Woox Now Making Stocks for Ruger 10/22s

Woox is officially adding support for Ruger 10/22 and compatible actions. (Photo: Woox)

Woox, the fast-growing American rifle stock and outdoor equipment company with old-world Italian roots, is officially announcing that they are making stocks for the hugely popular Ruger 10/22 family of rimfire rifles.

The company currently makes three patterns of stocks for a wide variety of popular rifles that blend traditional woodwork with modern manufacturing for the best performance, accuracy and features. Now their Furiosa Chassis and Exactus and Wild Man Precision Stocks are available for 10/22 owners.

All three are built on a full chassis or mini chassis with checkered wood components where the user interfaces with their rifle. This gives shooters the accuracy benefits of a chassis while maintaining a classic look and feel.

The Woox Wild Man Precision Stock is their most basic setup with a checkered forend and sporter stock with a full, checkered pistol grip. The mini chassis has a tang that runs the length of the forend and supports two sling studs, one for a sling and another for a bipod.

The Woox Wild Man is the simplest and lightest stock. (Photo: Woox)

The Wild Man stock can be adjusted for length using spacers and provides a third sling loop near the toe. At $549, it’s also the most affordable Woox stock.

At the other end of their offerings is the Furiosa Chassis. With the Furiosa, the walnut or optional micarta components are more like natural highlights on the fully adjustable and modular chassis.

The Furiosa has inlet M-Lok rail inserts along the ventilated forend, with a skeletonized stock assembly that passes through the engraved pistol grip. In addition to having an adjustable buttpad and cheekpiece, the stock is railed for use with monopods and has a center-mount sling swivel.

It’s the most expensive starting at $999, but is the most featured model in the Woox lineup. The Exactus falls between the two, with a modular forend and semi-adjustable stock.

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The length of pull on the Exactus can be lengthened with spacers but it does sport an integral adjustable cheek riser. Also, the stock is railed for a monopod and the forend has an M-Lok rail at the 6 o’clock position for a front sling point and other accessories. It’s approachably priced at $649.

In addition to Ruger 10/22 and compatible rifles, these stocks are offered in versions built to accommodate Remington 700, Savage 110, Tikka T3 and T3x, Sauer 100, Howa 1500 and Weatherby Vanguard actions.

Woox is headquartered in Hickory, North Carolina, and the stocks are manufactured in Italy. For more information about their stocks and outdoor equipment, pay a visit to Woox online today.

The Exactus offers a few choice features for just a little more. (Photo: Woox)

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About the author: Max Slowik is a writer with over a dozen years of experience and is a lifelong shooter. He has unwavering support for the Second Amendment and the human right to self-defense. Like Thomas Paine, he’s a journalist by profession and a propagandist by inclination.

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  • Elmer October 1, 2021, 9:47 am

    Rusty dumpster and roll-up door with cinder blocks? Part of the high product cost goes to the Gen X VP of Marketing and the Italian Super Model Photographer.

  • Mark October 1, 2021, 8:30 am

    While these look very nice I do t see them as very practical for the average everyday 10/22 shooter. Why would I put a $500-$600 stock on a $250 gun? It makes little to no sense honestly. $1,000 for the premium stock wow. I get it’s likely for competition shooting but you can buy better guns for the same or less cost of that’s your game.

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