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Old 03-06-2012, 12:01 AM   #1
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Im considering on buying a ruger 10/22 but I for sure wanna upgrade the stock any ideas on the best website to find upgrades for it?
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Old 03-06-2012, 04:31 AM   #2
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I buy all my gun parts from midway USA. Fast shipping. They have hella parts, stocks, barrels, trigger groups, spring sets. As far as the best, it depends what you want to build, a target rifle with a thumb thru stock ( like mine, archangel deluxe target stock $99) , or an ar looking rifle, or whatever. As far as quality u get what u pay for.
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What would you recommend for shooting rabbits and squirrels?
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Old 03-06-2012, 11:31 AM   #4
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Boyd's stocks What comes on them works fine for general use, hunting and plinking. Just use it as is. and see what others have do and go from there. Hogue has a nice overmolded stock that gives a good grip, is designed more like a normal rifle stocktoo and is lighter than orginal and can be bought for less than 60 bucks. Boyd's has maybe 5 stock designs that also just bolt in that will give different looks , Most cost under 100 dollars too.

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http://rifle-stocks.com/silhouette.htm

In my opinion one of the nicest stocks I have ever seen
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I shoot left handed but I've never even shot a left handed gun but I would really like one are there left handed ruger 10/22's
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Boyds Evolution is an ambi' stock.You can shoot it left or right handed.
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That's a sick stock, but I'm looking for more of a tactical look, something that IF I HAD to use it for protection it would look scary and not much like a 22 ya know?
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If you want a stock for hunting it all ready has it on the rifle. Most all of the rest is window dressing. Spend the money on a good sights or optics and good ammo.
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But I want the "intimidation" factor as well
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