22-T barrels can be quite good...