I ordered a Boyd's Ross LH Thumbhole stock from Stocky's Stocks,and it showed up on friday.
It's funny how I can buy a LH stock for a LH action from Stocky's,but I can't get one directly from Boyd's.They only offer a LH stock for a RH action.
IMO,Boyd's sucks for this!
I wanted the Ross Varmint,but they only offered the Ross Sporter for my old staggered feed Model 12.
So going into this I knew that I'd have to open up the barrel channel for the heavy barrel that the Model 12 has.
I'm sorry that I didn't take any pics of the stock as it came.I didn't think about doing this thread until today,and I have already finished making the barrel fit into the stock.
This is a fairly simple process if you take your time,and stay centered with the stock.
I start by measuring the barrel with calipers,and then find out just how far I need to sand out the barrel chanel of the stock.
The barrel at the end of the stock was .940",so I just found a piece of 1" PVC pipe in my shop,wrapped some 100 grit sandpaper around it and went to work on the channel.
This takes some time,but you want to take a little off at one time.
You can always take more off,but it's a little hard to replace if you take too much.