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Krinker Plinker For Ruger 10/22 Rifle Works with all Ruger 10/22 Rifles

 
C&S Metall-Werkes
KRINKER
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Transform your Ruger 10/22 into an AK-47 Krinkov!

The Krinker-Plinker is a complete conversion kit for your Ruger 10/22 to turn it into a miniature AKS-74U Krinkov. This is not just a cheap drop in plastic stock, but a true transformation using original military AK 74 parts and stamped, molded, cast and CNC machined pieces. Installation is simple, just remove the stock and barrel from your 10/22 and install the kit. It takes about 20 minutes.

Works with your 10/22!

The Krinker Plinker works with all semi automatic and full auto Ruger 10/22 rifles. Your original receiver, bolt and trigger pack (semi or automatic) are installed in the kit without modification.

Superb Quality!!

The Krinker Plinker kits are built completely in the C&S Metall-Werkes Limited shop using state of the art CNC machines.

Specifications and Features:
Stamped steel chassis with Black-T finish
Authentic AKS-74U Krinkov folding stock
16" heavy match-grade barrel with 1/2" X 28 threads and slip over fake suppressor
Authentic AK-74 black synthetic pistol grip and lower forearm
Picatinny Rail lower forearm with removable side rails
Upgraded sight set with fully adjustable rear aperture and protected post front sight
CNC machined Picatinny rail for use with optics
Extended magazine release
Beautiful dark satin black oxide finish on all steel parts
Beautiful dark satin black hardcoat anodize finish on all aluminum parts
Detailed and easy to follow installation instructions complete with photos

For warranty issues contact C&S Metall-Werkes Ltd..
KEN CHOATE (636) 928-1511
info@csm-w.com 
Total number of Reviews: 19

