TALO Ruger French Walnut 10/22

TALO are producing a limited edition Ruger 10/22 featuring a absolutely beautiful french walnut stock.

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I have emailed my contact at TALO asking what the MSRP. I will update the page when he replies.

UPDATE: The MSRP is $419



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Caucasian walnut can look even better, but no rifle looks like another one.
    You can get a good-looking or a terrible stock – it’s really a choice to be made in the store (unless you buy one of the “one in a thousand” selected guns, which are usually excessively expensive..

  • I’ve listed one on gunbroker for my gun shop. It is beautiful and only $350.
    http://v4.beta.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=125114053

  • Howard Melching

    The only change I would prefer would be to eliminate the matte finish on the metal and return to polished blue. I think so doing would be more appropriate for a gun like this. I found one for $399.00 that has the French Walnut stock.

  • Rick

    Good Grief, its just a plain Ruger 10 22 in a fancy stock.
    I cant see paying $400.

    • George Brooks

      I own three Ruger 10 22’s they are all very unique in thier own special way, however when I saw my TALO French Walnut Stock in my favorite gun shop, I purchased it that very moment. Someone had ask for it before me but for some reason backed out,(possibly price), however I did not care about price, I gave $450 for it and would have given more. Let me say this, we all know that Rugers are top of the line, BUT this model is the elite, 22. When you hold it, the sharp etching work on the stock stands out right away, Heck, I have got expensive tobacco pipes that don’t have the wood grain like this thing. To wrap this up, my TALO is in my case, and only comes out for inspection to my close friends, I don’t intend to fire it, let my grandchildren do that at some point. Does this tell you what I think of it???

      • MojaveMike

        Nice try, Talo rep.

    • George Brooks

      I own three Ruger 10 22’s they are all very unique in thier own special way, however when I saw my TALO French Walnut Stock in my favorite gun shop, I purchased it that very moment. Someone had ask for it before me but for some reason backed out,(possibly price), however I did not care about price, I gave $450 for it and would have given more. Let me say this, we all know that Rugers are top of the line, BUT this model is the elite, 22. When you hold it, the sharp etching work on the stock stands out right away, Heck, I have got expensive tobacco pipes that don’t have the wood grain like this thing. To wrap this up, my TALO is in my case, and only comes out for inspection to my close friends, I don’t intend to fire it, let my grandchildren do that at some point. Does this tell you what I think of it???I hope you print this because I think a lot of 22 owners would enjoy this weapon, if they know they could order one. Thanks George.

  • Gilead Rose

    Hey Mr. John Myers, I believe I am the one who bought it from you 🙂
    I love it, beautiful stock.
    Has taken many pigeons, squirrels and various other birds.

    I payed a total of $430 I believe with shipping and such.
    It was my first gun, and I wanted something special compared to other peoples .22lr’s.
    It has done the job 🙂
    I have a nice Barska 3-9×40 on it and it shoots very well.
    I do love the Iron sights on this thing though! the unique diamond and gold bead design makes lining up shots very nice.
    I had no problems with accuracy.
    My dad took the lid off a gatorade bottle at about 30 yards.
    And I’m talking dead center of the top of the bottle, right between the cap and the seal ring.
    Could not have been a better shot, it went right where he aimed it.