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Thread: 2015 Shot Show: Victor Company Titan 10/22 Precision Rimfire Stock

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    2015 Shot Show: Victor Company Titan 10/22 Precision Rimfire Stock

    Victor Company set out to design an affordable precision rifle stock for the 10/22 that had ergonomics similar to the McMillan A5. From my time handling it at the show, I believe they succeeded. With an MSRP of $189.99, this stock offers a lot. It is made from an ultra-rigid fiberglass composite resin that does not flex even when gorilla'd. I was quite impressed with the rigidity and the workmanship of this stock. The stock features an anchor locking system that keeps the rear of the action under tension and removes any play. The free floating barrel channel accepts barrels up to 0.920". The magwell has been widened for drop free mag release. The stock features a set of quick detach flush cup sling mounts on both sides (standard). The stock includes two studs for mounting slings and bipods like the Harris, but there is also an optional mini-picatinni rail for non-stud mount bipods. Available in Black or FDE.

    This company was very eager to export their stock. The first thing they mentioned to us when they saw we were from Canada was that the export exemption has been raised to $500 and how it now allows them to ship stocks up here.









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    Me likes

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    This is a very interesting stock. Wonder if they would ever start making them for other rifles (ie... Remington, tikka, sako)???
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    They are fantastic stocks I was lucky enough to get one early

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    Very well built! I put the gorilla on it and it wasn't flexing. I should also mention that the picattini rail has another flush cup sling mount hole in it in case the user prefers to attach the sling on the bottom instead of the side (a popular attachment point for sling shooting).

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    Great news indeed!!!! i would like to try one
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    Looks good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn_338 View Post
    They are fantastic stocks I was lucky enough to get one early
    Same. I asked Michael if he would remove the "Tactical" from the original name so we could get them in Canada and he did. Awsome stock.
    Proper barrel break-in procedure:
    Shoot it once, then run a clean bullet after the first shot and repeat.......

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    is that anchor locking system adjustable ?

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    This a great looking option..
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