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5.0 5
"This stock looks just like an AK-74 SU but with a longer barrel. Super accurate barrel and great iron sights that surprisingly work! I thought it was going to be hard to assemble but it was so easy. It looks really awesome with the Pro Mag 10/22 Drum magazine installed on it."
– Anson
4.0 5
"This Krinker Plinker For Ruger 10/22 Rifle kit is good. Easy to read and understand the instructions. However, my 3 negative points are the 1) the lower Hand-guard is not tight and solid, it wiggles from side to side ever so slightly. (but enough so that you notice it). 2) I don\uFFFDt like using the forearm retaining clip, removing this clip rubs the faceplate (causing marks no matter how gentle you are) that caps the upper and lower hand-guards together. And 3) if you need to dissemble the bolt, you have to take the entire assembly apart. But it does look good and functions well."
– Krinker Plinker For Ruger 10/22 Rifle
5.0 5
"This past Christmas my family chipped in and bought me a new Ruger 10/22 carbine. Anticipating this, I purchased the Krinker Plinker kit in advance. ( from CTD, of course.) Within 1 hour, I had the Ruger apart and installed the Krinker Plinker kit. It took 1 hour because I dry fit the parts, before tightening everything down, making sure not to mar or scratch anything. What I ended up with is the coolest looking .22 on the planet. With 2 Pro-Mag 50 rd. drum mags, and 5 Eagle 30 rd. mags, we went out plinking. This damn thing is more fun than a barrel of monkeys, and gets more attention than anything I have brought to the range. I let everybody shoot it, and they all like it. I might have to build a second one so I can get to shoot it. I need more mags because I have a tendency to shoot a lot of ammo out of this and do not like to reload at the range and 250 rds. just isn't enough. I added a Leapers 3x9x40 scope. Now it is as deadly as it is cool. With the stock folded you can fire from the hip all day and at 8 bucks a box of 550 rds. you can afford to shoot this all day. I agree with the 3 negatives of the review of 1.16.07, but the amount of fun to be had far exceeds these negative points. Build one for yourself and see. STAY SAFE AND HAPPY SHOOTING."
– Aleister
5.0 5
"This is pure fun! I am sure though that soon some liberal will be \"super scared\" by it's appearance and push to have it controlled or banned, even though it is the EXACT same gun functionally/power/rate of fire, etc., as they always do, since they get their information from movies and their media.Definitely fun to build and diversify the gun safe! You can do all the aimed plinking and Rambo moves all in one and for cheap!The best thing I noticed about this kit though is the receiver housing fits VERY snuggly against the magazines and holds them secure so they do not move around and cause jams. This is especially valuable on the longer magazines (especially full of ammo) since their long lever-arm weight can tilt them if they are not held in tightly, a problem common with the wooden stocks. This is becuase it's a flip of the coin if you get a wooden factory stock that fits good and a millimeter can make all the difference.This would REALLY be fun if you had a full-auto, but unfortunately we've had our 2nd amendment rights defined by the ignorant.This proud Texan recommends it!"
– Andrew
2.0 5
"well, i broke down and bought this for my ruger and was very exited when it arrived.it assembeled great and looks reak cool too. here is the downfalls...the stock ruger ten round mag works great in it untill you have to remove it. you have to literally pry it a little to get it out so i puchased 30 round hot lips mags, every other round jams in the reciever; the folding stock sticks when going from open to closed, but other than that it spices up the gun safe! i am dissapointed."
– belly flop of a kit
5.0 5
"I received my Klinker Kit today and was amazed at the Quality of the kit, mostly metal and little plastic. I had the opportunity to fire and evaluate a real AK - 74 in the early 1980's and the quality of it was like the AK - 47 (also shot this). These weapons are Mass Produced by several country's and is not to USA standards. However this kit combines the BEST of 2 outstanding US company's; Ruger and C&S Metall Werks <--(correct spelling) Manufacture of the Kit. The quality of the material, design and assemby instructions are without equal. I put mine together and went to the range and did some test firing. I used a 50 round ProMag Drum Magazine and was impressed with the performance. The sights are more than effective. I plan on expanding the package by installing a Red Dot Scope on the Picatinny Rail (which is included). The people at the range were all wanting to fire it. As to the problems that the previous Reviewer \"Belly Flop Of A Kit\" has with his setup, I think he'll find that it has Nothing to do with the Kit. It sounds to me as if his problems is 1 of 3 things; Receiver, Bolt (extraction pin), or the Magazine is New and has not been broken in yet. If he wants to get rid of the Kit I'll be MORE than happy to take it off his hands. Anyway from this 64 year old former USMC Gunnery Sgt. 20 thumbs up. Keep up the good work and Semper Fi."
– GySgt-USMC
4.0 5
"I recently just purchased the KrinkerPlinker + the ProMag .22 50 round drum mag. I purchased a Ruger 10/22 from a local Pawn Shop for about $200 and used it for my conversion. It took me about an hour to put the weapon together using my old 10/22. I went out to my cousin's ranch and started putting rounds down range. The Krinker fired flawlessly. The whole kit was a wonder. I loved it. My girlfriend who doesn't even like looking @ guns much less shooting them had a great time with it. After she shot a couple of rounds, she unloaded the rest of the 25 round clip I had attached to the gun. I did have a little trouble with jamming on part of the drum mag being new, but other that that I really enjoyed my new Krinker... the price is right for this kit and I just love my new toy. Cpl Nugent... USMC."
– amosj
5.0 5
