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Butler Creek 10/22 Folding Stock Integral Pistol Grip Easy Installation Stainless Steel FS10S

 
Butler Creek
FS10
051525400073
23871
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$82.91
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
The Butler Creek Folding Stock for the Ruger 10/22 has is a folding stock as rugged as the gun for which it is designed. The stainless steel and synthetic composite construction ensure that is unaffected by weather or moisture.

Stainless steel finish stock

Specifications and features:
Non-reflective polymer forearm with integral pistol grip
Quality recoil pad
Positive lockup for rock-solid shooting
Requires no tooling or fitting
Stainless steel 

Item#: 23871
Total number of Reviews: 11

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5.0 5
"now I'm not picky when comes to stocks, and it just so happens this one caught my eye ( for those who are saying that i only looked at stocks at ctd, wrong i cruised rimfirecenteral.com for many a week) and i got this stock even thought not many people like them. And just recently when i received my .920 green mountain barrel it was rather simple to file out the barrel channel to accept the barrel (if you have questions or would like pics email me at friskydingo@gmail.com). For a closing statement, i enjoy this stock."
5.0 5
"As ammo prices continue to soar, I've been looking for an alternative to buying .223/various 7.62/5.45 and other military ammo while practicing using the accessories I use on my M-4. This is a solid stock all around. It fits the contours of my stainless barrel quite well, and the factory knockout for the 10/22 came out rather easily. The receiver and barrel fit snugly within the stock. For those who are used to a good ComBloc folding stock, beware this assembly seems unwieldy when compared to Eastern European folding stocks with a seemingly unnecessarily large rear assembly and a gap on the inside left side when the stock is extended or folded. However, the stock locks very solidly in both the open and the closed, a major plus when shooting from either position. An Eagle 30 round magazine fits and functions with the stock in either position. A BMF activator will not fit with the stock folded. Also, beware using a 10/22 tactical rail with the stock. I didn't use the enclosed front end barrel spacer when I installed in, and the rail forward of the factory scope mount seems to slant downward. Consider filing down the portion forward of the stock barrel band attachment slightly to allow for a better fit, or find longer allen screws. I just moved to a new area and don't know where a good hardware store is, so maybe in time I can get some longer screws and fit this stock properly. Overall, this is a rock solid stock, and I recommend this to anyone who wants to spice up their 10/22 and give it a good \"politically incorrect\" look. Finally, I'm not a paid representative; I've just had good luck with this setup and want to share my good luck with others. May it work as well for you as it works for me!"
5.0 5
"I knew this was a good stock when I bought it, but I am still amazed at how solidly the folding stock locks in BOTH the closed and open position. Looks great and feels very solid. I have no problem recommending this."
4.0 5
"Nice little stock that adds to the entertainment of 10/22 plinking fun! I like the sling attachment nect to the stock's folding joint, for it allows my AR's tactical sling to be used on it as well. The folding stock itself is really well built, solid, not flimsy at all and even has a plastic tube on the top metal bar. When installing my 10/22's receiver/barrel/trigger group I had to really push my receiver into this stock's receiver slot but it went in yet the rear of my receiver varies how much it sticks up out in front of my face. The receiver bolt screwed in and tight with no problems, yet the barrel band could only be attached by pushing the barrel into the \"C\" cupped barrel groove which made my reciever's rear stick up even more out of the stock ... right in front of my face. Makes me feel like my barrel is being bent even though I doubt it seriously, yet the barrel's harmonics definitely has to be affected by this. Maybe later on I will get creative with a stock bedding kit and a knife to make the stock fit my rifle. I added the Double Muzzle Brake (RGR-041) and a high cap magazine to make my 10/22 look like an Assault Rifle, sure to make Charles Shumer, Feinstein and Kerry MAD! :D"
5.0 5
"More and more today you have to be careful of what you think you're buying and what you end up getting stuck with. This product is an A+ all the way. The folding stock is of high quality, fine worksmanship and a very easy fit. I took my time and had my 10/22 switched over in about less than 10 minutes, perfect fit ! The folding stock is very solid, easy to swing open and easy to close. Also a big plus is, it looks great. I carry it folded up in a lockable, water-proof tool box on my John Deere Gator. The only regret I have is I wish I had ordered 2 right away."
4.0 5
"I installed this stock in less than five minutes using only a flat blade screwdriver and a little coaxing. It has a good snug fit. Although the stock covers a small portion of the saftey button I have no problem operating it. Folded, the stock is clear of the trigger guard and causes no problems reloading, even for my 30 round magazines. It locks solidly into postiton and, extended has a comfortable length. The recoil pad is about an inch thick and attaches with screws for easy replacement if needed. I haven't subjected the stock to much abuse yet,but I'm confident it will hold up well. And it looks good. A good buy."
3.0 5
"I had to clearance the front of the stock to fit my quad rail, and the gun rocks slightly in the stock.I tried shimming the front with the rubber strips but didn\uFFFDt help, and the hole for the mounting screw is just a hole.The factory fiber stock had a brass bushing in the same location.I may try to get that bushing out and install it in the new stock."
3.0 5
"The stock is good when folded which makes it easier when hunting from the vehicle. The original 10rd mag gets caught in the stock and I have trouble extracting it. I will probably sand it down a bit. The 30 round magazine is no problem though. When fully extended the stock slightly shifts which can be disastrous at longer ranges. I yearn for the more solid feel when acquiring a distant target."
4.0 5
"This is a very nice stock for the 10-22, with quality steel parts, and a solid locking mechanism. Then my gun dropped right into the stock, and it looks and functions great!"
5.0 5
"I've owned other folders before and was afraid this was gonna be 'chinsey' for such a low price. Not so! This stock has a rugged feel and is made of quality steel components that lock solidly in the open and closed position with zero play. The plastic might not be top of the line, but I think it is servicable and will last a long time. My gun dropped right in with the standard barrel, but when I change to a bull barrel It will need to be modified."
4.0 5
"A good stock. It is easily installed. My only complaint is the rubber tube they used to insulate the cheek rest. I am not a huge fan. Other than that, it's a good, solid piece"