Ruger® 10/22® Buttstock Pouch

Ruger® 10/22® Buttstock Pouch
Item Number: 19233
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Black branded Ruger® 10/22® buttstock pouch with a protective flap. Pouch has a quiet comfortable cover; holds 10-round magazines and ammunition.

Made by the Allen Company under license from Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc. Company.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di-n-hexyl Phthalates and Lead Acetate which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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Like It! 8/13/2017
Bought this pouch on a whim and I like it. Put it on my 50th Anniversary 10/22 and fit 6 10-round magazine in it. The fit on the stock is snug but allows room for cheek padding
- Ron, IA
A Neat Piece of Kit 6/10/2017
Shades of the old M1 Carbine. I put one of these on my 10/22 takedown. It fits perfectly. I am able to get 4 ten shot mags in plus an old paper box of 50 rounds. Fully loaded the rifle is a bit butt heavy but it should prove about right when the stamp for my can arrives. The best part of this acessory is not having to fumble around in my pockets for a spare mag when out hunting. So, if you want a cool looking add-on for your 10/22 that is useful in the field. I recommend this to you.
- Bob, NV
Excellent product 10/4/2016
Not easy to slide on but great fit and easy to open. Plenty of storage for ammo and boresnake. Definitely recommend
- Chris, CA
Not too bad. 8/31/2016
I bought this obviously for my 10/22. It was a pain to slide on because i have the hogue rubber overmolded stock and an extended mag release. Had to remove my scope to get it on but no biggie. The pouch easily held 3 10 round mags with room to spare. I can see it holding easily 5-7 magazines. as it is i can slide a few 50 round boxes of ammo in it. It has a slit in the bottom for the sling stud to stick out of but with the hogue stock sliding it back that far has proven difficult and the pouch is actually snug before it ever reaches the sling stud. Overall a good product and hopefully I will remember to give an update once squirrel season starts.