Introducing our Generation 2 lightweight and compact Folding Stock assembly for all 10/22 designed rifles. This stock can be fitted to the standard 10/22 that we have all grown to love for decades and will also fit Ruger's Factory Takedown Model. This assembly features a right side folding stock with a push button latch that allows un-hindered operation for both right and left handed users. The comb height (cheek rest) is a little higher than stock and intended for use with aftermarket sights and optics.
The rear stock section incorporates a built-in convenient storage compartment captivated by a polymer end cap. You can choose no butt pad or we offer 1/2" and 1" butt pads that screw to the rear section.
The receiver section installs easily with one screw and features a pistol grip with contoured and textured finger grooves.
If you have Ruger's Factory Takedown Rifle, the optional 7" handguard section installs easily to the Factory Barrel or .920 Bull Barrel with one screw. If you have a standard 10/22, we designed a billet T-Block barrel retainer that incorporates the free float mounting of the 7" handguard section which can be used with both standard and bull barrels. We offer a Quick Disconnect socket standard on the bottom front of the handguard to allow a sling or quick detach mount for accessories such as a bipod or foregrip. Optional with the handguard are one or two Picatinny Rail attachments with seven slots to allow standard flashlight, red dot, and other accessories.
All parts are constructed with Glass Filled Nylon for the utmost in strength.
Equipped with one common QD Sling Swivel Socket mount installed in the front of the Butt Stock. We offer an optional additional QD Socket.
Length of pull 11.75" with no butt pad
Length of pull 12.25" with 1/2" butt pad
Length of pull 12.75" with 1" butt pad
Weight: 1lb. 3oz. for the the rear stock assembly
Weight: 1lb. 14oz. for the stock assembly with 1" butt pad, Handguard, and Picatinny Rail attachments
Available in Black and Tan (Dark Earth).
Blog by SinistralRifleman here.
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Bigdoc (Submitted on 27th Jan 2018)
I wanted a 10 22 rifle that looked a bit different than everyone else's. This is FDE with a pistol grip without looking like a pseudo operator. I prefer pistol grip stocks, I just shoot them better. One drawback is the LOP is a bit short, I'm going to fabricate a 1 inch spacer to correct this. Great stock, no too expensive, makes a good looking rifle.
Kironde Eberhardt (Submitted on 15th Dec 2017)
This is not some poor quality replacement. It is high quality and well molded. All smooth edges and finely finished. Very sturdy as well.
Theron Robert Smith (Submitted on 7th Mar 2017)
Love this stock on my takedown!
Mike B. (Submitted on 22nd Feb 2017)
I purchased this kit for my Ruger 10/22 Takedown because I wanted to take advantage of the size and versatility of a folding stock in combination with the Takedown function.
My first impressions are overall good, however I have to mention a couple issues. The fitment is very close but not perfect. The locking mechanism rubs and might need some fabrication in order for the bolt to thread correctly. It's possible that others might not have this issue, given they are injection molded. It's just a very tight fit when conneting the barrel. Screws included in the picatinny rails and recoil pad are somewhat difficult to tighten. I used a hand drill but be careful with over torquing.
Overall the stock/forearm piece are well made. The folding function is solid and comfortable when extended and locked. The length of pull is perfect with the 1" recoil pad. The pad should be included in the kit not an option, I couldn't imagine using this platform without it. In addition AGP should include the Haris style swivel mount, $25 is overpriced. It would be nice to include the option for a picatinny rail on the bottom of the forearm piece.
Jason Williams (Submitted on 29th Sep 2016)
Overall I am satisfied with the stock. The only issues I have are that it seems unfinished. There is a lot of flash from the molding still surrounding the plastic and certain parts don't seem flush. The fore end needed to be sanded to fit the barrel properly and I wish there was an option for a fore end with no attachment holes for the optional pica-tinny rails.
I will most likely have to do a great deal more sanding and have the stock cerakoted to give a more finished look.
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