ATI 10/22 AR-22 Stock System

posted on April 26, 2014
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ATI’s new U.S.-made, easy-to-use 10/22 AR-22 Stock System gives your run-of-the-mill Ruger 10/22 the feel and appearance of a modern sporting rifle (MSR), which enables one to build familiarity with the AR platform with minimal cost. Only the barreled action (with trigger group) is needed, and the kit works with both standard and bull barrel 10/22s. Included in the ATI 10/22 AR-22 Stock System are: a six-position adjustable stock with a military-type III anodized 6061 T6 aluminum buffer tube and removable/adjustable cheekrest; a two-half receiver shroud made from military-grade polymer and featuring an aluminum mock charging handle and a forward assist; a six-sided (or eight-sided) aluminum fore-end with an FS8 nosecone and a 21” low-profile Picatinny rail; and a T2-style pistol grip. Both 10- and 25-round magazines can be used with the system installed. The kit will not work with the 10/22 Takedown, and it sells for $190.

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