Ruger 10/22 Parts and Accessories

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An industry-wide favorite among rimfire enthusiasts, the Ruger 10/22 is a versatile, durable staple in the small arms community. Wing Tactical is proud to offer a curated collection of high-quality Ruger 10/22 parts and accessories. If you’re ready to make Ruger 10/22 upgrades, explore our inventory.

Shooter disassembles a Ruger 10/22 in the field

Ruger 10/22 Parts from Wing Tactical: Everything You Need to Upgrade

The Ruger 10/22 is an excellent rifle and is one of the best .22 caliber rimfire firearms on the market. A stock 10/22 is pretty accurate up to 100 yards, and it’s a perfect option for target shooting, plinking, or hunting small game.

Moreover, because of its low recoil and very cheap ammunition, it is also an excellent option for competition shooting. Ruger 10/22 upgrades can make this lightweight rifle even lighter.

Like any other popular firearm, the Ruger 10/22 also has excellent aftermarket support. There are loads of different Ruger 10/22 parts to choose from; we’ve listed some of the most popular ones below.

Top Ruger 10/22 Accessories

Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 threaded lightweight carbon fiber barrel


Many people choose to install aftermarket barrels on their 10/22s. You can get lightweight fluted barrels, or if you want an extremely lightweight competition build, some manufacturers also make carbon fiber barrels for the Ruger 10/22. These barrels are more rigid than steel barrels and hence have lower barrel harmonics and improved accuracy, as well.

 Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 competition bolt

Competition Bolts

Many aftermarket brands also make competition bolts for the Ruger 10/22 platform. These competition bolts can have stronger construction with titanium firing pins and have a smooth finish, which results in lower friction and smoother operation of the rifle.

Tactical Solutions Ruger 10/22 X-Ring performance compensator


The 10/22 is a very smooth shooting rifle with minimal recoil. However, adding a compensator can make it shoot with accuracy like a laser, with almost zero recoil. Several brands make excellent compensators and other muzzle devices for the Ruger 10/22 platform.

Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 TG2000 drop-in trigger in black

Triggers and Controls

To complete the competition package, you need to have an enhanced trigger as well. Since the 10/22 is such a popular option for target shooting, many brands make light competition triggers for it. You can also get extended controls for the 10/22, like an extended magazine release or bolt. These upgrades will help you operate your rifle faster.

Wing Tactical: A Collection for the Modern Shooter

Whether you’re customizing a beloved Ruger 10/22 with accessories or building your first AR-15, Wing Tactical is proud to support today’s most demanding gunsmithing projects. Our collection is curated to prioritize quality above all else — we don’t sell anything we wouldn’t depend on in our own firearms.

If you have any questions about our products, need help finding the perfect part from top brands, or want advice from an expert, reach out to our customer service team. We’re always happy to help!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the life expectancy of a Ruger 10/22?

With proper care and maintenance (and part replacements when needed) a Ruger 10/22 rifle can last for years and thousands of rounds. It’s one of the most durable, dependable rifles on the market.

Is the Ruger 10/22 still in production?

While some sub-models of the 10/22 have been discontinued, the standard 10/22 and many variant models are still in production today.

Is the Ruger 10/22 a good hunting rifle?

While you might not reach for the 10/22 before sitting in a deer stand or heading out on a hog hunt, the 10/22 is an excellent choice for small game hunting. Ruger 10/22 accessories like optics can enhance your hunting experience and support improved accuracy.

Which Ruger 10/22 parts wear out the quickest?

While all firearm parts are subject to wear and tear, those that show wear the quickest are typically exposed to oils and gunpowder. The following parts might show their age first:

  • The bolt
  • The trigger
  • The firing pin
  • The barrel

What does the 10 stand for in 10/22?

The 10 in 10/22 likely pays homage to the rifle’s patented 10-round rotary magazine. While shooters can upgrade to higher-capacity magazines if they choose, the flush-mounting stock magazine has performed well for decades.