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This is a discussion on Finally Bought a Charger within the Ruger Charger forums, part of the Ruger 10/22 Rimfire category; Originally Posted by pasound rws - it is 18 7/8" from the rear sling swivel (which I added) to the end of the flash suppressor. ...


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Old June 22nd, 2019, 03:27 AM   #31
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rws - it is 18 7/8" from the rear sling swivel (which I added) to the end of the flash suppressor. About the same as a stock model with the same suppressor. As for the vertical grip, my left rotator cup is permanently torn - I can't comfortably hold the bottom of any stock, and the Magpul grip just isn't comfortable, either. Asked a buddy on our Capitol Security about that straight grip (he has ATF connections), and he said it's not a problem, the gun is still a semi-auto pistol, not a full auto, nor any modifications such as a crank or slide fire stock.
vertical grip on a pistol is a problem unless registered

Google search "verticle grip on a pistol" and find out for youself.

ATF ruling...the 6th paragraph in particular



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Old June 22nd, 2019, 01:42 PM   #32
 
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rws - thanks for the info. Over several years, and buying accessories at my LGS and chain stores, even mentioning what they could be used on, no one ever mentioned this situation.
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