MUZZELITE Ruger 10/22 Bullpup conversion Kit
The most striking feature of the MUZZELITE bullpup stock, when attached to your action, is the overall length of 26-1/2". This allows you to carry the rifle with much greater mobility. Whether your sport is hunting or plinking, the MUZZELITE Ruger 10/22 Bullpup Stock will convert a long rifle into a compact weapon system in just a matter of minutes!
The stock itself has fixed sights which are adjustable for windage and elevation. The windage is done with the rear sight and the elevation is done with the front sight. The stock also comes equipped with a scope mount which attaches in the handle.
Construction is of fiberglass reinforced plastic and fits stander barrels and heavyweight barrels (with minor modifications).
Required Allen wrench is included.
- Bullpup stocks cannot be fired in a left handed position and are therefore only suitable for right handed shooters.
- Some high capacity magazines may not clear the pistol grip.
- No order to Canada
Muzzelite stocks have been a safe and effective alternative stock for many years. While there have been no reports of injury, it has come to our attention that in some cases, dimensional differences in receivers may allow some rifles to move within a Muzzelite stock. In that event, an unintended discharge is theoretically possible. If you have any question about your rifle in its Muzzelite stock, please call 1-800-428-9394. If you have concerns, we can help you arrange to ship your rifle for examination. Shipping costs would initially be borne by you. If your rifle and receiver combination permits any movement of the rifle within the stock, we will upgrade your stock with two alternative parts, re-install the rifle, test it for function, and return it. If your rifle requires upgraded parts, the upgrade will be done without charge and your shipping costs refunded to you.
To comply with Federal Law, not only must your rifle have a 16 inch or longer barrel, but the overall length of the weapon must be 26 inches or greater. Placing a rifle with a relatively short barrel in a Muzzelite stock may result in violation of the 26 inch length restriction, even though the barrel length remains in compliance. Muzzelite stocks are 23 inches long, and so require a minimum of 3 inches of barrel extension beyond the stock.
It is your obligation to measure the overall length of your weapon, out of the stock, to ensure it will remain in compliance with the 26 inch length restriction when placed in a Muzzelite stock. If your weapon has a barrel that complies, but the overall weapon length will not meet the 26 inch restriction if placed in a Muzzelite stock, do NOT, repeat NOT, assemble your weapon in the Muzzelite stock.
Remember that these restrictions are only those imposed by Federal law. Some states or localities may impose additional restrictions. It is your obligation to research ALL laws applicable to your locale, and to remain in compliance with ALL applicable laws, not just Federal restrictions.
This notice does not apply to any NFA weapon to which length restrictions are inapplicable, which has been lawfully approved for possession by the BATFE and local governments.
Again, it is your obligation to ensure that your weapon remains in compliance with ALL applicable length restrictions. Muzzelite is not responsible for your assembly of non-compliant weapons.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Pros, very handy, comfortable stock. nice unique look. Cons, not all magazines will work. right hand only. changing mags is cumbersome and the biggest Con of all, it is not very sturdy, in less than a year the mount that attaches the stock to the rifle broke off
Good kit for the price
It is a good kit for the price but it does not fit together perfectly. There are gaps in spots where the two halves fit together. It does not effect the workings and didn’t cost $500 like their competition. I am pleased with what I paid and I am Happy with my purchase. I may order another kit and build another one for my wife if she tries to claim mine.
Ruger 10/22 bullpup kit is fun.
Ruger 10/22 bullpup kit Installation was quick and easy with no problems. The Stock functions flawlessly. No problems using high-capacity magazines. I added a red dot sight to top off the kit.
quality product for a low price !
works great . easy to mount for assembly . hard to beat this price point ! wait , no one beats this price !
Muzzelite Bullpup Stock for Ruger 10/22
Well made and a great Value! Assembly is straightforward and requires about a half an hour's time after you read the directions. My reflex sight fit without modification. It would be nice if it was designed to accommodate the 25-shot Ruger magazine but the ten-shot is fine and the compact system is a blast to shoot.
Good but could be better
This is a good stock however, the pistol grip is too long to accommodate a Ruger BX25 magazine. I was able to modify the stock by filling the bottom of the pistol grip with black hot glue, cutting about an inch and a half off of the pistol grip, and sanding everything smooth. Overall, this is a good stock, except it should be able to accommodate a BX25 magazine out of the box without any modifications.
Heads Turned at the Range!!!
I was so excited to finally put this together and take it out today! Assembly was a breeze and probably took 10 minutes. It looks super cool and functions flawlessly. I put a cheap red dot on top of it and went plinking. So much fun! So glad I got this. Great customer service, too!
muzzlelite bullpup stock for ruger 10/22
Its whats you pay for. Nothing special but Fun. Easy to convert. Would like to see the clam shell a little stronger in some spots but, I am HAPPY with it.
Works perfectly when assembled correctly
I'd take off half a star if I could because there's one spot under the leading edge of the trigger guard where the halves don't meet completely (it's not so bad that I have to add a screw, though) and my Red "take-down" screw had gunk, like dried up grease, in the threads and almost stripped my 10/22. I caught it in time. Otherwise, this stock is great and works far better than I expected. My Safety switch can't be overcome with force like another reviewer said. It operates just like the stock safety. If the rifle is cocked the safety engages securely and I can't pull the trigger no matter how hard I try. If the rifle isn't cocked, the safety only goes ON half way and you can still pull the trigger (but it won't shoot because it's not cocked). My trigger works so smoothly that I was able to remove the extra spring on the Muzzelite stock which makes my trigger pull even lighter. Mine has no squeaks or rattles and hits the target like a 10/22 should. (my Ruger 10/22 is circa 1966) I use an Archangel 25 round AA922-A2 magazine. It straighter than most extended mags like the BX-25. It feels good and looks good. I've cut down other magazines to fit, but they rub slightly on my wrist and aren't 100% comfortable. If you take your time to assemble it right, it should perform perfectly. If your receiver moves in the stock or your trigger is stiff and binds or your safety doesn't' work properly, go over your assembly and fix the problem. You'll be glad you did.
Stock was a breeze to install... took a couple minutes to adjust but diffucult. Makes for a super fun plunk gun...!!!
Interesting option for fun plinking
I've owned my bullpup for my 10/22 since 1989 and it has worked according to its design potential. It had some flaws such as the pistol grip being 1/4" too far back so that it interferes with the majority of the quality high cap mags and the overly tall handle/scope mount system. The "safety" switch on the grip can be easily overcome with finger pressure on the trigger so should not be relied on in lieu of the gun's actual safety. (People should know that anyway.) With mine, I've found that the trigger pull difficulties discussed on the net are overcome by making sure the guide rails of the trigger assembly are highly polished then lubed with a white lithium paste lubricant. (A little goes a long way.) OVERALL - a fairly good platform that can be modified to suit your needs.
A Cautious Buy
Its a decent buy. It will take a significant amount of alteration, both to the trigger assembly and the pistol grip. Butler Creek mags will not fit. The trigger assembly sucks. It jams up the Ruger trigger and flexes too much. It does look cooler than, most bullpups.