Gungner drops new chassis system for Ruger 10/22

The Chassis System for Ruger 10/22 packs in the features to offer (Photo: Ghost Manufacturing)

The Chassis System for Ruger 10/22 provides a platform for shooters to add AR accessories as needed. (Photo: Gungner Inc.)

Newcomer to the scene Gungner Inc. drops a new chassis system for Ruger 10/22 rifles that accepts AR-15 grips, stock and other compatible accessories.

The mil-spec sized receiver extension allows the use of AR-15 carbine stocks while the aluminum grip block molded into the chassis gives the chassis a sturdy mounting point for AR-15 grips. Equipped with an extended forend with full length top and bottom Picatinny rails, the chassis allows for the mounting of scopes, red dots, lasers, bipods and other rifle accessories.

“Unlike similar systems on the market, ours does not include a stock, grip, or other accessories,” the company said in an email to Guns.com “The stripped-down system will allow the end user to use accessories they already own, or also take advantage of a market where AR-15 furniture, and other firearms accessories are plentiful, and prices are attractive.”

The Chassis System for Ruger 10/22 is available from Gungner’s website with a current price tag of $49.97.

*Article updated September 29, 2017 at 5:13 p.m. EST.