AGP Arms Take Down 10/22

AGP Arms has developed an interesting takedown conversion kit for the Ruger 10/22. It features a lightweight barrel, folding stock and quick release / return to zero barrel adapter.

AGP Arms Take Down 10/22 Conversion with 12″ handguard.
AGP Arms Take Down 10/22 Conversion with 6″ handguard.

The kit sells for $240 with a 6″ handguard. The 12″ handguard costs $25 more.

[ Many thanks to Cymond for emailing me the link. ]





Steve Johnson

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  • I have always liked the 10/22. I would love to have a takedown one. Not sure i care for this one though.

    I’d like to see one with a more traditional stock.

  • I just looked at their site and i have to say that the sbr kits are pretty cool. Not sure if they are cool enough to actually sbr a 10/22 and buy one, but its tempting.

  • MacK

    I own one of these…. coolest thing since sliced bread… 3.4 lbs with an SBR’d 5 inch bbl and a can…

  • Lance

    Cute I like the SIG 552 style stock on it.

  • JimS

    Looks cool except the “hand guard”. It look more like a handlebar pad.

  • CrCobb

    I’m very interested, but where’s the quadrail? I guess that I can tape my bottle opener inside buttstock.

  • Timmeehh

    Put a can on that and call it “The Obamanator”!

  • This reminds me of the Butler Creek Packer stock, just tacticool. The idea is nothing new for the 10/22 platform, its just in a new fashionable tactical style.

    • Cymond

      The BC Packer was an unusual stock that could use any sporter taper barrel, or a bull barrel if you modified the stock. Also, it’s been out of production for a long time. I saw one a while ago on gunbroker, and it sold for several hundred dollars (just the stock).

      The AGP take down system is a specialized barrel/forearm that works independent of the stock. You can use any stock if you chop off the forearm. It may not be a new concept, but it’s currently the only take-down system for the Ruger. Why a Ruger instead of a Papoose or AR-7? Customizable trigger, hi-cap magazines, and some people just like Rugers.