NEW Luth-AR MCA-22 Chassis for the Ruger 10/22

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    Luth-AR has released a new chassis for the Ruger 10/22 and its clone actions. The new chassis is called MCA-22 (MCA stands for Modular Chassis Assembly). According to the company, this chassis is great for casual plinking, Tactical 22 matches, Steel Challenge, Practical Rimfire Challenge matches, or getting started in NRL22 competitions. Let’s take a closer look at the Luth-AR MCA-22 chassis.

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    The Luth-AR MCA-22 chassis is made of glass-filled nylon, 6061 aluminum and steel. The chassis is completely ambidextrous. The pistol grip has palm swells with a rather deep texture. The stock features a click-adjustable cheekpiece with an overall height adjustment range of two inches. The length of pull can be adjusted in .75″ increments, from 11.25” to 15.75”. The buttpad height is adjustable, too. The stock has a provision to install GrovTec threaded QD sling swivel cups.

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    The Luth-AR MCA-22 chassis is compatible with virtually all profiles of Ruger 10/22 barrels including bull barrels of up to .920″ diameter. As seen in the picture below, the forearm has a two-piece design consisting of the forearm itself and an insert. If a standard profile barrel is used, the insert must be installed into the forearm. If your 10/22 is equipped with a bull barrel, the forearm insert must be removed to accommodate the thicker barrel profile. The forearm also features M-LOK slots (one on each side and five at the bottom) and a dome sling stud locator hole.

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    The Luth-AR MCA-22 chassis is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $189.95. This chassis is made in the USA.

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    Tell us in the comments section what you think about the new Luth-AR MCA-22 chassis. What applications would you use it for?

    Pictures by Luth-AR, LLC,

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