First Look: WOOX Wild Man Rifle Stock for the Ruger 10/22

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posted on October 7, 2021
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WOOX is a new outdoors company that prides itself on delivering top-level craftsmanship at competitive prices. WOOX manufactures high-performance rifle stocks and chassis along with outdoor gear such as knives and axes. WOOX makes their gear in-house in Italy and engages with customers directly. As a result, they can deliver products that exceed other gear on quality, performance and looks compared to similar products in their price range. WOOX is a division of Minelli Group with its North American headquarters situated in Hickory, NC. All WOOX products are developed in the USA and manufactured in Italy.

Now WOOX is expanding its line of American-Italian rifle stocks for the popular Ruger 10/22. WOOX rifle stocks and chassis have a reputation for combining the highest quality of handmade Italian craftsmanship with American design and dependable accuracy. In addition to the new Ruger 10/22 models, WOOX also makes stocks and chassis that are also compatible with Remington 700, Savage 110, Tikka T3/T3x, Sauer 100, Howa 1500, and Weatherby Vanguard rifles.

The Woox Wild Man for the 10/22 is the lightest hunting aluminum mini chassis in the world, merging an internal chassis core with a traditional hunting stock. On the other hand, the Exactus Precision stock merges an internal chassis core in a stock optimized for precision shooting, creating a super sturdy platform that is specifically designed for ultra-precise long range builds. The Exactus is also available in three colors; Flat Dark Earth, Titanium and O.D. Great. In addition to this, both the Wild Man and Exactus stocks are "drop in" systems which don't require pillars or extra bedding to work with the action on your 10/22. 

WOOX rifle stocks and chassis start at $559. For more information on these products or other gear from WOOX, please visit wooxstore.com.

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