Preview: Samson Black A-TM And B-TM Folding Stocks

These Samson stocks are designed to fit Ruger Mini-14, Mini Thirty & 10/22s.

posted on October 24, 2022
Sampson Black A-TM And B-TM Folding Stocks

Duplicating the design used on factory folding-stock Ruger Mini-14 and AC-556 rifles, Samson Mfg. collaborated with Ruger a few years ago to introduce its A-TM folder—so named as a tribute to the popular ’80s television show “The A Team.” Now the stock is available in a black-finish for both the centerfire Mini-14/Mini Thirty and as the B-TM for the rimfire 10/22.

The stock is constructed of dark-stained walnut and stainless steel and features a simple hinge mechanism activated by a push button and a folding buttplate that locks to the fore-end. The A-TM fits 181-prefix and newer rifles, and the B-TM fits all 10/22s with standard-contour barrels, but not the Takedown.

Each model weighs approximately 4 lbs., and length of pull is 13½" for the A-TM and 12¾" for the B-TM. MSRP is $325 and $300, respectively. For more information, please visit


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