Magpul Hunter X22 Stock for the Ruger 10/22
The Magpul Hunter X-22 chassis is ergonomic, complete stock for the omnipresent Ruger 10/22 gun. Constructed from top quality reinforced polymer, the Hunter X-22 comes with an ergonomic grip, adjustable length of pull and pull height to match a huge selection of shooters, multiple recline mounting possibilities, a non-slip rubber butt pad, and M LOK slots for attachment.
The Hunter X-22 fits standard Ruger 10/22®.22 LR pattern rifles with no gunsmithing, and a reversible barrel tray ensures an appropriate match with the factory pencil profile as well as heavy bull barrels. The Hunter X-22 is compatible with the Thompson Center T/CR22.
Made in the U.S.A.
Features & Benefits of the Magpul X22:
- Drop-in design compatible with all factory Ruger 10/22® .22 LR receivers
- Reinforced polymer construction for strength and durability
- 60-degree grip angle from the bore axis
- Adjustable LOP from 12.5”-14.5” with 0.50” Spacers
- Non-slip rubber butt-pad
- Optional Cheek Riser Kits to raise cheek height 0.25”, 0.50”, or 0.75”
- Reversible barrel tray accepts all factory barrels as well as aftermarket up to 0.920” diameter (12.5" minimum length)
- Compatible with all capacities of factory Ruger 10/22 magazines
- M-LOK® slots on forend sides and bottom for a wide variety of accessory and sling mounting options
- Two dimpled drill points to install optional standard swivel studs (#10-32 x 3/8” long dome stud)
- Push-button QD swivel compatibility in the rear with optional Sling Mount Kits
- Left and Right rear 1-1/4” Footman’s Loops
Specifacations of the Magpul Hunter x22:
- Hunter X-22 Stock
- Weight: 2.45 lbs (w/two Spacers installed)
- LOP Adjustment Range: ~12.5-14.5 in.
- Width of Forend, max: 1.9 in.
- Width of Butt, max: 1.5 in.
- Butt-Pad Dimensions: 1.5x5.0 in.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
The Hunter x-22 stock is a Great option
I recently upgraded the barrel and stock of the 10/22 that I got for Christmas when I was 11 years old. Fit and finish of the hunter x-22 stock is great... Installation of the barrel and stock took under 30 minutes... Probably would have been under 20 minutes, but once I had the original barrel off the receiver, l took the opportunity to scrub 30 years' worth of carbon and crud from the action. Definitely add the rail under the front end for a QD bipod mount. My ten year old son loved drilling a steel target at 120 yards last weekend... Super fun for father and son.
The x22 hunter Great looking and ergonomic 10/22 stock
This Magpul 10/22 stock is a significant improvement over the factory stock. I installed the optional cheek riser, and I love it. I have a Kidd ultralight fluted bull barrel, and it has no issues in this stock. Given the diameter of the Kidd barrel, all your standard .92" bull barrels should fit no problem. The fit is very snug, there is no visible gap between the polymer and the receiver sides, and there is no clicking or movement from a loose fit. The pistol grip has a beautiful texture, and I like the hand stop at the bottom. It gives a positive reaction when moving with the rifle. The foregrip is flared out on the bottom, and I love this. I'm able to wrap my fingers into something with a response. The stock also comes with spacers to adjust the length of pull to your comfort. I also read they make this for takedown models now, which is cool. Even with all these impressive features, the stock still looks fantastic, you're getting the best of both worlds. I get a lot of compliments on my 10/22.
Magpul Ruger 10/22 Stock is Great
I just received my Magpul x22 in gray. After opening the box, I loved the weight of the stock. A light but delicate balance in the rear. First off, I am disabled and have lost a lot of functionality in my hands, so I was a little concerned about trying to replace the stock without help, but I figured I'd give it a try. After removing the receiver and barrel from my original stock, I then fitted it to the Magpul x22 stock. It was a tight fit, but after a few minutes, I was able to get the receiver to fit perfectly into the new stock. Again, it was a tight fit. I tightened the receiver down and then added the additional spacers to adjust the length of pull. In all, it took about 15 minutes, and I had a beautiful new setup for my Ruger 10/22. Overall I am happy. I would recommend this stock to anyone wanting a nice upgrade.
Everything you would expect from a Magpul hunter x22, but....
