HIGH TOWER ARMORY RUGER 10/22 STOCK BULLPUP
Ruger 10/22 rifles with a 18" barrel.
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Frais de port offerts à partir de 600€
- High Tower Armory 90/22 is a compact, maneuverable stock kit for the Ruger 10/22 which utilizes a bullpup design for superior balance and ergonomics. This incredibly durable, polymer stock will reduce the overall length of most 10/22’s to about 26 1/2 inches, just over the federally required minimum length for rifles. The HTA 90/22 also features a CNC machined monolithic aluminum Picatinny optics rail and aluminum bedding block, as well as an ambidextrous steel charging handle which cycles the factory 10/22 bolt from forward positions. The HTA 90/22 trigger linkage is made of Melonite treated steel for the most consistent and efficient transfer of energy, having a resistance to flex three times greater than aluminum by weight. A safety extension is included to allow the original factory safety to be activated, in addition to a safety selector located near the trigger. Also included is both an extended magazine and automatic bolt release which replace the factory releases and allow for much faster manipulation of your rifle's controls. This kit comes complete with a removable dummy suppressor, two side mounted Picatinny rails, and a detachable ammunition storage box for holding spare rounds in the field. Accepts factory 10 round magazines as well as most aftermarket high capacity magazines. Fits factory 18 1/2" and .920" bull barrels at least 18 inches in length (17 1/4 inches from receiver face to muzzle). Made in the USA. New models of the 90/22 can be used by left handed shooters, as the kit now includes a detachable shell deflector. PLEASE CHECK THAT YOUR RUGER 10/22 BARREL IS AT LEAST 18” IN LENGTH. MOST 10/22 barrels are long enough to produce a legal length rifle in the 90/22 stock system. However, some 10/22 variants and aftermarket barrels are shorter than 18". Federal law requires rifles to have a minimum overall length of 26”. The HTA 90/22 requires a minimum barrel length of 18" to achieve the 26" overall length. You can check your barrel length by removing the barrel from the 10/22 receiver and measuring it from muzzle to breech.