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Reising SG Style Ruger 10/22 Stock
Reising SG Style Ruger 10/22 Stock

Reising SG Style Ruger 10/22 Stock

Your Price:$119.00
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Part Number:035-G66

This Reising Sun Gun Style 10/22 stock features a short forend, finger grooves, and dull walnut stained finish giving this stock the look and feel of the classic Reising Sub Machine Gun. Add a finned barrel, dummy stick magazine and sling to complete your own Reising 10/22 Tribute Gun. Channeled to fit up to .920 diameter barrel, this stock is inletted for a drop-in fit with your Ruger 10/22.

5 Stars
woodworker
This stock is way better than I thought it would be. Very nice grain and it arrived perfect condition. I'm sure you will be happy with this stock once you receive it.
Reviewed by:  from Michigan. on 8/11/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Great Product
I bought the finned-barrel/stock/sling/dummy mags etc for my Reising project just like in the pix and I am very happy with the quality and fit of everything. Absolutely no hassle! The Green Mountain finned barrel is almost like a dull parkerized finish (that's a good thing!) and together with the dull finish of the Reising stock mated to my old 1966 dulled 10/22 receiver, the entire project rifle looks like it belongs together, nothing stands out as too shiny or too dull in relation to each piece. The barrel fitted snuggly but no major hassle like having to sand the paint down on the receiver end of the barrel; it fit just tight enough that I only had to lightly tap a rubber mallet to the receiver the last 1/2 or so (take a 3/4 open end wrench, which fits perfectly protected with a cloth strip, at the v-block cut-out to fine-tune the barrel orientation to the extractor as the fit will be tight at this point: that's a good thing too!) Took to the range today for the recommended 200 round break-in procedure and got a lot of compliments! I am not sure this finned barrel will outshoot the original stock Ruger barrel which was a tack-driver, but this is the look I wanted to go along with the M1 10/22 kit I also put together last month (I really recommend that kit too: perfect fit and you can still use your old barrel saving about $200.00 from a new one). This review probably almost sounds like a paid advertisement (sorry about that) but really, that's how enthusiastic I am about both these Tribute rifle kits that I purchased. The only downside to all of this is that once your done with the kit and all the Ruger upgrade mods, you will now have a .22 rifle investment of about $600 each and that may well be too extreme for many folks for this caliber, but again, it's all about the retro looks!
Reviewed by:  from Ca. on 5/22/2015
5/5

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