Like always, Magpul has released another fantastic product, everything from the quality of the item down to even how it looks. I ordered mine in black and used this stock as the final part for my over the top blackout build. While unboxing, you could feel the sturdiness of the stock and the weight in the backend to balance everything once you get the rifle together. Overall, everything seemed to be perfect, so I was looking forward to getting everything installed. I started off knowing I needed to reverse the barrel tray to fit my Primary Weapon Systems T3 carbon fiber bull barrel; there are three unusually long allen wrench screws you'll need to remove. You'll need a more extended flathead screwdriver to pry the barrel tray up to reverse because the tray comes from the factory with the factory barrel side facing up. Be sure to add any of the M-LOK accessory rails at this time, because once you put everything together, it's a HUGE process to start over and add them. I decided to add one on the bottom of the handguard in case I ever wanted to add any grip or bipod in the future. Once I added the rail, I used a soft mallet to reinsert the barrel tray (you WILL need one, the tolerances on this are so tight you'll need to either stomp on the tray or smack it pretty good with a mallet to reinstall) and tightened everything up with the screws. At this point, you will notice the "lip" towards the front end of the barrel tray, I'm not quite sure why Magpul decided to do this, but it prevents the barrel from being a full free float system. Again, you will NOT have an open float barrel with this stock. I'm sure with a little sanding, this will resolve the issue, but I want to wait until I hear what Magpul is doing about this until I decide to modify the stock in any way. Finally, I inserted my action, trigger, etc. into the stock. This is where things start to get tricky. The tolerances here as well are SO tight it's challenging to get everything to fit into the stock, and I'm not sure if it was because of my Timney trigger assembly or just the stock. Still, I had to grab the rifle by the barrel and tightly tap the action down into the bedding to fit everything together correctly. I do a lot of Cerakote work, and I believe the tolerances are so tight, I'm not sure if a cerakoted action will fit if the applicator adds a couple of thousandths too much paint. But once everything was together, everything is ROCK solid and super light, and the ergonomics are perfect and feel exactly like the 870 stock they produce. The only reason why I don't give the capital a full five stars is because you need ten different tools for the install, and it's a project to get everything apart and back together. If you're looking at buying this stock, make sure it's the very last thing you install because once you install it, you won't ever want to uninstall it to add rails or make any modifications to the rifle.
Ruger 10/22 Magpul Stock is Outstanding!!
I got this Ruger 10/22 Magpul stock system to build up my factory "all-weather" 10/22 and couldn't be happier. The one thing I will tell us that it adds A LOT of weight over the Ruger synthetic stock. That's not a bad thing, though. I was thinking of doing a .920 barrel on mine and decided not to waste the money because the weight absolutely eliminates muzzle climb. I paired mine with bone stock 10/22 internals and a Nikon prostaff rimfire, and it shoots groups the size of a half-dollar at 100 yds under pretty rapid fire. The finish on it is almost seamless, as well. It took my rifle from BB gun to a professional marksman weapon. If you're looking for a comfortable, accurate, good looking upgrade, there's no better choice than the Magpul Ruger 10/22 stock.
Magpul 10/22 stock
The Magpul 10/22 stock Easy to install and makes a great little rifle even better! The spacers let you adjust the length of pull and are simple to add or remove. I purchased and installed the optional low size SGA Cheek Riser Kit, and the .25" riser was perfect for low height scope rings I have installed on my rifle. Balance is nice, the finish is nice, and the reversible barrel channel is a plus. I had installed a heavier than stock contour barrel on my 10/22, so I had to sand the stock side barrel channel, but it was easy to do and make it all fit together just perfect. The lip at the end of the barrel channel is there to keep the barrel from sagging in the receiver and is needed due to the design of the 10/22 and also to keep the rear portion of the receiver seated, so it's part of the design and there for a reason. The rifle shoots great, and the overall fit and feel of this 10/22 stock are excellent.
Magpul Hunter x22 enjoyable upgrade
I got the Magpul Hunter x22 stock the other day and went to the range today to shoot with it and enjoyed it so much. I wonder why Magpul did not have this product out sooner. I enjoyed that I can adjust the length of pull and the cheek riser (has some differed sizes when I bought my 870 Tactical Magpul Edition) went with the tallest one and put extra space for the length of pull and shoots like a dream with the RMR on it. I need to upgrade the barrel next and will have an excellent 10/22! Overall I would suggest this stock to any person with a 10/22 looking for new stock or building one from the ground up.
Nice 0/22 stock
Got the 10/22 stock in the other day from MSP and went to the range today to shoot with it. I enjoyed it so much I wonder why Magpul did not have this product out sooner. I appreciated that I can adjust the length of pull and the cheek riser went with the tallest one and put extra space for the length of pull and shoots like a dream with the RMR on it. I need to upgrade the barrel next and will have a great 10/22! Overall I would suggest this stock to any person with a 10/22 looking for new stock or building one from the ground up.
A massive improvement over the basic wood stock.
The quality of the stock is great and I received my package quickly.