My new rifle.
A Ruger 10/22 Tactical Target (#1230).
It's a 10/22 with a factory 0.920 inch diameter, 16 1/8 inch long heavy barrel, a Ruger target trigger, extended magazine release, Hogue over-molded stock, a weaver-style scope rail and a bi-pod. I replaced the non-tilting bi-pod that shipped in the Ruger box with a Harris S-BRM bipod that I previously mounted on my LTR.
"Ruger Hammer Forged" marked on top of the barrel.
I took the rifle to the range last Friday night, but the old Tasco 3-9x50 that I threw on top was worthless on my club's 50 foot indoor range.
Since I wanted a scope on this rifle, and not a mere optical sight, I topped it with a Leupold VX-II 3to 9 power Rimfire Extended Focus Range Scope. Extended Focus Range is a Leupold name for an adjustable objective scope that can correct cross-hair parallax down to very short ranges. This scope can focus down to as close as 10 meters.
For now I've mounted the scope using a set of Leupold Rifleman Vertical Split Matte two piece rings. After my web-ordered TPS rings went on back-order, I picked up the Leupold rings at my local shop after work. Hoffman's has a LOT of guns, but its selection of rings is pretty limited. I chose these ones because they were the lowest 1" weaver rings that Hoffman's had in inventory.
I have three ten-round factory magazines for now. I'll probably pick up some 25 or 50 rounders over the winter.
Update: I switched over to a set of Leupold PRW low rings and the scope seems quite a bit more solidly mounted now.