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Thiinking of picking up a Ruger 10/22 when i get back from vacation. I was looking at just the base 10/22 but also like the take down model. Are there any other differences between the two versions?
 

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If you plan to modify the rifle down the road, get the base model. More stock and barrel options out there and the those parts are more affordable for standard rifles.

If you live in an apartment or are concerned about neighbors seeing you with a rifle case, get the take down.
 

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If you plan to modify the rifle down the road, get the base model. More stock and barrel options out there and the those parts are more affordable for standard rifles.

If you live in an apartment or are concerned about neighbors seeing you with a rifle case, get the take down.
Nope dont live in an apartment...... although my neighbors already get scared when i pack the car for the range, HAHAHA
 

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If you plan to modify the rifle down the road, get the base model. More stock and barrel options out there and the those parts are more affordable for standard rifles.

If you live in an apartment or are concerned about neighbors seeing you with a rifle case, get the take down.
Ill just be using this rifle for range shooting and maybe teaching others to shoot the rifle, should i worry about upgrading any thing?
 
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