ATI AR-22 Stock System for Ruger 10/22

ATI AR-22

The Ruger 10/22 is probably the most customized and accessorized rimfire rifle on the market today.  It seems that new gear for these rifles is popping up all the time.  Advanced Technology International (ATI) announced they are now shipping the AR-22, a stock system for the 10/22 rifles.

ATI AR-22

The AR-22 system uses an aluminum chassis with a polymer shell to give the Ruger rimfire the appearance of an AR-15.  The AR-22 will accept the company’s Strikeforce AR-15 stock, buffer tube assembly, pistol grip and foreends.  The unit has a Picatinny rail along the top for mounting optics.

A “mock charging handle and forward assist” are included as part of the package.

ATI AR-22

Complete AR-22 packages with buttstock, pistol grip and foreend carry a $189.99 MSRP.




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  • neoconfection

    Can anybody identify that optic? I’m looking for a good AR optic that isn’t going to murder my wallet.

    • iksnilol

      Check out Primary Arms, they make decent, inexpensive optics.

      Note: I am not a shill, just passing the word.

      • neoconfection

        Primary Arms doesn’t sell their optics outside the United States.

        • John

          Very few companies do so, what with ITAR and all. You can really only get American optics through a local importer/distributor if you’re outside the US.

          • iksnilol

            SInce I am also outside the US, how can you import optics from the US?

            The specific optic I am interested in is the Primary Arms 4-14×44 mil/mil FFP.

      • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

        True and not a thing wrong with them.

  • ColaBox

    Nice, now if only it was a straight mag.

  • MICHAEL

    at this point, just buy an AR style .22

    • gunslinger

      price?

      how many people have existing 10/22s? i’m betting some have several. cheaper to have a $200 kit and revert than having a whole new gun.

  • Gyufygy

    Judging by the pictures, I’d guess using the 10 round mags would be difficult.

  • JLR84

    I was fine with it up until the mock charging handle and forward assist.

    • gunslinger

      same.

  • Leonardo Padrino

    That front sight though…

  • Mystick

    First thing I would do if I bought this would be to chop off the mag well so I could use a standard 10-round magazine. Other than that, it looks good.

  • Juice

    I’m betting ten bucks a photo of this stock on a 10/22 will be used on the frontpage of a newspaper next time there is an ‘Assault Weapon’ scare, and they’ll refer to it as a military style M16.