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M1 Carbine Replica Ruger 10/22 Stock and Tribute

M1 Carbine Replica 10/22 Stock
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  • M1 Carbine 10/22 Conversion
  • M1 Carbine
  • 10/22 M1 Carbine Handguard Sight Notch
  • Improved Front Swivel
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Sale Price: $109.00
Compared at: $129.00
You Save: $20.00
Product ID : 133-1022
Manufacturer: E. Arthur Brown Company
Shipping Weight: 2.65 lbs
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Description

M1 Carbine Style Ruger 10/22 Stock
  Our M1 Carbine Replica Ruger 10/22 Stock includes the buttstock and handguard plus the barrel band with front sling swivel (M1 Carbine Sling and Oiler must be ordered separately below) and an approximate 13 1/4" Length of Pull (LOP). Made from solid beech wood. This is a drop-in fit gun stock for your Ruger 10/22 tapered barrel (will not work with .920 Bull barrels)... No gun smithing skills required. Use this stock with your standard factory Ruger 10/22 sights or, order military style sights (below).
  New Improved Front Sling Swivel - Current product stocks have the front sling swivel integral with the barrel band. This gives better strength when shooting with the sling under tension.
  For more details and pictures, see our M1 Carbine 10/22 Tribute Page!

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Reviewed by retsfdemo
retsfdemo bought "M1 Carbine Replica Ruger 10/22 Stock and Tribute" on our website
07/15/2013 - 06:54:15 PM
Great but 1 flaw
Supper quick shipping...realy nice finish but only complaint is what looks to be a nail head on the left side on the stock. I emailed and asked about this to return and was told thats on all of the stocks.

So only 4 stars
Reviewed by EbenBrown
EbenBrown bought "M1 Carbine Replica Ruger 10/22 Stock and Tribute" on our website
02/04/2013 - 02:35:54 PM
Not Just for Looks
Just about everyone who sees this at our shop and at the NRA shows has been surprised to learn it's a Ruger 10/22. But it's completely functional, too. Our production manager took one to an Appleseed event and scored Expert Rifleman.