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Posted: 2/7/2011 3:33:00 PM EDT
I remember somebody had a heck of a deal on them last year. Pretty cool little folder for less than $100. I think they were blems. I have convinced myself I need a two stamp 10/22. A 10 inch integrally suppressed SBR.
Link Posted: 2/7/2011 4:31:47 PM EDT
all i use is a bc, been buying them used for 30.00 -50.00
Link Posted: 2/7/2011 4:47:10 PM EDT
Two stamp??? what is this you speak of?
Link Posted: 2/7/2011 5:21:32 PM EDT
One of the best stocks for 10/22 SBRs is the Choate folding stock. I think they are better than the Butler Creek folding stocks. The Tapco intrafuse stocks are pretty nice too (they make them for the standard 10/22 barrel and for the .920 bull barrels). All of them would need to have some customizing to work with a 10" barrel.
Link Posted: 2/7/2011 5:37:13 PM EDT
Originally Posted By jagdkommando:
I remember somebody had a heck of a deal on them last year. Pretty cool little folder for less than $100. I think they were blems. I have convinced myself I need a two stamp 10/22. A 10 inch integrally suppressed SBR.


agparms.com is probably the one you are thinking of
Link Posted: 2/11/2011 3:48:07 PM EDT
Originally Posted By srt-4_uk:
Originally Posted By jagdkommando:
I remember somebody had a heck of a deal on them last year. Pretty cool little folder for less than $100. I think they were blems. I have convinced myself I need a two stamp 10/22. A 10 inch integrally suppressed SBR.


agparms.com is probably the one you are thinking of


That's it! Thank you. ARFCOM is awesome.
Link Posted: 2/11/2011 8:58:19 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/11/2011 8:59:31 PM EDT by fixer]
AGP has been all out of the pre production cosmetic blems since before the ned of last year. but then they were $50 each.

i'm looking forward to them the production versions being available. i think that a "compact" rifle with the 16" barrel, tech sights and the AGP stock would make for a nice plinker... with some trigger work.

unfortunately, i think the production stocks are gonna be $150.

would be nice if they offer them in other colors besides black. FDE and OD would be nice.
Link Posted: 2/13/2011 8:43:27 AM EDT
What made no sense about the AGP stocks was that they made the forend so short that the locking block cut in the barrel was exposed.
Link Posted: 2/13/2011 10:36:01 PM EDT
Originally Posted By brazos609:
What made no sense about the AGP stocks was that they made the forend so short that the locking block cut in the barrel was exposed.


That's cause quick release barrel to come.
Link Posted: 2/14/2011 11:16:52 AM EDT
Me personally, If I'm going for a super light SBR 10/22, I would go Houge. Their stocks may not be the most accuate, but they are light as hell.

The folder would be nice to havem but since I am in an AWB state, the Houge would be my coice.
Link Posted: 2/15/2011 7:34:20 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Jamess67:
Two stamp??? what is this you speak of?

1. Suppressor
2. SBR (short barreled rifle)

To legally own either, one must pay a tax to the gubmint. Upon approval of the transfer, the form is returned with a tax stamp attached to it. The stamp is similar to those found on cigarette packs (but larger in size, bigger than a postage stamp).


Link Posted: 2/15/2011 7:44:23 PM EDT

Originally Posted By BlindFaith429:
Me personally, If I'm going for a super light SBR 10/22, I would go Houge. Their stocks may not be the most accuate, but they are light as hell.

Absolutely. If I had to tote a rifle in the field for hours, this would be it.

Btw, although I agree that a Hogue isn't a bench-rest, first-choice, they can be made to be very accurate (paging batmanclaw).

Here's a 2-stamper; 12.25" Tactical Solutions lightweight barrel:







Link Posted: 2/15/2011 7:52:02 PM EDT

Originally Posted By jagdkommando:
... I have convinced myself I need a two stamp 10/22. A 10 inch integrally suppressed SBR.

Yes, you do. It's the funnest little rig you'll ever shoot.

Have you considered chopping a Choate?



(not mine)




Link Posted: 2/16/2011 6:45:31 PM EDT
I second going with a Choate, that pic inspired me to build this.

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Link Posted: 2/16/2011 7:15:59 PM EDT
I have a Choate folder on a SBR HK and dang that thing is a heavy little sucker. I think a lot of it is solid steel. Just the rear section of it has got to be well over a pound, maybe two. I'd take an ACE or something polymer over it any day of the week.
Link Posted: 2/16/2011 8:50:18 PM EDT

Yep, the Choates are solid.

You could always roll your own. I made this one from a standard Ruger stock, just for the heck of it. 10" Charger barrel:







Link Posted: 2/17/2011 8:17:01 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/17/2011 8:17:42 AM EDT by airgunner]
Parshooter - I like that optics package you go there? Which model Leupold is that and what rings and base are you using?

Originally Posted By parshooter:
...although I agree that a Hogue isn't a bench-rest, first-choice, they can be made to be very accurate (paging batmanclaw).


Do you have a link to a thread that details (or at least outlines) what batmanclaw did to his Hogue stock? I did a search for "batmanclaw" but had not luck. Thanks

Link Posted: 2/17/2011 1:02:53 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/17/2011 1:04:00 PM EDT by parshooter]

Originally Posted By airgunner:
Parshooter - I like that optics package you go there? Which model Leupold is that and what rings and base are you using?

Originally Posted By parshooter:
...although I agree that a Hogue isn't a bench-rest, first-choice, they can be made to be very accurate (paging batmanclaw).

Do you have a link to a thread that details (or at least outlines) what batmanclaw did to his Hogue stock? I did a search for "batmanclaw" but had not luck. Thanks


Sorry, I had the screen name incorrect but was thinking of this comment probably, from back at the end of December in a thread here about bedding the Hogue:

Originally Posted By batmanacw:
There is not a single possible reason to bed a 10/22 in a hogue stock. Just make sure its free floated and shoot the darn thing. The way the action and trigger group hold the stock, there is no advantage what so ever to screwing with it further. Just make sure that the back end of the action is tight to the stock. I have glued shims into the stock to pull down on the back of the action by making the fit of the pivot point tighter on the bottom. Only needed to do that once.

You will find lots of folks who will claim bedding a hogue made their rifle shoot better, but they are always short on showing proof.


The rings, inserts and base pictured above in the Hogue setup are Larue, low QD. The scope is a VX-II, 4-12x40AO w/ Long Range Duplex reticle and Leupold flip-up covers. The additional cross-posts in the reticle are really handy for longer range plinking.


Link Posted: 2/18/2011 4:18:05 AM EDT
Originally Posted By parshooter:

Yep, the Choates are solid.

You could always roll your own. I made this one from a standard Ruger stock, just for the heck of it. 10" Charger barrel:




http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v503/parshooter/IMG_0396.jpg




That is a nice looking rig. Well done!
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