Magpul Hunter X-22 Stock Now Shipping

Magpul showed off their Hunter X-22 stock for the Ruger 10/22 earlier this year, well now they’re finally available. The Hunter X-22 is made in the USA and retails for $139.95, currently it’s only available in black or Flat Dark Earth. It’s made out of reinforced polymer and features an adjustable length of pull and ergonomic grip. It weights in at 2.4lbs with both stock spacers installed. Check them out at

The Magpul Hunter X-22 chassis is an ergonomic, full-featured stock for the ubiquitous Ruger 10/22 rifle. Made from high quality reinforced polymer, the Hunter X-22 features an ergonomic grip, adjustable length of pull and comb height to fit a wide variety of shooters, multiple sling mounting options, a non-slip rubber butt pad, and M-LOK slots for accessory attachment. The Hunter X-22 fits standard Ruger 10/22 pattern rifles with no gunsmithing, and a reversible barrel tray ensures proper fit with factory pencil profile as well as heavy bull barrels.

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  • They need a similar stock for the Ruger American Rimfire. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • ostiariusalpha

      The Savage A17 could use a nice stock too.

      • B.K.

        Glad to see this rifle mentioned….Haven’t heard much or seen a whole lot since it was released. How do you like it?

        • ostiariusalpha

          Ha, it’s not mine, but my friend’s gun was a decent rifle. When I shot it, it digested several different ammo brands with no trouble; accuracy could have been a bit better, but I wasn’t expecting too much. All-in-all, it could do with some aftermarket improvements, though I’d say it was a step above a stock 10/22.

        • HenryV

          Perhaps the gun media are waiting for the Ruger B18 to come out? ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜‰

        • MAX

          I had one and it was crap. Shot the designated CCI A17 through it. 3-5in shotgun groups @ 100yds at an indoor range, no wind. I shot 15 5 round groups, cleaned in between. I returned it to Cabellas, they took it back full refund. I love the delayed blowback design, don’t know if I got a dud. I want to like this rifle but my experience with it just didn’t prove it was worth it. I hope others had a better time than I did. I replaced it with a 221 Fireball Cooper bolt gun that I can reload for and tune. Unlike being stuck with what ever the factory puts out that day in expensive rimfire land.

          • B.K.

            I was looking forward to the rifle. Hearing your guys 1st hand accounts leaves me relieved however. I was tempted awhile back to grab one while I was at big 5. I ended up going home,checked around,and found multiple for sale on backpage in my local area(central,CA). That was right after release and startled me enough to wait. I’ve since read mediocre reviews and not much else.

  • Chase Buchanan

    The video is cute. I thought it would be tacticool and ridiculous, but then it made me smile.

  • that’s a lot of money for plastic

    • DAN V.

      $139 accessory for a $139 gun

      • iksnilol

        A 10/22 costs a bit more than 139 USD.

  • MagpulVaporware?

    Enough of this… Where and when for the 700 Hunter and better yet, the AICS mags??? Magpul, please don’t Keltec us.

    • G0rdon_Fr33man

      Second on the AICS mags… Time for 100usd manufacturers of AICS-mags to go out of business (and Iยดll laugh all the way to the bank holding hands with Magpul CEO).

      • Plumbiphilious

        That itself is probably why. Magpul is a big industry name with several contacts in its network.
        There’s probably some sort of gentlemens’ agreement or backroom favors that’s putting it off, or making it a lower priority, in order to milk less patient people further until demand tapers off.

        Then Magpul can have all the time in the world to produce AICS mags, as it will be the monopolistic producers of them from that point on due to their nigh-impossible to beat price point.

        While I like Magpul a lot, I can certainly see them doing this sort of thing as a company of their size and production ability, if their palms were greased enough.

        • ostiariusalpha

          Or maybe they just got burned badly by the Glock PMag recall, and have slowed things down so it doesn’t happen again. It depends on what kind of person you are, which one will seem more likely.

  • Stompy

    Need Takedown versions ASAP.

  • Alan Hodges

    Make one for the Savage Tactical .22.

  • Rick A

    Well, sir…I don’t like it.

    • Dan

      Gritty Kitty?

  • thedonn007

    I need to weigh my factory 10/22 stock to see how it compares to the 2.4 lbs for the X-22

  • LNG

    dear magpul
    Where are your high capacity 10/22 magazine

    the buying public

  • salty