View Full Version : SOLD WTS Archangel Marauder 10/22 Kit $125, Sacramento Area

Mossy Man
04-10-2012, 6:03 PM
I am selling a near-new Archangel Marauder/Nomad kit for the Ruger 10/22. I purchased this initially to try to dress up my 10/22, but have since returned to a refinished factory stock.

The dress up kit really does look cool. Here is an example of one:


Here is a link to the product page:
http://www.promagindustries.com/product-p/aam1022-01.htm retail $200 (although online I've seen as low as $140 + shipping/tax. Still comes out to about $160+)

The one I have comes with a 10-round magazine with the magazine sleeve. It looks exactly like the photo above.

For some reason, the model I have did not come with the sling mount. I either lost it or it did not come with it. I'm sure you can contact Promag and get a replacement. The front handguard has multiple sling points anyway, so you still have a way to connect a sling. I ended up attaching a Magpul AFG to it anyway so there was no room for one. (AFG not included)

I have function tested this kit with my 1-year old Ruger 10/22 standard, and have had very little issue with it. Initially, the magazine was giving me stovepipes, but after half a brick of CCI Blazer, it cleaned up. I have read and experienced that it prefers round-nose ammo (was using CCI Blazer).

It has all the original packaging, instruction manuals, and both the fake suppressor and the faux flash suppressor.

If you have the 16" CARBINE version of the 10/22, you will need to use the fake flash suppressor, as while folder it will just barely be over 26". If you have the standard 18" barrel, you can use either and still be over 26" needed for rimfire rifles.

I originally paid way too much for this (almost $200), but seeing as it is obtainable for around $140 + shipping/tax, I will only be asking $125. If you want, I will also throw in a Tasco red dot that I used on this which worked out pretty well for it being a .22LR. It's probably worth maybe $20 now but they can be found at wal-mart for around $32.

I am asking for $125,


I am also selling a black Hogue Overmold stock for the Ruger Mini-14. It has been on my rifle for about a year. I ended up liking the factory wood and synthetic stocks better for aesthetic reasons. I do believe the hogue is more comfortable and may give better accuracy results, but i may be wrong. Here is a stock photo of a Hogue overmold stock:


I am willing to part with this stock for $40. I originally paid $80 delivered for it last year.

Face-to-face transaction only, please. I live in the Sacramento area and am willing to drive out to meet you as long as its reasonable.

Mossy Man
04-11-2012, 4:11 PM
up up and away

04-11-2012, 5:26 PM
Hey, I'm the tech at promag. The nomad/marauder never came with conventional sling mounts. There should be attachment points for a quick detatch...? If not call us and we'll fix it :)

Mossy Man
04-12-2012, 8:41 PM
Hey, I'm the tech at promag. The nomad/marauder never came with conventional sling mounts. There should be attachment points for a quick detatch...? If not call us and we'll fix it :)

hello, the package says it comes with handstop/sling mount on the front, and the picture shows it here:


the thing circled. mine didn't come with that

04-13-2012, 1:01 AM
how was the fit? any rattles?

Mossy Man
04-13-2012, 2:11 PM
If it very well. There were no rattles and it locked up perfect. The folder was exceptionally sturdy. The folding stock had no wiggle at all and it was very solid.

04-13-2012, 5:35 PM
Does this fit standard magazines?

04-15-2012, 7:06 PM
Marauder stock still up for sale?