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#6809237 - 06/30/17 07:59 PM Choate 5 position collapsable rifle stock for Ruger 10/22
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I purchased this two years ago for my son's Ruger 10/22. It has worked well, but after he put his hands on my thumbhole laminated stock, he wants one for his rifle, so we are taking this one off.

I purchased it from Midway for a bit more than they are selling for now, but I'll base my price on current pricing. I'm asking 50% of current retail, so I'm asking $50 local pickup or I will ship on your dime.

You can read both of my original reviews on Midways site. I wasn't fully happy with the fit and finish, but for someone wanting it for a truck gun, or just something that is adjustable so that kids thru adults can shoot it (which was our case), it works fine. I also went by cajuntec there, so check out the review on 6/17/15 and then the follow up on 10/2/15.

https://www.midwayusa.com/product/220824...synthetic-black

All the best,
Glenn
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#6812119 - 07/04/17 01:45 PM Re: Choate 5 position collapsable rifle stock for Ruger 10/22 [Re: cajuntec]
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#6834034 - Yesterday at 04:20 PM Re: Choate 5 position collapsable rifle stock for Ruger 10/22 [Re: cajuntec]
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