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ATI Ruger 10/22 Strikeforce Adjustable Stock Grey with Picatinny Rails

 
Advanced Technology
A.2.40.1216
758152105851
3-1028830
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Specifications and Features:
Six Position Collapsible and Side Folding Buttstock
Can be Fired from Folded Position
New and Improved Pivot Housing Assembly
Scorpion Razorback Recoil Pad
One 4 Picatinny Rail
Three 2 Picatinny Rails
One 2 Swivel Stud Picatinny Rail
Blank Covers for When Rails are Not in Use
Ergonomic, Textured Pistol Grip
Additional Ventilation in Forend and Top Cover
3M Industrial Grade Self-Adhesive Soft Touch Cheekrest Pad
Removable/Adjustable Cheekrest 3/8
Slot for Tactical Sling Attachment
Drop Tube Adaptor for Use with Iron Sites
Three Sling Swivel Studs
Mounting Hardware Included
DuPont Extreme Temperature Glass Reinforced Polymer
Manufactured in the USA
Limited Lifetime Warranty 
Total number of Reviews: 1

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4.0 5
"Ordered on Monday, received by Friday. Took about 10 minutes to install and looks amazing. I haven't fired the rifle yet with this new stock, but it shoulders nicely and with the drop adapter the iron sights can still be used. The drop adapter seems fine to me and it doesn't look bad at all. I found that if you leave the adjustable cheek rest off, you really don't need the drop adapter for iron sights. #4 rating because it does have a little \"wobble\" or \"rattle\" from the buffer tube connection, which is probably from where the adjustment \"stud\" engages the buffer tube notches. It's not bad and I don't feel it at all; only when I shake it or wiggle it by hand. When it's on the shoulder, it's fine. Can't wait to shoot it. One thing to be careful of is make sure the threads are lined up properly with the nut on the hand guard when installing. I cross-threaded one screw, but I had an extra since I didn't use all the included rails."
– Ben