I stepped away from big rifles for a minute, so I could play with little rifles for a bit. Not too long ago Ruger released their takedown PC Carbine in 9mm and 40s&w. This new rifle used Glock mags and I instantly saw the resemblance to their 10/22. Knowing the popularity and modularity of the .22lr rifle, I set on to take the aftermarket of the PCC.
The beauty of this rifle is that it is 100% all 50 state compliant.
First task was to ditch the stock and make something billet…
Then start adding more features than the original company first imagined… like an extended magazine release and a flared magwell.
Third I needed an extremely versatile stock attachment that would allow the most options imaginable.
Then I needed a few handguard options… and to start building like Hebrews on the great pyramids.