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Ruger 10/22 Bullpup Stock - Military Grade Polymer
Ruger 10/22 Bullpup Stock - Military Grade Polymer

Ruger 10/22 Bullpup Stock - Military Grade Polymer

On sale:$249.00
Retail Price:$269.99
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Part Number:033-P90

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Military Grade Ruger 10/22 Bullpup Stock

  • All Steel Trigger Linkage
  • Dual (Front and Back) Safeties
  • Ambidextrous Steel Charging Handles
  • Machined Aluminum Bedding Block
  • Durable Military Grade Polymer
    More features below...

  Styled almost identical to the FN P90 Bullpup, this 10/22 Bullpup Stock is just as tough and just as precisely made... Install it on your Ruger 10/22 and it looks, feels, and operates almost identical to the military P90. There ARE some important differences you need to know.
  Barrel Length & Overall Length: Make sure your Ruger 10/22 has a barrel at least 18" long. This will keep your Bullpup compliant with the government's minimum overall rifle length of 26". (Note: Factory Ruger 10/22 Barrels are 18½" and they cover up nice with the fake suppressor).
  Barrel Compatibility: The 10/22 Bullpup Stock has a bushing system that's compatible with tapered factory barrels or our popular .920" non tapered target barrels.
  Magazine Compatibility: This stock accepts 10/22 magazines inserted from the bottom. Factory 10 Round Mags are a bit of a reach to insert and pull out. A Two-Mag Doubler or one of our dummy M1 or stick mag extenders solves this. Hi Capacity Mags extend far enough down to be easier to insert and pull out BUT, the ones with with connector buttons on the side may not fit (Butler Creek, Black Dog) unless you cut or grind the buttons off. HC3R Mags won't fit because they have that spring compression knob on the side. Ruger BX-25, Champion, Shooters Ridge, and TI-25 Mags fit perfectly.
  WARNING - NOT FOR LEFT HANDED SHOOTERS: Since the ejection port is on the right side of the buttstock, shooting left handed will expose the shooter's face to ejected shell casings, gases, sparks, and debris.

  • Compact Bullpup Design is 10" Shorter
  • Machined Aluminum Picatinny Optics Rail
  • Detachable Ammunition Storage Box
  • Detachable Dummy Suppressor
  • Two Side Mounted Picatinny Accessory Rails
  • Stock Fits Standard and .920" Bull Barrels
  • Made in the USA!


5 Stars
I am very pleased and more than impressed with the fit, finish and quality of the 10/22 Bullpup Stock. Installing the donor components was simple and straight forward and the completed Bullpup operates and handles effortlessly. This was my first purchase from EAB but after this experience and seeing firsthand the quality of products carried, it will not be my last.
Reviewed by:  from Quartz Hill, Ca. on 5/12/2018
5 Stars
Bullpup Stock
Yes sir I did receive your product. It was fantastic better then I thought it would be thank you so much for this product and I appreciate you getting in contact with me about the product keep up the good work
Reviewed by:  from NA. on 3/20/2018
5 Stars
competitive shooter
First impression while unpackaging was good, fit and finish are good. Unit operates very nicely in all respects. Great WOW factor with all who check it out.
Reviewed by:  from Connecticut. on 1/23/2018
5 Stars
Bought this for a weekend project, looking to do something different as a paper and fun shooter. The build quality is excellent - superior, in fact. Documentation isn't a flimsy 8x11 single sheet - it's a full on manual, step by step, that marries nicely with the documentation included with the 10/22. Every step is fully detailed, with helpful hints and specific notes where something gets tricky. Included, though not noted in the description, is an extended mag release and bolt lock that just caps the entire build - it's truly, absolutely well built, well considered, high quality, and worthwhile. I used a brand-new 10/22 for the build, and its first shot was in this stock. Ran 500 rounds through it at the range, and another 200 rounds a few days later with friends, and had no problems with the build, the action, accuracy, vibration - nothing. It's absolutely stellar. Advice: BX-25 magazines are perfect for both size and utility, but out of three magazines purchased, one had feed troubles (though Ruger's great about returning them and working with you). The 15-round factory mags are actually a better balance, though, for both length and ease of use overall. Both work great - but the 10 round stock mag is more trouble than it's worth - it's a relative pain to remove, and makes the gun not nearly as much fun to shoot. Highly reccomended, and well worth the price.
Reviewed by:  from Chattanooga TN. on 2/17/2017
5 Stars
Great quality a couple draw backs such as trigger but the is the nature of the beast
Reviewed by:  from La Crosse. on 1/22/2017
5 Stars
It's expensive but very well made. Installation was not too hard either, would recommend to all my friends.
Reviewed by:  from Michigan . on 12/31/2016
5 Stars
This is a great option for making a fun bullpup version of the 10/22, and I think the best one considering other options. . Very well designed and constructed. Very solid material used for the chassis and solid when assembled. I've added a HTA barrel and some accessories not available from EABCO. The only thing I wish was that the top rail be absolutely picatinny spec & alittle extended. You can still attach rings etc to the rail but its not spec. Otherwise a really fun stock chassis for that plain jane 10/22 you might have. 5 Stars
Reviewed by:  from Montana. on 12/25/2014
4 Stars
Overall I'm pleased with the bullpup stock. It easily assembled and looks good. I used a 20 bull barrel, stock receiver, extended mag release, and Timney trigger, and BX25 mags. It is front heavy with the long bull barrel but shoulders well and operates smoothly. Throw away the fake suppressor, it is extremely cheap and flimsy. This stock would be great with butt storage capability and brass deflector. Get a bore snake... By design, cleaning means total disassembly and re-sighting, but it is fun to shoot.
Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 7/26/2014

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