A small update on my latest Ruger 10/22 project. I have decided and acquired my selected stock – a Choate pistol grip polymer stock.
I chose the Choate for a few reasons. I am familiar with it as I have a very similar stock on my M1 Carbine. It is extremely lightweight and very durable. The ergonomics are good. The one-piece design lends itself to fewer failures compared to some of the more complex folding types.
There are a few other accessories which I plan to get to complete this project. I think once I am done this will make a great tactical trainer.
For more information on the stock – visit http://riflestock.com.
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