I have been a silent witness
to all of America's finest hours.
But my finest hour comes
when I am torn into strips and used as bandages
for my wounded comrades on the battlefield,
When I fly at half-mast to honor my soldiers,
Or when I lie in the trembling arms
of a grieving mother
at the graveside of her fallen son.
I have a couple stocks that I bought from Stocky's.Never had any problems buying from them.
Both stocks are made by Boyd's,but were a Stocky's exclusive.Boyd's doesn't make LH stocks for LH actions,but Stocky's had some made for them.
Mine were both unfinished (Their LH stocks only came unfinished),which was fine.I had to sand out the channels on both for heavy barrels.
If you need to widen the channel,the easiest/best way that I've found is to get about 1 ft of pvc pipe in the size you need,wrap with some 80 grit sandpaper and run back and forth in the barrel channel. Go slow,and check often to make sure you are staying straight with the stock.When you get close change to a finer grit,and then finish it with a grit that gives you the finish you want.
Before channel was widened-
Sanding the channel-
Boyd's makes a Thumbhole Varmint stock that is already inletted for a heavy barrel if your rifle is RH.
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i too have to give a big thumbs up to Boyd's Gunstocks. i have two of my rifles that i have restocked with their laminate stocks and they are definately top notch and decently priced. shipping was very fast as well. i will be getting another one shortly in the uture for another rifle. check them out..
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