Tapco makes low-priced aftermarket parts for a lot of different guns. They define the value-oriented end of the customization market. And the R&D teams can turn around products fast. The latest offering, and one that will fly off the shelves, is a tactical stock set for Ruger’s 10/22 Takedown, one of the most versatile configurations of the venerable rimfire ever made.
The 10/22 is a storied gun. With 50 years of production, the 10/22 exists in almost every imaginable form. The Takedown is simply a model that comes apart. Ruger ramped up the model with a threaded barrel, making it perfect for those of us fortunate enough to own suppressors.
But the stock was rather plain. The functional polymer set is solid enough, but doesn’t adjust for varied lengths of pull. And there’s no convenient way to mount any extras on the rifle (other than a simple sling). Tapco’s stock set has an adjustable AR style stock, a pistol grip, and picatinny rail, all you really need to take Ruger’s fun gun to the next level. We’re going to get one in for review here soon, so stay tuned.