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  1. As title, I have just sold my semi-custom Ruger 10/22 (only standard parts were the receiver and bolt) and ordered a Rimfire Magic: Rimfire Magic Archives - Rimfire Magic (thought I would buy one before Roger finally decides to retire!). Therefore, looking for stock and/or chassis recommendations. The rifle will be used for general target shooting and any suitable competitions. I had a Magpul X-22 on the rifle I sold (liked it a lot, it was an upgrade to the Hogue stock I had previously fitted), but interested in other options. Considering the MDT LSS (however, been reading on-line of issues [Modular Driven Technologies MDT LSS-22 Chassis for Ruger 10/22 Review - Gear Report (gear-report.com)]) since I have the MDT LLSS chassis on my .22RF Ruger American, but I also quite like the MDT Oryx (but this option seems quite expensive). Thoughts?
  2. please read the forum rules on sales. People are expected to contribute here, not simply join to sell stuff.
  3. GRS Bolthorn Folding Chassis for Tikka T3 short action calibres (Standard length AICS so .204 - 300WSM) The chassis handles very well and is very stable under recoil owing to its almost straight line recoil. It, was originally bought as a fixed chassis about 2.5 years ago and has since had the folding hinge fitted at a cost of around £130 (fixed stock joint also included) with this fitted the stock locks up tightly when folded or open. It has also been fitted with a custom made aluminum tubular rear bag rider made by David Bonwick of the Shooting Shed which cost around £80. This can be interchanged with the original rear picatinny rail. The chassis will also come with two different cheek pieces made from Kydex one of which covered in neoprene, however it is currently fitted with the factory part. The full specification can be found here - https://www.grsriflestocks.com/models/grs-bolthorn Other than slight wear of the anodising on the front picatinny rail where a bipod has been used and a small ~5mm scuff on the polymer forend the chassis is in almost new condition. New with the folding hinge included this would cost around £1300 (Without the bag rider and extra cheek pieces) so I think £900 + Postage (ONO) is a fair price.
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