Ruger 10/22 Stocks

This is probably what sets the 10/22 apart from other .22 semi-auto rifles. You can go from mild to wild with bolt on ease. Traditional shooters my be content either upgrading to a synthetic or fancy laminated stock along the lines of the factory unit. However in my opinion the fun starts when you select a thumbhole or a competition oriented stock. Additionally there’s hardware to turn your 10/22 into a bullpup or something resembling an AR-15. Easy justification for owning more then one of these fine rifles. Below you’ll see some a random sampling from the inexpensive Hogue to the top of the line Bell & Carlson or FA Enterprises. If your interested in getting a 10/22 for a youth there is also a suitable stock for that purpose. Lastly before you head out and spend more on a stock then the guns purchase price be sure to see if one of Ruger’s 34 models doesn’t already suit your needs. Of course where’s the fun in that.

One thing to keep in mind when picking a new stock. Know the dimensions of your barrel or the barrel you intend to use so your sure to get one that fits properly. A standard barrel will look silly in a stock meant for a heavy barrel.

Volquartsen Custom Premium Laminated Ruger 10/22 Thumbhole Stock

Volquartsen Custom Premium Laminated Thumbhole Stock

Volquartsen Custom Laminated Ruger 10/22 Wood Stock

Volquartsen Custom Laminated Wood Stock

Hogue Overmolded Ruger 10/22 Stock

Hogue Overmolded Stock

Bushnell Ruger 10/22 Folding Stock


McMillan Ruger 10/22 STC Intimidator Stock

McMillan STC Intimidator

Fajen Legacy Series Ruger 10/22 Adjustable Stock

Fajen Legacy Series Adjustable Stock

FA Enterprises Ruger 10/22 Contoured Target Stock

FA Enterprises Contoured Target Stock

Bell and Carlson BR-50 Ruger 10/22 Target Stock

Bell and Carlson BR-50 Target Stock

Tapco Ruger 10/22 Fusion T6 Stock

Tapco Fusion T6

Muzzlelite Bullpup 10/22 Stock


Christie & Christie 10/22 Super Stock

Christie & Christie 10/22 Super Stock