​Be a Tiger (Shark, Dragon or Eagle) King With Ruger's 10/22 TALO Exclusives

Take your 10/22 to the top of the food chain with TALO.

by posted on June 1, 2020
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Ruger 10/22 Sporter Model 31125, Engraved Tiger

Ruger's 10/22 semi-automatic rifle has been one of America's favorite plinkers since the company began rolling them out in 1964 ... in fact, as far as many shooters are concerned, the 10/22 is the King of Plinkers and no gun safe is complete without one. Set aside a place of honor in that gun safe for TALO Distributors' hottest new exclusive renditions, featuring artful designs that evoke the King of the Jungle (King of Netflix, anyway), the King of the Sea, the King of the Air ... all apex predators at the top of their food chains, just like the 10/22 itself. Featuring tiger, shark, eagle and even mythical predators like the dragon, these uniquely beautiful TALO designs will make you the King (OK, Queen) of the Range. Find a Talo distributor at Ruger.com.

Ruger 10/22 Sporter Talo Exclusive Model 31148, Engraved Shark

 

Ruger 10/22 Sporter Talo Exclusive Model 21179, Engraved Green Mountain Gator

 

Ruger 10/22 Sporter Talo Exclusive Model 31136, Engraved Dragon

 

Ruger 10/22 Sporter Talo Exclusive Model 21199, Engraved Eagle

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