Who makes the better laminated stocks. ( Stockeys or Boyds )
A need to know question,has any one delt with Stockeys or Boyds laminated thumb hole rifle stocks or any of there stocks. Are they good quality or junk or should i spend more money and buy from some one else. Thanks.
I don't own either of them yet but I have looked at both in the thumbhole you mentioned. Boyd's is cheaper but in my opinion the Stockey's look like a better stock. If not better at least they seem to have more features. The decelerator pad is a good one and if I do ever actually order one it will be the Bobby Hart with the aluminum bedding block. About 250 but they look great and should be worth it. I paid the same price for a Bell&Carlson thumbhole and it's completely useless if you ever use a bipod as the fore end is so flexible it hits the barrell with just the weight of the gun.
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