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ProMag Archangel Nomad Ruger 10/22 Folding Stock Conversion Kit Black AAM1022

 
ProMag
AAM1022
708279010200
2-PMAAM1022
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Easily installed on your Ruger 10/22, the Archangel Nomad folding stock features a drop in fit that requires no gunsmithing. Proprietary carbon fiber reinforced polymer construction will ensure a lifetime of hard use.

Specifications & Features:
Ultra light stock weighs only 3 lbs.
Folding buttstock with recoil pad folds from 36-3/4" to 28-3/8" overall length with standard 18 barrel.
Aluminum reinforced full length picatinny top rail
Includes sights Adjustable for windage and elevation
Hand guard accessory rail
Extended magazine release
Extended and enhanced bolt release
Aluminum hand stop with integrated sling mount
Aluminum flash hider (fits all standard barrels)
Dummy suppressor (fits 18 standard barrels)
2 storage compartments
One 25 round magazine 

Item#: 2-PMAAM1022
Total number of Reviews: 14

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5.0 5
"This is an amazing stock! Fits snug and secure, doesn't rattle whats-so-ever, and has great iron sights. Assemble and dissasemble are kind of time comsuming for cleaning, but other than that it's all good!"
5.0 5
"I always wanted a cool stock for my 10/22 but never liked any good enough to buy, till I saw this and was blown away. I was even more impressed when I got it, Very strong and heavy made stock and looks bad ass. WELL WORTH IT ."
4.0 5
"This is an excellent stock for the Ruger 10/22 rifle. Its body is strong and durable, and lets the 10/22 sit snug, with no rattles. You can fire it with the stock folded, too. The magazines took a while to get broken in, but now they lock in just fine (the instructions say that the magazines will be hard to lock into place at first, but will be easier as they are broken in). I've had almost no feeding issues with these magazines either. The actual installation is surprisingly easy too. The kit includes parts for an extended mag release, paddle, and a drop back bolt catch. When you pull back on the bolt handle, the lock disengages without having to fiddle with it. The one big draw back to this kit is breaking it down for cleaning, because you have to disassemble most of the kit to get to the actual gun. But, that aside, it's a wonderful kit that gets some awesome looks when I'm at the range. I would also recommend using the compact 10/22, as it looks the best with kit installed. Also, I hear this kit will not work with a bull barrel, but I don't use one, so I can't say. The sights are adjustable, too, so go out there and get one of these bad boys!"
1.0 5
"I ordered this stock after a month of research and am not satisfied at all, there are a number of reasons.1. The stock has WAY to many parts and takes a while to take down and put back together.2. The stock is not well built (this might be a factory defect) I had to use my Dremel tool and sand the crap out of it, just to get my 10/22 receiver to fit into the stock.3. The Magazine is a Piece Of Crap!! It won't lock into the gun at all, the Butler Creek ones work just fine. 4. My scope rings don't work on the upper rail and the iron sights are absolutely terrible. I should have bought another Boyd's stock instead.All that being said, I may have just received a bad stock from the factory, however, When paying almost $200, you think you will get something better than what I received."
1.0 5
"Where to begin? This IS a toy, and not a well-made toy, at that. Didn't fit, no tools (Allen wrenches) included, no standardization on the screws (at least three different sizes required), and the magazine falls out with gravity alone. Oh, but there's a lovely little fake select fire indicator to make up for all that. Want to clean your gun after you shoot it? You get to disassemble and reassemble this ill-fitting masterpiece again. What a joy. I should've spent the money on something more productive, like poison ivy seeds or something. Sheesh."
5.0 5
"I bought the archangel and it looks like the coolist 22 I have ever seen.The conversion was easy and everything works great.The only problem I have had is the clip double feed after the first shot.Tried winchester and cci mini mags with the same prob...any solutions??????????"
3.0 5
"Says it\uFFFDs a drop in fit... That's a joke, had to grind a lot of the plastic to make it fit.... You need least three different Allens to take the stock apart... They don't give you any.... Mag is super stiff and sometimes it just falls out... To clean the weapon you have to take the stock all the way apart, which is very time consuming..."
5.0 5
"This stock is amazing. It looks great. The pictures really don't do it justice. I'm not sure what the issue is with other people's stocks, but mine fit just fine. Yeah, it was tight, but I always seem to think the tighter the better. I had no problems with the magazines; two mags cycled with no jams or issues with the mags locking. Yeah, tearing it down to clean is a little time consuming, but it's a small price to pay for this bad-a looking gun. Plus the price makes it all well worth it.It's not a Ruger 10/22 anymore. It's a Ruger G36!"
4.0 5
"I purchased the Archangel and the system looks great. The problem I'm having is the mag has never fed properly, right out of the box. Charge the first round and it tries to feed two at a time. What's left to do?????"
4.0 5
"Looks great. I installed this kit and used a different muzzle brake than the one given. Looks good, little heavy though. Mags also need to be broken in. It says drop in, but it was a very tight fit and took a little bit of persuading, but I didn't have to modify it in any way. For the money and the looks, it's a great buy."
3.0 5
"Was missing the flash hider pin. A lot of sanding to make it fit ok. Still has some open gaps. They made the inside too small, a dremal would help make it fit properly. If you like to clean your guns thoroughly after use, this isn't the stock to buy. It's hard to take apart once installed. You'll wear out the plastic threads if you take the gun apart a lot. The sights are also plastic, except for the aperature."
4.0 5
"Just got mine today. Took me about 20 min to put on. I like that it fits tight, but the fake suppressor and flash hider that come with it are plastic, so time will tell how long they'll last. It's made by ProMag, so I had to show it I meant business. The mag didn't want to lock in right away, but if you hit it like a man, you'll be alright. All that aside, it looks super."
4.0 5
"This kit was worth the small price tag. It has its cons, but overall, I am happy with it. The pros should be obvious. This kit makes your rifle look MEAN. Most of the stock features are actually useful and practical and not just for looks. The design of the stock is very thoughtful and I could not imagine a better, tighter fit. Most of the cons for me are a matter of opinion. One of the things I noticed immediately was the weight. It makes the rifle heavy. Think ahead and get a sling before ordering this. I give the magazine 2 out of 5. I think most will need to modify it to get it to work, and it was a major disappointment that it was not steel lip. I will definitely be looking forward to the steel lip aa922. Even though I don't like the mag, it still functions better in my rifle than the Butler Creek versions (they are too loose). The sheath keeps the mag from moving, and jams are minimal. If you want a tac'ed out .22, this is the perfect kit."
1.0 5
"Bought this stock and it went together pretty easily. You have to add an extended mag release and bolt catch (the bolt catch is right in front of the trigger guard and is a pain if you have man hands). Took it out the first time and it wouldn't cycle more that two rounds. Was catching on the stock. Took the Dremel to it and thought I'd fixed it. Turns out the mags won't seat right with the extra cover on them, so you might as well use your regular mags. I didn't expect much from ProMag since everything I've ever bought made by them has been crap. But on a positive note, it looks really cool, so it's got that going for it."