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SB Tactical SB22 Chassis for Ruger 22 Charger, 10/22 Platforms: First Look

Known for innovative Pistol Stabilizing Braces, SB Tactical is bringing that same quality of build and practicality to its new SB22 – a lightweight, modular chassis for the Ruger 22 Charger and Ruger 10/22 family of firearms.

SB Tactical SB22 Chassis for Ruger 22 Charger, 10/22 Platforms: First Look

SB Tactical SB22 Chassis for Ruger 22 Charger and 10/22 Platforms (Photo courtesy of SB Tactical)

Designed in partnership with Unity Tactical, the SB Tactical SB22 is a 17-ounce polymer chassis with an aluminum insert, adding utility and functionality to the 22 Charger and 10/22 platforms.

“The SB22 is the first product in what will be a long line of new non-brace products from us,” said Jeff Creamer, president and CEO. “While we have no intention of moving away from our core, we want to expand our portfolio and offer a wider range of products with the same design excellence, quality and customer service that people have come to expect from SB Tactical.”

Available for both fixed or takedown models, the SB22 features a Picatinny (M1913) rail on the rear and integral, ambidextrous QD sling sockets. Also included are a M1913 Bridge Mount and Flat Top Cover.

SB Tactical SB22
(Photo courtesy of SB Tactical)

The Takedown Kit features all the above as well as an M-Lok compatible handguard for the attachment of lights, lasers, and other accessories.


Proudly made in the United States, the SB22 accepts all standard AR15 pistol grips, and comes with the Reptilia CQG Grip.


At 15 inches long, 1.5 inches wide, and an MSRP of $124.99, the SB22 chassis turns any Ruger 22 Charger or 10/22 into the ultimate pack gun. Lightweight, durable construction, and the ability to take M1913-compatible Pistol Stabilizing Braces or rifle stocks, the SB22 is built to deliver all the performance you demand.

For more information on the SB22 and all the American-made products from SB Tactical, please visit: sb-tactical.com

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