A reader brought my attention to Jim Bunting, who is producing a nifty bullpup stock for the Ruger 10/22. The stock chassis is CNC machined from aluminum. The stock has a simple design, which I think looks much more attractive than the futuristic curvy design of bullpups such as the FN2000 and Walther G22.
The stock makes use of an AR-15 compatible pistol grip. The aluminum trigger is skeletonized. The standard package includes a 10″ top rail and 2″ under rail. Side rails are optional.
The system is compatible with Ruger 10/22 extended magazines and regular magazines. Judging from the photos, an extended charging handle is required.
I would love a rifle like this with a 14″ barrel registered as a Short Barrel Rifle. It would be the ultimate pack gun.
The basic stock costs $295. A vented for-end (pictured above) costs an additional $80 and side rails costs $40-$50. According to the website there is a waiting list.
[ Many thanks to Kody for emailing me the link. ]