Hogue Inc. Presents Rifle Stocks for Ruger 10/22 Takedown

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posted on July 23, 2015
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Hogue Inc., manufacturer of firearm grips, rifle stocks, AR components, knives, holsters and gear has some good news for Ruger 10/22 owners: the company is now shipping two new takedown rifle stock designs for this popular firearm.

"The Ruger 10/22 is America's most popular sporting rifle," explained designer Pat Hogue, "and the success of Ruger's takedown version gave us an opportunity to bring something new to the party in OverMolded stocks."

"Something new" includes two different takedown designs in Hogue's popular OverMolded® rubber: a traditional "Sporter" style rifle stock–similar in appearance to the company's popular one-piece 10/22 rifle stock; and a "Tactical Thumbhole" model featuring a futuristic thumbhole/pistol grip design, an integrated cheek weld, a unique bench rest hook and a soft rubber butt pad.

"Our Tactical Thumbhole design is designed for quick and comfortable target acquisition with your preferred optic," explained Hogue, "while fans of open sights may prefer our traditional 'Sporter' rifle stock design."

All of Hogue's rifle stocks feature the company's popular OverMolded Rubber–a durable, comfortable, superior, recoil-taming material that's impervious to dirt, grime and moisture.

Hogue's Takedown 10/22 stocks are available in Black, OD Green, Flat Dark Earth, Ghillie Green, Ghillie Earth or Purple in your choice of either standard diameter barrel or .920-inch diameter "bull" barrel (Black only). MSRP for takedown stocks in Black is $109.95 while colors are priced at $129.95 MSRP.

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