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Nothing special, just a Ruger 10/22, a semi-auto .22LR carbine. Very fun to shoot, very cheap, extremely modular. If I cared to, I could easily spend two or three times the cost of the gun itself in modifications geared to extremely accurate target shooting. Hell, there are barrels for this thing that cost $300, the gun usually runs $200-300ish itself.
I don't have a picture of it, but it's just a completely stock Ruger 10/22. I'll likely get an aftermarket stock for it and possibly some optics. Luckily, magazines are inexpensive and common, so I won't have a problem there.
As an aside, I highly recommend the Ruger 10/22 as a first gun for anyone interested in buying a firearm. You will get a very superb rifle for a very good price, it's very inexpensive to shoot and will teach you the basics of firearms and accuracy, which will allow you to move up to a different chambering.