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Old August 10th, 2018, 06:27 PM #51
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I have had 10/22s in my life for 44 years. Except for the tricky bolt alignment with the charging handle. I haven't had any issues taking them apart and putting them back together . Only part that has been a little hit and miss for me is replacing the extractors .
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Old August 15th, 2018, 12:36 PM #52
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Did you contact Ruger? They may replace it for free. I`ve never had to, but I`ve heard from others that they have excellent warranties/customer service.
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Once you do a 10/22 or a MkIII a few times it's easy. The hardest part with the 10/22 is getting the spring, guide rod, charging handle, and bolt back in the receiver. The hardest part about the MkIII is getting the hammer strut to go forward then rest backwards so it lines up with the hammer spring, especially if you have the mag safety installed. I don't disassemble the trigger groups in either of them but getting the sear and trigger back in a 10/22 can be a pain. I use the Remington dry lube on my 10/22 and MkIII it doesn't accumulate lead and carbon nearly as bad and they both function fine. Working over a rug instead of concrete helps when the springs go flying or parts drop out. Having back up parts is helpful as well.
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Let's see you reassemble one of his Mark I , II, or III .22 pistols.


I did it once, back in 1984.
I just tore down my MK II last month. It had been 10 yrs since the last time. Now I remember why I quit doing that
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The only problem I've had with a 10/22 was the factory miss bored the barrel hole and the rear sight didn't line up on my Appleseed edition. Sucked because it was a lower S/N example.
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Old August 17th, 2018, 08:43 PM #56
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Never mind the long-running gag from Ruger that is the tear-down and reassembly of a 10/22. How about the factory bolt release? THAT is the prank, and you get to experience it a lot more often than the tear-down mystery ride.
That is why I replaced mine before I even shot it.
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Old September 6th, 2018, 09:31 PM #57
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I haven't torn down or disassembled any of my 10/22s. I clean the bore, take a brush to the parts in the chamber, spray some lube and carry on. Amazingly I haven't had any issues.

If I ever have to tear down a 10/22, I'll just sell it and buy a new one and not clean it for 15 years again
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