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ArrizX 07-31-2009 04:00 AM

Need help choosing a stock for 10/22 (bull barrels)
I need a stock that can specifically support a .920 bull barrel, and I havent found one yet. Everything I find supports the stock barrel.

Would this stock by chance support a .920'' bull barrel
Ruger 10-22 Bull-Pup Stock

Looking at possibly this barrel
Shooters Ridge 10/22 Barrel, .920 18" 4140 Blued Steel

this doesnt specify either, but I assume that it will hold a .920 bullbarrel as well right?

FCross7 07-31-2009 04:29 AM

Are you just trying to find a stock to fit it or do you want a Tacticool stock?
Because if your just trying to find a regular stock, type in 10/22 stock into google and you'll get like a million hits. If your trying to find a tacticool stock, not sure on that, haven't ever seen one but that doesn't mean they aren't out there.


ArrizX 07-31-2009 04:57 AM

More of a taticool stock like either posted.

I've found the normal ones, but I want something more like I posted.

primers 07-31-2009 06:42 AM

10/22 stock
you might want to go to and look for their sponsors and the folks that advertise there...good luck

stalkingbear 07-31-2009 10:16 AM

For a bull barrel stock, the Hogue stock is hard to beat for the price. I'm not much on "tacticool" stocks for 10/22s as they're not designed for optimum accuracy. After all-how tactical can a .22 rimfire be? Here's some links for .920 barrel stocks nonetheless.
MidwayUSA - Hogue OverMolded Stock Ruger 10/22 .920" Barrel Channel Rubber Black
MidwayUSA - TAPCO Intrafuse T6 Stock 6-Position Collapsible Ruger 10/22 .920" Barrel Channel Synthetic Black
MidwayUSA - Choate Dragunov Stock Ruger 10/22 .920" Barrel Channel Synthetic Black

ArrizX 07-31-2009 07:00 PM

They thank you. I like those last two. I really like that tapco, thats a great looking stock.

Oh, and I know it is only a .22 so it cant be THAT tatical, but since I cant afford a AR-15 (or the bullets to shoot it....... if you can find them) I will just toy with a 22.

cpttango30 07-31-2009 08:35 PM

If you need a 10/22 stock then Stocky's Stocks will have it. Just about the best prices as well. You might also check with teh Ruger guys over on RFC Home (MBI, Inc.) Home Page

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