The Ultimate Backpacking Survival Rifle Build

Looking for the “ultimate” survival rifle? Well, look no further than this Ruger 10/22 rifle (featuring the Gemtech Mist-22 silencer) with Magpul X-22 BackPacker stock (holds 3 ten-round mags), and Primary Arms Advanced Micro Dot sight mounted on a Magpul optics mount.

All together you’re probably looking at around $1,000 to put this survival rifle together, with the bulk of the cost in the rifle and silencer. Feel free to watch the entire video, but you really only need to watch the first five minutes or so to get the idea. And if you want to see him tear the rifle down–including a look at the silencer–then skip to about the 11:30 mark afterwards. Enjoy!

Author: Damian Brindle

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  1. COOL! I purchased a Ruger 10-22 Takedown when they first fielded. I converted the nifty backpack that came with the gun into a survival kit. Not a ton of room, but enough for several BX-25 magazines and some supplies. When I ran out of pouch space, I rolled an All Weather Blanket around the outside, securing it with bungie straps. I also hung a sawback machete and rifle cleaning kit on the outside. I store it in my vehicle at all times. With respect to a “backpack gun” that stores inside a rucksack, I made a survival kit like that, too. I used a Henry AR7 Rifle. I also keep that in my SUV. If I had to grab just ONE pack and take off, it would be the ruck with the AR7. NOT because I like the rifle better, more so that this container holds more survival items. In my opinion, the Ruger 10-22 Takedown is a better weapon.

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