• Drop-in installation
  • Designed to shoot CCI Quiet 22 LR cartridge and any .22 LR round rated under 1000 fps
  • Round firing pin eliminates the unnecessary vertical movement found on most 10/22 firing pins
  • Comes with Exact Edge Extractor and SureStrike Firing Pin


  • Caliber: .22 LR
  • Material: Aluminum and Steel
  • Finish: Type III Hard Anodized
  • Weight: 2.89 oz.


  • Ruger 10/22


  • 1x Volquartsen Firefly Bolt
  • 1x Recoil Rod
  • 1x Recoil Spring
  • 1x Recoil Buffer


Have you ever wanted to have one of those quiet "Hollywood" guns to play with? I know, the license, background checks and the waiting kind of take the fun out of it. However, if you could have one and be able to run some light loads without problems, wouldn't it be fun? Well, if you put a Volquartsen Firefly 10/22 Bolt in your Ruger 10/22 you can legally have one.

No Muff No Fuss

I guess most of us shot sans shooting muffs when we were young and dumb but now we know better. With the Volquartsen Firefly Bolt for 10/22 platform, you can run that sub-sonic ammo that is near "Hollywood quiet". After running one of these you just may forget all about legally getting a suppressor, you really don't need one.

One Drop-In, Several Upgrades For Your 10/22

The Volquartsen Firefly 10/22 Bolt gives you so much for so little. You are not going to get a standard 10/22 to run sub-sonic light loads reliably, there's simply not enough force to move that steel bolt. This Volquartsen Firefly Bolt for 10/22 carbines is machined out of anodized aluminum. It's super light and designed to reliably feed that "quiet" ammo. Then consider that Volquartsen filled your new Firefly with every top-of-the-line goody they offer. Hey, now that makes the Volquartsen Firefly 10/22 Bolt a bargain. The first time you take apart a Ruger 10/22 it's kind of an adventure, after that they are really simple. The Volquartsen Firefly Bolt for 10/22 carbines is a simple, drop-in upgrade. Especially if you're building a super light gun for fun, you're just going to have to try one.

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