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Old 04-29-2013, 7:26 AM
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Default Ruger 10/22 Hogue overmold stock question

I'm a bit thrown off by this marketing term. Is the Hogue Overmolded stock a brand new complete stock? OR, does it fit "over" your existing stock...

I think it's a complete stock but just making sure before I purchase this...

Got a great deal on a Ruger 10/22 @ City Arms this weekend... woohoo!
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Nevermind, Now that I look at it, that's a dumb question....its probably a complete stock.
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Yes it's a complete stock. They have one for .920
Bbl and standard bbl so make sure you order the right one.
They also
Make one for 10/22 magnum.
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It's complete stock.
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You have to remove the current stock by unscrewing the bolt under the rifle. That's pretty much it, then just pull your action out from the top.

Make sure you have the safety on mid point, so it won't snag when your putting the action in and out of the new stock.

By the way, you will probably get more info on the "rimfire section"

Good luck. And you'll need a .920 barrel for that stock..
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You have to remove the current stock by unscrewing the bolt under the rifle. That's pretty much it, then just pull your action out from the top.

Make sure you have the safety on mid point, so it won't snag when your putting the action in and out of the new stock.

By the way, you will probably get more info on the "rimfire section"

Good luck. And you'll need a .920 barrel for that stock..
What he said. If I'm not mistaken there are 2 versions of the stock. One for .920 heavy barrels and one for the standard barrel.
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There are also two model versions of it... a rubber overmold and a nylon overmold.

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It's called an overmold because there are two materials in the stock, and during fabrication, one is molded over the other. There's a hard plastic interior structure and a rubbery plastic/rubber gripping surface.

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What he said. If I'm not mistaken there are 2 versions of the stock. One for .920 heavy barrels and one for the standard barrel.
Yup. Factory profile and .920 cylindrical profile.
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I have one for my 10/22. Love it. Mine is sporter barrel size. Very nice feel and solid too.
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I have one for my 10/22. Love it. Mine is sporter barrel size. Very nice feel and solid too.
My friend has the .920" version and his was VERY floppy and the fit to the receiver was loose as well. Not a solid feel to it at all. He eventually stiffened it up with brass shims and lots of JB Weld for filler.

We were all underwhelmed with the stock and he wishes he had spent the money on a Boyds. The rubberized exterior also attracts the brass flakes from Remy Golden Bullets like a magnet and his 10/22 now glitters like a hoochie-momma heading to the club.
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My friend has the .920" version and his was VERY floppy and the fit to the receiver was loose as well. Not a solid feel to it at all. He eventually stiffened it up with brass shims and lots of JB Weld for filler.

We were all underwhelmed with the stock and he wishes he had spent the money on a Boyds. The rubberized exterior also attracts the brass flakes from Remy Golden Bullets like a magnet and his 10/22 now glitters like a hoochie-momma heading to the club.
I had the rubber overmold stock and also wasn't a huge fan of it. Dirt and particles would get stuck on it, making it feel dirty like a Las Vegas hooker offering free rusty trombones.
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Consider the Nylon stock.

I've never held mind side to side with a rubber overmolded, but I have no complaints with the stiffness of the stock, it's very solid and at a good price.
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My 10/22 with Hogue stock (conventional barrel)

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