The catalog of Italian/American company WOOX currently contains three rifle chassis – Furiosa, Exactus and Wild Man. Up until now, the WOOX chassis were available for bolt action rifles only (Remington 700, Tikka T3, Sauer 100, Savage 110, Howa 1500). Well, the company has just expanded this product line by introducing versions of all three chassis compatible with the Ruger 10/22 rimfire semi-auto rifle.
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All WOOX chassis share the same basic design that combines hardwood and Micarta furniture with the aluminum chassis body. The differences between the three models are mainly in the design of stocks and forearms. Furiosa has a highly adjustable skeletonized stock with a wooden cheekpiece and grip, as well as three M-LOK panels embedded into the forearm. Exactus has a long-range shooting profile wooden stock with adjustable cheekpiece and monopod rail, and an M-LOK insert only at the bottom of the forearm. Wild Man is a hunting-oriented design with a more traditional stock profile and no M-LOK panels in the forearm.
The WOOX chassis for Ruger 10/22 rifles are compatible with factory or factory-footprint clone 10/22 actions, standard 10/22 magazines as well as match, straight and pencil profile barrels. The MSRPs of WOOX chassis for Ruger 10/22 rifles are identical to the prices of these chassis for other rifles. The Furiosa costs $1100, the Exactus will set you back $700, and the price tag on the Wild Man reads $600.
Tell us in the comments section what do you think about the WOOX chassis in general and the new Ruger 10/22 versions in particular? What other rifles/actions you’d like to see WOOX chassis compatible with?
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