A dragunov stocked 10/22.
Other than the outer appearance, will shoot the same as any other 10/22.
I'm not sure how the top of the buttstock lines up with the sighting plane though...seems Ruger has had issues with this on a couple of wood stocked models (for the life of me I can't undestand why....your eyes line up higher than the sighting plane when your cheek is as far down on the buttstock as it will go....bad, bad...no, poor product development!!).
thanks for the info, but I sure wouldn't consider that a "Dragunov-style" stock by any means. I'm not saying any of you are wrong, if that's what they call it, that's what they call it. The lowest pictured 10/22 has what I would call a dragunov stock, am I wrong?
You're right, as far as I know. I don't think the rbd is dragunov styled stock, I was just wondering if anyone had any experience shooting the thing. I think the RBD just had a regular sporting type stock.