TacStar 10/22 Stock

TacStar 10/22

TacStar is now making an Adaptive Tactical stock that they claim is the “…most advanced and versitile stock available…” for the Ruger 10/22 rifle.

The stock has a pistol grip and adjustable butt stock.  The butt stock also holds two Ruger 10/22 10-round magazines.

The stock has a removable barrel insert that allows for the use of a wide range of 10/22 barrels.  Thinner barrels have the spacer in place so there are no gaps, while thicker, bull barrels do not have the spacer in place.

TacStar Camo

The underside of the fore end has a reversible insert.  When in place, the piece will either match the rest of the fore end, or when reversed, will have a short Picatinny rail for the addition of a bipod or other accessory.

The stocks will be available in black and three different camo patterns:  Legends, Muddy Girl and Kryptek.  MSRP for the black model is $129.95 and $164.95 for the other colors.  TacStar expects to start shipping in May.

Richard Johnson

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  • Rick

    I wanna know who makes that ported bull barrel. The TacSols all have screw on comps, as do the others Ive seen. In CA we’re not supposed to have removeable threaded goodies but I do like a compensator for the looks on my rimfire tack driver.

    • Greg

      I think you are mistaken.
      In Kali we can have threaded barrels on rifles. You can have compensators or flash hiders on rifles, just not pistols.
      The shown configuration is 100% legal in Kali (at this time….)

      • Cymond

        Agreed. Californians can have a threaded barrel on any kind of rifle regardless of action type, caliber, or any other features. Furthermore, rimfire rifles are allowed to have pistol grips, telescoping stocks, etc without worrying about “assault” weapon status.

        Semi-auto pistols cannot have a threaded barrel and removable magazine. You can have a comp/brake on a pistol as long as it is not a thread-on comp/brake. (Ported pistol barrels are fine.) A threaded comp/brake might be OK on a pistol if it is pinned & welded, but I’m not sure. Threaded comps, brakes, & flash hiders are acceptable on semi-auto handguns that do not have a removable magazine, or on handguns that are not semi-auto (like a Thompson Contender or Remington XP-100).
        Note that rimfire rifles are exempt from ‘assault’ weapon status, but rimfire handguns are NOT. Also, rimfire magazines are still limited to 10 rounds, except for tubular rimfire magazines (Marlin Model 60 & such).

    • Mystick

      I think that’s a fluted .920 Tactical Solutions barrel with the threaded muzzlebrake/flash hider

  • These guys have very good ported bull barrels at a bargain price. http://ar-7.com/store/page80.html

  • Brandon

    I like the magazine storage in the stock

  • Great looking stock. Like the magazine feature.

  • now make it work with the takedown and you have got something

  • somegunguy

    You’re all wrong on the barrel. It’s a Volquartsen. I have the same barrel on mine.