10/22® / M1 Carbine Conversion Wood Stock

Item # WX2-188820

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"Deluxe retrograde" your rifle with the 10/22® / M1 Carbine Conversion Wood Stock!

Give your Ruger® 10/22® a whole new WWII-style attitude, converting it to M1 Carbine style! That's what this Conversion Stock delivers, with supreme quality. It's solid beechwood with the traditional U.S. G.I. natural finish.

Built to original military specs, but with a drop-in fit for the 10/22. Make your gun something really special... get this exceptional Stock ONLINE right now!

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
(19) 1-6 of 22 Reviews
  1. 4 stars
    The M1 Carbine Conversion Wood Stock is well made. What is not advertised is the stock is actually made with a glued stock blank. However,the wood grain was matched during the gluing process and the seam grain blends together almost perfectly. Everyone who sees my "M1 Carbine" with added aftermarket military type sights and sling/oiler says, "WOW, I gotta me get one!"
  2. 5 stars
    Looks great in my 10/22
  3. 5 stars
    I'm looking forward to mating the stock to a 10/22.
  4. 5 stars
    Great, fits excellent..
  5. Got the 10-22 M1 Carbine conversion stock. Fit and finish were perfect. Excellent article. I am VERY pleased. Installation was flawless. Thank you for offering such a fine Item.
  6. 3 stars
    A little rougher than I thought it would be.
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