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Old 02-02-2011, 11:24 PM
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Default 10/22 Marauder stock kit.

I ran across this looking at 10/22s. I always wanted a G36. Without spending 5k. Might have to check this out.

Need to find a cheap 10/22 tactical

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Old 02-03-2011, 4:01 AM
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You can also do the "ghetto" airsoft style for $180 cheaper
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Old 02-03-2011, 11:17 AM
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Thumbs down Hard to understand...

...just how a stock that costs about as much as the rifle can turn it into a "tactical platform".

You can do a TON of mods for $200 that will actually make the 10/22 and you better shooters.

This would not be one of them.

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here's a Shot Show video of it. Not sure which 10/22 barrel they are using with the kit:

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The barrel is a 16" from a youth model 10/22, the rep said when I talked to him.
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Old 02-08-2011, 12:11 PM
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Looks very cool! G36 look with the reliability of a ruger 10/22.
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The barrel is a 16" from a youth model 10/22, the rep said when I talked to him.
Does the youth model matter? Wouldn't the stock make it a shorter LOP, not the barrel/receiver? Or is it a smaller, lighter barrel.


I guess archangel got punked outta the AR15 platform after nordic/ 11tybillion dedicated uppers...
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I am probably going to get my first 10/22 soon and get this kit. Assuming its quality is good.
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the quality of it wasnt bad when i handled the kit whats a trip too is they have a M1a JAE conversion as well
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I'm gonna buy one.
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Old 02-12-2011, 11:45 PM
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Does the youth model matter? Wouldn't the stock make it a shorter LOP, not the barrel/receiver? Or is it a smaller, lighter barrel.


I guess archangel got punked outta the AR15 platform after nordic/ 11tybillion dedicated uppers...
Youth model Ruger 10/22's just have a 16" barrel, no barrel band and a smaller built LOP stock. Most 10/22 guys like to scoop them up just for the 16" barrel. I bought one once from a pawn shop here in Vegas and used it on my 10/22 build.

Here is my youth model barrel on my baby SOCOM II/22


And later on my Archangel556.




The bad news is that the G36 kit comes with a folding stock. Isnt that a no no in California?
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The bad news is that the G36 kit comes with a folding stock. Isnt that a no no in California?
OK for rimfire as long as the overall length stays over 26" folded.
Maybe have to use an 18" barrel to keep this one legal?
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Youth model Ruger 10/22's just have a 16" barrel, no barrel band and a smaller built LOP stock. Most 10/22 guys like to scoop them up just for the 16" barrel. I bought one once from a pawn shop here in Vegas and used it on my 10/22 build.

Here is my youth model barrel on my baby SOCOM II/22


And later on my Archangel556.




The bad news is that the G36 kit comes with a folding stock. Isnt that a no no in California?


Im not usally into tactikool 10/22's but theses are beautifull!!!
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The flash hider that is included with the kit has a blind hole that allows permanent installation of the flash hider onto the barrel. A grinding or machining tool of some kind will be necessary to remove it. This effectively makes the folded length over 26" with the youth barrel. If you're going to install the flash hider on a standard length barrel where folded length is not a problem, you can drill through the blind hole before installation so it can then be removed with a punch.

Disclaimer: It is up to the end user/builder/owner to determine legality of their build from state to state.


There are some videos of the new stocks from Archangel posted at:

www.youtube.com/archangeldevelopment
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Youth model Ruger 10/22's just have a 16" barrel, no barrel band and a smaller built LOP stock. Most 10/22 guys like to scoop them up just for the 16" barrel. I bought one once from a pawn shop here in Vegas and used it on my 10/22 build.

Here is my youth model barrel on my baby SOCOM II/22


And later on my Archangel556.




The bad news is that the G36 kit comes with a folding stock. Isnt that a no no in California?
i like the baby socom one better
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[QUOTE=Average Joe American;5806019]Youth model Ruger 10/22's just have a 16" barrel, no barrel band and a smaller built LOP stock.

Here is my youth model barrel on my baby SOCOM II/22


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what kind of stock is that?? is that a wood stock paint in black ?
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Are you saying the youth models are worth more? Or just the barrel?
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What is needed to make that sweet mini socom 22
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What is needed to make that sweet mini socom 22
+1! What kind of rail is that?
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Looks like it's going for $200.
http://www.promagindustries.com/Prod...ctCode=AAM1022
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Anyone know if they started to ship this out yet?
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They should? It's on their website ready for purchase.
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is it 30" over all with the stock folded? Or does that even matter in a 22?
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is it 30" over all with the stock folded? Or does that even matter in a 22?
not an issue.
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Old 09-24-2011, 8:18 AM
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and then there is this for $99 + some others:

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/Replac...10-22-s/39.htm

Not the same style but they make beautiful stocks.
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Looking at Average Joe American's SOCOM II/22, not sure what the stock is, but most of the parts can be found on ebay/amazon/midway/ect. I like what he did and gonna have to use that idea. Gonna do a few things diffrent, and using a wood stock that will get painted black, but thanks for a great idea.
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