I wonder how many of our readers own a Ruger 10/22 and if anyone kept it stock? At SHOT Show Kinetic Research Group (KRG) introduced a KRG Bravo chassis for the Ruger 10/22. With over 7 million rifles made, and more to come, it’s a pretty safe bet to make a chassis for that rifle.
Finally, the new KRG chassis is available and it’s compatible with factory Ruger 10/22 as well a 10/22 receivers from Brownells, Bergara, Tactical Solutions, Volquartsen and KIDD “Classic Slip-Fits”.
The chassis is not compatible with take-down models, but it works with factory 10/22 magazines.
Below you can find KRG’s description:
Introducing the 10/22 Bravo Chassis. Designed to fit your favorite Ruger 10/22 for that dream build you’ve always wanted. Featuring the same great ergos as the standard Bravo but with a slightly shorter minimal LOP (~11.25″) for shooters of all sizes. For those of you over thinkers out there, don’t worry, the cheek piece position is still the same as our standard Bravo.
The Bravo is one of the most comfortable stocks available but that’s just the beginning.The full length stiff aluminum backbone will not allow the forend to flex on you but does allow design modularity with loads of accessories like our popular Spigot Mount and ARCA Rail system.
The ergonomic adjustments are just what you need to fit your frame so you can pull off the difficult shots. Comes standard with tool-less cheek height and a spacer LOP system.
Below: The buttstock is made from a strong reinforced polymer material. with mounting points for an external QD cup. It also has a a thumbshelf for same-side-thumb-grip shooters and it can be configured with a continuous angled lower surface or a “butthook” configuration.
The “introductory price” is $249.99. The weight is 2.4 lbs less the magazine.
Another look at the Crimson Red.
Here’s a direct link to the chassis.
What do you think of the KRG chassis? Let us know below.