Preview: Victor Company Titan22

posted on July 5, 2021

The Titan22 from the Victor Company is designed to help shooters maximize the accuracy of their Ruger 10/22 rifles. With enhanced strength and rigidity, thanks to its fiberglass resin construction, the Titan22 is host to additional accuracy-boosting features.

To better maintain the 10/22 action's footprint within the Titan22 gun stock, the company employs what it calls its Anchor Lock System. The Titan22 secures the front of the rifle’s receiver to a solid block of 6061 aluminum in the fore-end, while a rear hardened-aluminum anchor similarly serves to remove play from the butt end of the receiver. The innovative action-locking system is tunable and universal; Victor Company offers three Anchor Lock adapters for its Titan22.

A pair of quick-detach sling mounts are found on each side of the stock for rapid sling deployment. An underhook for sandbag use and a barrel channel relieved enough to free-float heavy-contour barrels up to 1.00" in diameter are accuracy-boosting components to the Titan22. An enlarged magazine well also comes standard. Mild, stipple-like texturing is provided on the vertical pistol grip and along the side of the widened fore-end for improved purchase.

The Titan22 is available in black, olive drab green and flat dark earth and retails for $170. Addtional accessories such as a raised cheekpiece ($30), length-of-pull spacers ($11) and mini Picatinny rail ($25) with QD sling socket are available on the company website


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