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Posts: General Discussion / New 10/22 and AGP Arms?

Tisiphone Post Author Photo: Tisiphone
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New 10/22 and AGP Arms?
01/10/13 09:31 PM

Hi Gunfriends,

I am now the proud new owner of my third Ruger firearm, a 10/22 TD (soon to be painted sparkly to piss off other rangepeople). I'm hunting around for scopes and magazines, and I was poking around at some 10/22 accessory sites and found this:

AGP Folding Stock For Ruger 10/22 Takedown
http://www.agparms.com/agp-folding-stock-for-ruger-10-22-takedown/

Now, last I checked, there weren't any stocks made to fit the TD. Some people had Frankenstiened other 10/22 stocks, but it involved a saw and a dremel tool. A quick Google search tells me this is the only one out there (for now).

Problem is, I've never heard of AGP. I like a folding stock (the TD stock is solid), but I don't know what I'm spending 100 dollars on. Anybody know anything about them?
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Michael Post Author Photo: Michael
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01/10/13 09:49 PM

I long for useful things to do with my dremel.
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Jason Post Author Photo: Jason
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01/10/13 10:58 PM

If you make cupcakes for us, I'll call around tomorrow and get all the details on them for you.

Deal?
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Tisiphone Post Author Photo: Tisiphone
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01/10/13 11:25 PM

Jason:
If you make cupcakes for us, I'll call around tomorrow and get all the details on them for you.

Deal?



I'm not sure how pink cupcakes with pink frosting and little chocolate guns will do in the mail. But I'd be happy to give it a try!
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Jason Post Author Photo: Jason
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01/10/13 11:45 PM

Hmm... sounds like you're going to need vacation time to make them fresh for us. Then we can have the bakeoff. 


Just time it right, the water was a touch cold the other day.


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