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Hightower Armory 90/22 stock for Ruger 10/22 Legal in NJ?

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Was wondering if this stock is legal in NJ. I visited the branchburg Heritage Guild looking for a 10/22 to mod and was informed they basically stopped selling 10/22 AR style stocks and was threaten with getting their license pulled because of them. I wonder if this stock would apply also.

 

http://www.hightowerarmory.com/default.asp

 

It seems it would only check 1 of the evils for "maybe" having a pistol style grip or the plastic shroud over the barrel might be another.

 

Thoughts?

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It's legal. I'd argue that isn't a pistol grip but others might. Save yourself the money and pick up a sweet Boyd's wood stock if you want to pimp your 22

 

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Edit to add. I don't shop at heritage anymore

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