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The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here

Magpul has a new, affordable stock for the standard Ruger 10/22. The new MOE X-22 stock adds the features we have come to expect from Magpul to the run-of-the-mill 10/22. It is a whole lot of stock for under $70.

Magpul @ TFB:

Anyone who sees this stock and has a passing knowledge of Magpul will know it is a Magpul product. It has TSP texture on the grip surfaces, two M-LOK slots on the fore-end for accessory mounting, and that distinctive angular look. There is also a storage compartment inside the pistol grip. The MOE X-22 is in stock now and costs $69.99. Black is the only available color as of writing, but Magpul also shows olive drab green, stealth gray, and flat dark earth as options.

The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here

The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here

The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here

The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here

From the manufacturer:

The MOE X-22 Stock is the ideal rimfire stock for those looking for a lightweight, budget-friendly upgrade for their Ruger 10/22. Featuring M-LOK slots at the 6 o’clock position, as well as Magpul’s own exclusive TSP texture on the pistol grip, the overall weight of the stock tips the scales at a little more than a pound (18.9 oz.). The stock sports integral sling loops on the toe and forend for use with locking sling swivels, and with the ergonomic butt-pad, the stock has a length-of-pull measurement of 13.5ʺ. In short, the MOE X-22 Stock is built for lean efficiency.

The MOE X-22 fits standard Ruger 10/22 .22 LR pattern rifles and comes with two different diameter barrel trays to support both factory pencil and bull-barrel profiles to provide shooters with options for various configurations.


All images from Magpul

Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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