So Ruger finally got down to making a decent takedown stock for their awesome little rifle... and it's hideously expensive, and only works with a special receiver and bbl.
about 10 years ago I wanted a 10/22 takedown... so I cut off the fore end of my stock where the barrel connects to the receiver. This exposes the two allen screws and the barrel wedge. Yes, I do need a tool to disassemble/reassemble the rifle, but it takes less than a minute. And I cut a groove in the butt stock for the allen wrench, so the tool is stored on board. I also made two magazine cutouts in the butt stock to carry a pair of loaded mags. slick.(Ok, a picture would be a 1000 words, so I'd better research how to upload to this board)
Now before you say "That won't work!!! it will kill you or break or something... it won't be accurate... there will be a plague of locusts over the land if you do that!"... I did it, and it has worked for 10 years. it's accurate w/ iron sights because they are both on the barrel. It is reasonably accurate with a scope, at least I can't tell any difference... but that may be my shooting too!
Now I have a 3d printer (jealous?
), and I'm thinking that a short production run of these takedown stocks would be a good project... I would expect a price under $150 once the prototyping is done. They would include a soft case as well.