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Old January 22nd, 2012, 06:57 AM   #1
 
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Folding Stock Options for Compact Ruger 10/22

First time 10/22 owner and poster here. I bought the compact b/c I'm not the largest dude and my wife is pretty small in stature so i figured it would be easier for her to shoot as well. The only mod I'm looking to make in the near future is the addition of a butler creek folding stock.

Will I have any issues adding the butler creek stock with the compact's barrel length?

thanks in advance for any replies...



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Old January 22nd, 2012, 09:22 AM   #2
 
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Nope no problems...this is a 16.5 sporter barrel...the barrel channel had do be sanded out a bit, but a factory Ruger barrel should drop right in
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No problems here either and I love it with an Aimpoint Red Dot. Great combination.
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ok, thanks much for the replies, i put about 100rds through the 10/22 today and really can't wait to get back to the range w/ it.

now i need to decide what to buy first, a scope or the folding stock...
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All of my scopes cost more than that particular stock, so if money is tight, do what you can afford
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 05:50 PM   #6
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ok, thanks much for the replies, i put about 100rds through the 10/22 today and really can't wait to get back to the range w/ it.

now i need to decide what to buy first, a scope or the folding stock...
Its an addiction. First you start off with .22's then .223's and before long you're shooting a 300 Win Mag.
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Its an addiction. First you start off with .22's then .223's and before long you're shooting a 300 Win Mag.
Belt fed to boot!
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Full auto 300 Win Mag! My shoulder hurts just thinking about it.
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Its an addiction. First you start off with .22's then .223's and before long you're shooting a 300 Win Mag.
I may eventually go the AR/mini 14 route, but now most of my firearm purchases are based on where I can actually shoot them. I have an indoor range about 5 mins away from my house that I frequent most weekends, so it's 9mm, .22 or 12ga for me so far. The closest outdoor range charges a $500 membership fee, and the closest public outdoor range is 2hrs away.

Not complaining though, the .22 is a blast to shoot indoors @ 25yds, and it's very addicting because of ammo prices. I'm actually considering trading one of my pistols in for the new ruger .22 pistol. It most def is an addiction...
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what color is that stock? is it duracoat?
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