KNOXX Axiom R/F Ruger 10/22 stock

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

KNOXX (Owned by Blackhawk) have introduced a tactical style stock for the Ruger 10/22 rifle called the Axiom R/F. My guess is that the R/F stands for RimFire.

As you can see in the photo, the stock features a 6-position M4 style adjustable stock, pistol grip and free floating barrel channel. The MSRP is $99.99

I think this is going to be a *very* popular product. I think the price is good and it has been build for accuracy. Rimfire rifle tactical stocks tend to be build for looks not function.

More info and online ordering at Blackhawk.

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Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • Ryan Ryan on Dec 31, 2010

    seriously guys the reason free floating barrels are best because they areperfectly straight like they are milled. whenyou clamp it down or screw it into a stock, it is bent microscopically. but those microscopic bends can affect accuracy enough to be noticed. it doesnt really have to dowith consistant vibrations

  • John John on Apr 14, 2011

    im trying to put my western field bolt action reciever and barrel into a modified 1022 stock for ergonomic and a magazine reasons what would be the best choice for this? i was thinking along the lines of the knox axiom but there is this annoying little bar sticking out the bottom of the barrel which a screw fits into to hold the barrel to the stock so i think i might have to go with something else. any suggestions?