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Light and sized more for an adult.
I have the cousin of your rifle in my rack:

RAR style modular stock in the copper mica color with a high comb standard LOP module installed.

24" GB fluted sporter barrel.

Under-lever magazine release

4-12x40 AO Sightron S1H installed in Warne Maxima rings.

And the ubiquitous BX trigger and synthetic bolt stop buffer.

I am thinking about spending $225 to send it to CPC for a full tune up, but would reinstall the original metal trigger assembly and repurpose the currently installed BX.
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when it comes to receivers, I prefer to roll my own, and the only 80% receivers that TI does without a rail is a takedown


but I have been giving one of these some thought
Who makes that stock?
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Who makes that stock?
https://www.1022td-woodstocks.com/
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Is there a master list of all the 10/22 stock makers somewhere? (I know perfect doesn't exist, but I'm still looking for it.)
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Light and sized more for an adult.
I like your stock. Where do you find one like that for a 10/22?
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I like your stock. Where do you find one like that for a 10/22?
https://sapoutfitters.com/product-ca...harger-stocks/

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haven't looked over the entire site, but their prices seem a bit off on some of the items that I have looked at

$110 for a factory laminate Carbine and $75 for a birch Sporter is high in my opinion

maybe I'm spoiled from getting factory laminate Carbine and Target stocks for $35 from CWP
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My favorite squirrel getter! Revolution laminate. Total KIDD ULW, Leupold.
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Old 04-15-2019, 02:57 PM
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That gun with a Skinner take-down peep would be the bee's knees. I think I need one....
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What is the perfect, light weigh, handy, walking-around, hunting stock?

I sort of agree for field positions that the old standard patterns which work so well standing and shooting rule the day for nearly all hunting.

I've looked at them all, and keep coming back to the basic Ruger Carbine stock, the end cut off at the barrel band and sanded into shape.

For a squirrel gun, nothing is better. Prove me wrong.
I agree in general. It's hard to beat the old fashioned stock patterns for shooting offhand or in field positions with iron sights.

For me - the answer depends on whether you are hunting with a scope or some flavor of iron sights. Scopes requires less drop than iron sights for everything.
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I like your stock. Where do you find one like that for a 10/22?
The modular American style stocks come with the low comb module. If you want the high comb module, they are available on eBay for around $25 or directly from Ruger for $19, plus shipping.

There are 4 American style stock modules:

Standard LOP with low comb - #90431
Standard LOP with high comb - #90432

Short/Youth LOP with low comb - #90433
Short/Youth LOP with high comb - #90434

I have seen the American style modular stock for the 10/22 in 3 different colors; black, copper mica, and green. The black and green color stocks seem to be more common than the copper mica color stocks.

The modules are all black, so you get a two-tone effect on the copper mica or green stocks.

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I prefer the normal factory stock.

I sand out the barrel band so that it doesn’t touch the barrel.

That's what I do also..
I simply sand out the barrel band.
I think the Carbine stocks look their best as factory stock.
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I favor the current DSP stock, left alone. I like the checkering, so the rifle doesn't slip around in my mitts. Of all the variations and iterations Ruger has done on the 10/22, I think it's the best of the bunch.
The only other variations I'd consider are the American modulars. Keep 'em simple and let function follow.
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My primary squirrel rifle is this .36 SMR longrifle.


Secondary is this .32 SMR Tn longrifle.

This guy filled several pickups.

This little guy also earned his keep. Black powder simply makes squirrel dumplings taste better.

All these are featherweights 'cept for the 39A, which isn't bad.
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I consider myself a serious squirrel hunter and I have found the RAR stock to be about the perfect hunting stock. Just the right balance for me with the RARc package/can.

I have killed a tad better than 350 squirrels with this combo using CCI SSHPs.



I bought it back when they first came out and had the barrel cut back to 17" then threaded/recrowned. I painted it green myself. The only difference is that it wears a old Leupond M8 4X scope now.

I think that Ruger makes a 10-22 with a like configured stock now.
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