MAC-22 - Ruger 10/22 Chassis - Ready Made Accessory
MAC-22 10/22 Chassis - Made to order in the USA in the color of your choice. Condition is "New". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.
This product itself is not a functioning firearm. This product is a chassis for a Ruger 10/22 charger that should be procured through all proper legal channels. None of the parts designed here can be altered to be designated as a firearm under the NFA.
This product is designed, produced and shipped from the United States.
These printed chassis systems are made to order and take 1-2 weeks to ship out from one of our local manufacturing/distribution centers.
This modification is designed to function as a charger variant with an 6" barrel.
Contact shop within 24hrs or placing the order to discuss your color choice
Color scheme is up to you and available in just about any color you can think of. Light or dark wood grain, copper, gold, silver, brass and even glow in the dark options are available. Wood grain does have actual wood in the polymer, but it definitely looks best if you are willing to take the time to apply a wood stain to it. If you apply it a little "sloppy" you can get amazing results with this.
Customization may be possible but must be discussed and approved prior to purchase and will likely incur an increased cost.
This product is an accessory for a functional firearm. If you are not legally allowed to own a firearm and you are not intending to give this as a gift to a person who is eligible to own firearms, DO NOT purchase this item as you will have no use for it.
This product is designed, sold, manufactured, and distributed by small business partners that make up the FORG3D team. Currently FORG3D has production/distribution partners across the united states. FORG3D has established, and seeks out new relationships with specialized recyclers to turn damaged products and waste material back into useable plastic to make the product all over again.
*3D Printed Product Notice*
This product is a 3D printed model and will have noticeable layer lines (we aim to reduce these lines as best as possible but they are never gone all together). These lines are a standard biproduct of the 3D printing process. You may use post-production techniques to reduce the noticeability of these lines (sanding, painting, filler, etc.) but that is not a service that we offer. Any alterations to the model or damage incurred during the alteration process will void any ability to return this product. Images provided are renderings of the model in digital space and are representative of what this product can look like after post-production alterations.
DISCLAIMER & SUGGESTED USE
*I do not take responsibility for illegal use of these products. DO NOT install this on a firearm without first understanding any governance that applies to you. Disguised weapons, AOW, SBR and other forms of licensing law may impact/forbid use of this product on a firearm.
This design does not match any current designs from gun manufacturers. Due to this we must STRONGLY ENCOURAGE that you disassemble this weapon after use to remove any increased interest in children and that you DO NOT exercise any rights you may have to bare weapons in public, with this model. We do not encourage the use of this anywhere other than a private facility dedicated to use of firearms, where it cannot be mistaken as anything other than a lethal firearm.
This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. This warning is the result of a law passed in California in 1986 known as the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforce- ment Act of 1986, commonly referred to as "Proposition 65." This warning does not mean that Robo 3D products will necessarily cause cancer or reproductive harm. Furthermore, a Proposition 65 warning does not mean a product is in violation of any product-safety standards or requirements. To the contrary, the California government has clarified that "[t]he fact that a product bears a Proposition 65 warning does not mean by itself that the product is unsafe." The California government has also explained, "You could think of Proposition 65 more as a 'right to know' law than a pure product safety law."
For more information go to https: www.p65warnings.ca.gov