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blacklisted
12-28-2005, 7:43 PM
This is just what I have been waiting for. Looks more ergonomic than the RB precision one!

http://www.rhinelandarms.com/ (click on stocks)

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/ebolamonkey/stock1a.jpg

And to top it all off, it only costs $75 (not including pistol grip and buttstock).

Price for the chassis without AR15 stock or scope rails is $75

SKS and 597 stocks coming soon

Features

1. Chassis maintains true free float barrels (option of bedding the front)
2. Chassis will work with any bull barrel or factory barrel
3. Wide fore-end for stable bench rest shooting
4. Threaded holes on the sides and bottom of fore-end for scope rail or other attachments
5. Any AR15 carbine stock will fit (A2 stocks not recommended)
6. Any AR15 flat top pistol grip will work (most models)
7. Machined from solid billet aluminum
8. Attachments for other stocks coming soon

RB Precision model:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/ebolamonkey/6e0b8e30.jpg

esskay
12-28-2005, 9:01 PM
Cool, thanks for the heads up. One difference is it's not clear whether the Rhineland arms version will allow for scout mounts (there's no rail above the barrel) like the RB Precision one.

Charliegone
12-28-2005, 9:03 PM
Wow, I really like that one! Hmm but first I need a 10/22.:D

usp45
12-28-2005, 9:53 PM
'Tis a beautiful stock. I can't wait for the sks stock.;)

colossians323
12-29-2005, 4:34 AM
Cool, thanks for the heads up. One difference is it's not clear whether the Rhineland arms version will allow for scout mounts (there's no rail above the barrel) like the RB Precision one.

You are supposed to mount it on the side rail, and shoot it gangsta style.

joel1316
12-29-2005, 5:45 AM
Is the 10/22 Magnum use the same stock as a 22lr?

morepoop4u
12-29-2005, 5:05 PM
would a mp5 style collapsable stock work on the r22?

losangeles
12-29-2005, 8:29 PM
Very nice! Thanks for that link!

quick kill
05-23-2009, 6:15 PM
This is just what I have been waiting for. Looks more ergonomic than the RB precision one!

http://www.rhinelandarms.com/ (click on stocks)

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/ebolamonkey/stock1a.jpg

And to top it all off, it only costs $75 (not including pistol grip and buttstock).



RB Precision model:
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/ebolamonkey/6e0b8e30.jpg

I have looked all over the web site you provided for your stock. Still cant find it. Could you give me a better location on a place to purchase this stock?

Jpach
05-23-2009, 6:35 PM
Wow, Much more pleasing to the eye

Pred@tor
05-23-2009, 10:02 PM
http://www.rbprecision.com/id72.htm try there


http://www.nordic-components.com/art/ar22-rifle.jpg
nordic
http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-1371-IMG1_L.jpeg
black hawks


Hell even promag has one too (http://www.promagindustries.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=AA556RD)

walter
05-23-2009, 10:10 PM
man when i had my 10/22 i looked everywhere for this stock. last i found out they dont make them anymore

Artery
05-24-2009, 2:24 AM
I think you mean here

http://troupsystems.com/newstock/stocksmain.htm

Artery
05-24-2009, 2:33 AM
It also says "coming december 2005" as the title of the page...not too encouraging

tonelar
05-24-2009, 3:17 AM
would the SKS have to be 922r compliant to have a pistol grip attached though ?

LB21
05-24-2009, 7:34 AM
You guys are funny, rhineland got out of production a long time ago. The only way you'll find their stock is used.

On the brighter side, other manufacturers have stepped up to the plate and produced their own stocks (like the Nordic one). So there are more options out there. Back in the day, Rhineland was the only game in town.

From what I remember Rhineland also had a lot of issues that weren't worked out properly up until the day they quit production.

X-NewYawker
05-24-2009, 7:41 AM
Looks cool (not as cool as the Thompson kit)
Shouldn't this be in rimfire rifles? I gotta tell yo, since you guys split the rifles section up I almost BNEVER check there -- I have not even posted some rifles I got because they are .22s... I wish you would make it one category again...

Stringer
05-24-2009, 10:22 AM
It's too bad the Rhineland isn't around anymore. I looked for a used one for a while with no luck.

For the tacticool 10/22, I think the coolest looking kit is the Nordic.

However, for folks who like the Evolution, the best price I saw on it is on DPMS website (http://www.dpmsinc.com/store/products/?prod=5367&cat=1913) surprisingly.

Army
05-24-2009, 5:21 PM
I just bought a Nordic, but haven't yet mounted it up.

Quality looks top notch; no machine marks, parts fit snug together, anodize is even throughout.

I bought this for a little 12 yr old girl that has been on a meteoric rise in Take 5 competition, after earning her way in ICORE. I modified her 10-22 into a very nice piece of scarred up firewood, so that it would better fit her 11" pull.

I promised to get her a stock that will fit, and the Nordic just jumped out of the Brownells catalog. Nice 6 position stock, and a Hogue floating carbine handguard, held on with a spare Ergo grip I scrounged that should fit her little hand. I'm looking at carbon barrels too, to take just that much more weight off.

Plop on an Aimpoint, and she'll be unstoppable :D