"Unmatched 'cool' factor. Very well made, super accurate. The oem mags are a tight fit, but your not going to use a ten round mag with this rifle. I have two of the aluminum TS mags and works perfect. May need to try a promag drum next. I added a holo sight on a tall rail, and can still use the open sights. I also added a rail to the forgrip and installed a gps grip pod, laser and tac light.I have about $750 total in this thing with ALL the bells and whistles. At 5 cents a round you can shoot all day. Currently my favorite toy!"
– madcratebuilder
4.0 5
"Very good kit. It was extremely fun to put together. This was my first major conversion of a weapon, and it happened to be the ruger 10/22 I have had since I was 14. I do have some small gripes with this kit. During assembly, it scraped the black finish off the bolt assembly. Also, what used to be a 1 minute field strip barehanded has become a tedious chore that requires the use of a few different types of hexigonal wrenches, fortunately included in the kit. Also, the first time I took it to the range, I lost one of the tiny bolts that hold the back takedown pin for the trigger in place. It was a major annoyance, and it couldnt be found because the tiny thing is the same size as a primer cap from a bullet and the range was littered with them. This last gripe is not really a gripe as much as a notice to anyone purchasing this kit. Make sure you tighten the screws as much as you can without getting them completely stuck there. All things consitered, though, I am happy with my little ruger's facelift."
– Jester
4.0 5
"I love the looks of the gun now. It does look sweet. But, you can tell it's cheap. The stock is thin cheap metal,the grip on the barrel is not tight, its held on by a big e clip. The sights are cheap and would be hard to get it accurate. The stock ruger is way more accurate. Also, where the mag goes in, the metal on the sides, which used to be wood, squeezes the clip on both sides. very tight fit. the suppresor is cheap too, you can just tell when you start getting parts out of the box. It reminds you of a kids toy. Now knowing what its like, i would have bought a different conversion kit even if they dont look as cool. When it comes to guns, id much rather have quality over looks. the most i would pay for this kit now knowing what i know is 100 bucks. no more, no way. for 350, put that towards a new gun, not this."
– WASR-10
4.0 5
"The kit looks awsome, thats for sure. Not worth the money though. The stock 10/22 shoots better and is more accurate. My friends want to shoot it more than me. Its cool, like I said, its just cheap feeling, and looking when you really check it out. Bottom line is, if I could take it back I would have got a kit at half the price or even less, and bought another 10/22 since you loose having an accurate rifle for hunting and still been able to buy 500 rounds..............just my opinion."
– Nate
4.0 5
"Just put this little guy together and am very pleased at how it turned out. Read a few reviews elsewhere and some were not so great unfortunatly. I am writing this one and giving it a four rating with only the price keeping it from a five. The fit and finsh to me is excellent. The little rifle is well balanced, tight, and of good quality. I also have a GSG-5 and to tell ya the truth , I like my little Krinker more, and for about the same price when you factor in the cost of having the the base 10-22 on hand. I out a forward pistol grip on it and a cheap red dot optic on top and this thing is a blast to shoot. God Bless America and the Americans who go to work everyday manufacturing these fine products."
– Rich
5.0 5
"Had a 10/22 laying around and figured id give this baby a try. Wow, really fits perfectly on a 12 plus year old Ruger and assembly is a breeze! Fits in very nicely with the Ak's too! Recommend to anyone who isn't cheap!"
– Gina
3.0 5
"I must say i was very nervous paying the high price without handling it first. I am very happy with the looks, it truly does shove a fist full of steroids down your Ruger's throat!!! It's a little pricy, but its worth it for the looks. I haven't compared the accuracy yet...but who cares! i got other guns for that. lol~Happy Plinkin"
– SGT BOUDREAU
4.0 5
"I was skeptical after reading some of the reviews but I decided to purchase this anyway. I was amazed at the ease of this modification. No problems and good workmanship of the parts. Took me less that 1 hour. Very COOL!"
– Kayrate
5.0 5
"I purchased this last week and it came in Friday.. I read the directions and had this kit installed in under 30 minutes. This kit is very well made and functions flawlessly. The only parts of a Ruger 10/22 you need to complete this kit is the reciever and trigger group so I would buy a used 10/22 from a pawn shop to make this a cheap gun to assemble otherwise you have to buy a new gun like I did and spend an overall $500 to complete this kit. That being said I LOVE THIS gun. I bought it because of ammo prices skyrocketing and shooting .223 and 7.62X39 is eating away at my wallet and 2100 rounds for $80 for this gun is cost effective. If plinking in style is what you are looking for then BUY this now!"
– USAF TIM
5.0 5
"This is a great mod for Ruger 10/22s. I bought mine over a year ago , if there are any faults with this, it is that the folding stock tends to stick. It is a minor design flaw but it isn\uFFFDt any thing that cannot be resolved without the correct application of a dremel tool. Overall I give it five stars for how strong it is, how amazingly it doesn\uFFFDt effect the guns shooting capability and 7 stars for looking bad a**!"
– agent 95
5.0 5
"This is by far the best mod that I have gotten for my collection. After reading some of the reviews (and convencing the wife) I bought it and can not be happier. If you are on the fense about this product then jump on over and get it."
– Sapper
4.0 5
"Just got my Krinker in today. It took about thirty minutes from opening the box to shooting. My donor rifle worked really good before the install and after. Fit and finish are excellent. One drop of oil at the folder switch freed up the folder which is built to pretty tight tolerances. It is a little bit on the expensive side, but I went for it because it is built in the United States, which more of us should be doing anyway."
– NWHILLBILLY