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Old December 30th, 2012, 03:01 AM   #1
 
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ATI stock vs. Ruger edition ATI stock

I ordered and received this all black ATI stock which I am going to fill with an existing 10/22 barrel receiver, trigger assembly I have on hand.
This stock is directly from ATI and not a Ruger stamped telescoping folding stock. Cheek pad assembly was straight forward. I will post pics when I finish the build.



This 10/22 is the Ruger stamped edition which the only difference is that it has the Ruger emblem stamped on the end of the telescoping folding stock designation of a Ruger Edition model by ATI. The pistol grip is a bit nicer with a comfort padded black piece added.




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Hey Patriot,
I am just starting to get into rifles and I think that you just led me into what I would like to duplicate. Not sure where to start. Do I start by buying a complete 10/22 in black and go from there? I am a tradesman so I am not concerned about getting it put together, I just don't really want to have a bunch of extra parts at the end.
Would you mind passing along some advice?

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Hey Patriot,
I am just starting to get into rifles and I think that you just led me into what I would like to duplicate. Not sure where to start. Do I start by buying a complete 10/22 in black and go from there? I am a tradesman so I am not concerned about getting it put together, I just don't really want to have a bunch of extra parts at the end.
Would you mind passing along some advice?

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If your talking about duplicating the 1-Black and 1-Grey ATI /10/22 rifle, The Black and Grey 10/22 in the photos can be done 2 ways:
1)Buy a 10/22 and add the Black/Grey ATI badged stock.
2)Or purchase it from Ruger in Black or Grey with a rebadged ATI stock.

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Hey Patriot,
I am just starting to get into rifles and I think that you just led me into what I would like to duplicate. Not sure where to start. Do I start by buying a complete 10/22 in black and go from there? I am a tradesman so I am not concerned about getting it put together, I just don't really want to have a bunch of extra parts at the end.
Would you mind passing along some advice?

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If you buy a standard 10/22 wood stock with black receiver and barrel you can easily transfer it over to the ATI stock (black) like I ordered above. The gray and black ATI stock to my knowledge is sold only by Ruger and has the Ruger stamp on the stock as mentioned by R1022man. The grey and black Ruger ATI stock has just a little nicer grip (scorpion recoil grip upgrade). than the ATI factory direct stock. When I ordered the ATI factory direct stock it was only available in black. Ruger may have wanted to distinguish their model with two tone gray and black. I did just win a bid on GB for another Gray and Black Ruger stamped ATI stocked rifle. I pick it up Jan 3.
Let me know if this helps, there are a one or two decent youtube clips on the ATI stock with regard to moving it from the original wood stock to the ATI. I like the ATI stock and the way it folds. Well made in my humble opinion.

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Dear Pat,
I will go at it as soon as I can hide another gun from my wife lolol. Can't wait to see yours complete. Thanks so much for the info.
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sorry double post.

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Its about as straight forward as it gets-One ATI stock and one base model 10/22-


Switch loosen the barrel band on the upper stock, remove screw that holds receiver in the standard wood stock 10/22. And place the receiver into the new ATI stock, no cutting or filing of the ATI stock. The barrel receiver assembly slides right into the stock nicely. Even out the safety when you do this. It works out just right. Then you insert the screw and snug it down carefully threading it properly as to not strip it. Place the top of the front stock on and secure it with the six hex head screws provided. You are done and now have this-

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I have the black and grey one that I got off gunbroker about a month ago for $305. now they have gone thru the roof....all 10/22's have gone through the roof for that matter. One just like mine just went for over $700. I guess a lot of this stuff is going to be banned soon with the assault rifle stuff.
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Looks great Patriot. I just picked up both a stock 10/22 and the ATI stock like you have and plan to do the same thing. $229 for the rifle and $99 for the stock is a heck of a lot cheaper than what the tactical ones are selling for now. Now I just need to get the barrel threaded and get a flash suppressor for it.
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I have the black and grey one that I got off gunbroker about a month ago for $305. now they have gone thru the roof....all 10/22's have gone through the roof for that matter. One just like mine just went for over $700. I guess a lot of this stuff is going to be banned soon with the assault rifle stuff.
I have one black and gray Ruger now. And will pick up another thursday that I bid and won off GB. I would not jump to conclusions on a gun ban yet...most bills that are introduced don't make it very far. That being said, we will just have to wait and see. In the mean time join the NRA if you want your voice heard. Letters are fine to congressman, however I believe money is well spent on joining the NRA one of the strongest lobbies in this country. Just my 02 cents for what its worth....

p.s. hang onto that Ruger with the Ruger stamped ATI stock.

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Looks great Patriot. I just picked up both a stock 10/22 and the ATI stock like you have and plan to do the same thing. $229 for the rifle and $99 for the stock is a heck of a lot cheaper than what the tactical ones are selling for now. Now I just need to get the barrel threaded and get a flash suppressor for it.
Thanks Bowhunter.....just remember you may want to just add a scope and keep iron sights as a back up. Just a thought.
If your scope has an issue, you still have sights. Post pics when you can.
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Patriot I sent you a PM about the ATI stock. I have been thinking about getting one for my Stainless 10/22. The first build you shownis very nice what type of scope is that. Also the 2nd one you show is basically how I want to do mine. On the adjustable cheek piece on these ATI stocks how well do they work when using a scope? Thx!!
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Anybody know what size bipod fits best under a 10/22 with the ATI stocks? By size I mean height.
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Anybody know what size bipod fits best under a 10/22 with the ATI stocks? By size I mean height.
This might help you-

Universal Featherweight Bipod - Advanced Technology International
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