The modular HT60 stock from Hunting Tactical provides ultra-customization of the well-regarded Marlin/Glenfield Model 60 .22 Long Rifle plinker. Made of polymer in the United States, the unit gives users a six-position telescoping stock with additional adjustments for vertical stock angles as well as an adjustable-for-angle pistol grip. Simply use the provided Allen wrench, which can be stored within the grip, to make adjustments. An adjustable fore-end, with Picatinny rail on three sides, is provided with the kit for attaching accessories. Price: $150. Contact: Hunting Tactical; huntingtactical.com.
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